THEO 104 Quiz Study of Humanity

THEO 104 Quiz: Introduction to the Study of Humanity and Sin

  1. Though we often think about what we want to be when we grow up, we are not nearly as reflective on who we are now.
  2. From what passage of Scripture do humans ascribe their meaning and purpose in life?
  3. The Christian idea of vocation (or calling) is born out of the conceptualization of humanity placed within the world. For example, in Genesis 2:15, Adam was given the responsibility of working in and watching over the sacred space God had given him.
  4. Even though vocations are instituted by God, they are not a relevant platform through which to love others and serve God.
  5. Unlike the rest of the creation account, human creation was not a divine act.
  6. What passage of Scripture discusses the creation of man in the image of God?
  7. What is the goal for humanity in Christian teaching concerning the image of God?
  8. The image of God was lost at the fall.
  9. The concept of the image of God in humanity is a theme that stretches across the entire Old Testament only.
  10. Which of the following is(are) aspects of being made in the image of God?
  11. Which of the following do Christian theologians believe to be true about humanity’s makeup?
  12. The most popular word for sin in the Bible is the word, hamartia, which means to “offend God.”
  13. Which of the following is NOT a reason why humans possess an immaterial aspect?
  14. The Christian is to accept reductionism and focus strongly on the soul, not the body.
  15. Though many people downplay the existence of a soul, the arts, which appeal to areas of life greater than biological impulses, are important parts to every culture.
  16. The New Testament does not arm that the Genesis account of the fall has lasting consequences.
  17. From birth, mankind has a sin condition that can only be resolved through the grace of God.
  18. Which passage in the New Testament arms that the sin of Adam has affected all mankind?
  19. The Bible gives a narrative explaining the beauty and dignity of humanity, but does not address the struggle and ugliness that is all too much a part of the human experience.
  20. According to Romans 6:1-14, human beings are born as slaves to sin.
  21. Sin is anything that removes God from his proper place in our lives.
  22. Which form of sin was specifically common in the Old Testament period?
  23. Some people have claimed that sin is just a Christian teaching to repress an individual’s expression of what they feel is right to do.
  24. Which of the following constitutes sin?
  25. What is temptation?
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