THEO 201 Quiz 1

THEO 201 Quiz 1 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. Correct doctrinal beliefs are essential to the relationship between the believer and God.
  2. _________ Theology focuses on the study of God through the use of reason and logic based on the world man experiences.
  3. ___________ Theology is the systematic and structured study of both God’s Word and God’s world.
  4. According to Erickson, when doing theology, one can simply find 21stcentury equivalents for 1st century doctrine.
  5. While the study of God’s creation can provide additional insight when doing theology, God’s Word is primarily what constitutes the content of theology.
  6. Much of the diversity in the contemporary theological environment derives from the rapidly changing ________.
  7. The study of theology is inferior to the other scientific disciplines.
  8. The word  theologycome from the words  theos meaning ______ and  logos, meaning ______.
  9. This theologian argued that theologians should correlate the permanent content of Biblical doctrine in an expression that is accessible by people today.
  10. There are ___ divisions of theology?
  11. Biblical Theology is:
  12. According to Erickson, a good example of using other sources to illuminate Biblical doctrine is ______.
  13. The term orthopraxy refers to right living produced because of right doctrine .
  14. This theological group has avoided decline due to its’ use of the Bible as being the primary source of influence.
  15. Which of the following is a study method used by a theologian to determine the meaning and use of a particular Biblical term or phrase.
  16. The Bible originated with human authors and then led to the start of the church and Christian doctrine.
  17. Erickson indicated that the permanent element of Christianity is most likely found in ____________.
  18. The study of theology is a science.
  19. Which of the following is not one of the criteria for permanence in doctrine?
  20. A tool of theology used to examine contemporary Biblical interpretation in the context of how a particular doctrine was interpreted in the past.

Set 2

  1. According to Erickson, when doing theology, one can simply find 21stcentury equivalents for 1st century doctrine.
  2. One of the more challenging types of passages from the Bible to interpret are narrative passages because they ______.
  3. Erickson indicated that the permanent element of Christianity is most likely found in ____________.
  4. The Bible originated with human authors and then led to the start of the church and Christian doctrine.
  5. A tool of theology used to examine contemporary Biblical interpretation in the context of how a particular doctrine was interpreted in the past.
  6. Our theological views affect and influence our daily decisions.
  7. ___________ Theology is the systematic and structured study of both God’s Word and God’s world.
  8. The theologian’s most pressing question when doing theology?
  9. According to Erickson, a good example of using other sources to illuminate Biblical doctrine is ______.
  10. Erickson maintains that a person must retain the essential meaning of the biblical teaching while applying it to a contemporary setting when contextualizing a Biblical concept .
  11. This theological group has avoided decline due to its’ use of the Bible as being the primary source of influence.
  12. The study of theology is inferior to the other scientific disciplines.
  13. The term orthopraxy refers to right living produced because of right doctrine .
  14. This theologian argued that theologians should correlate the permanent content of Biblical doctrine in an expression that is accessible by people today.
  15. Baptism could be used as an example for a doctrine that is intended to be applied universally.
  16. The Erickson text holds which of the following beliefs about the relationship between science and theology:
  17. The purpose of studying theology is not just to know more about God, but to learn to love God and love others in the process.
  18. The study of theology is characterized as being __________.
  19. “Correctly understood, our theological views affect our relationship(s) with __________________.
  20. Erickson used this word to describe the contextualizing the Bible’s message by only presenting Biblical concepts in Biblical terminology.

Set 3

  1. The word theology come from the words theos meaning and logos, meaning
  2. A tool of theology used to examine contemporary Biblical interpretation in the context of how a particular doctrine was interpreted in the past.
  3. Our theological views affect and influence our daily decisions.
  4. The Bible is written as a unified document and should be interpreted in light of its unified nature.
  5. Erickson maintains that a person must retain the essential meaning of the biblical teaching while applying it to a contemporary setting when contextualizing a Biblical concept.
  6. Theology is an independent endeavor that primarily begins and ends with one’s personal interpretation of a particular doctrine.
  7. Erickson indicated that the permanent element of Christianity is most likely found in
  8. The study of theology is characterized as being
  9. The dimension of “height” referring to the different levels of complexity that a doctrinal truth can be presented is related to the term
  10. While the study of God’s creation can provide additional insight when doing theology, God’s Word is primarily what constitutes the content of theology.
  11. Much of the diversity in the contemporary theological environment derives from the rapidly changing
  12. The theologian’s most pressing question when doing theology?
  13. This theologian argued that the permanent nature should be found in the doctrines of Scripture and lived out in our lives.
  14. The study of theology is a science.
  15. According to Erickson, when doing theology, one can simply find 21stcentury equivalents for 1st century doctrine.
  16. There are ___ divisions of theology?
  17. Both texts share that every person has thoughts about God, but to arrive at correct understanding of God, one must correctly study and apply theology.
  18. Correct doctrinal beliefs are essential to the relationship between the believer and God.
  19. The study of theology is inferior to the other scientific disciplines.
  20. The term orthodoxy means right action produced because of right doctrine .
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