THEO 201 Quiz 1

THEO 201 Quiz 1 Liberty University

  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 .

Set 2

  1. Systematic theology is based on a particular set of presuppositions.
  2. This theologian created a system of theology seen as a response to Calvinism:
  3. Which theologian referenced in this chapter wrote: “What is unique about the Bible is the resurrection of the Son of God and its claim to be actual history.
  4. Chapter 1 stated the four fold plot of Scripture is what?
  5. This theologian wrote City of God in response to Roman intellectuals attack on the Christian faith:
  6. Patristic Theology describes the theology of:
  7. The authors of the book hold which of the following beliefs about science and theology:
  8. Abraham Kuyper and Herman Bavinick are two well­known Neo­Arminian theologians.
  9. Much of the diversity in theological method throughout history derives from the theologians’ different:
  10. Which of these was not an early church father:
  11. “Core passages” of Scripture are:
  12. Hermeneutics is the theory and philosophy of interpretation.
  13. The core passage of Scripture cited by the author that relates to God’s covenant, involves God’s covenant with who?
  14. This Medieval theologian argued that faith and reason are mutually commentary.
  15. Theology is a discipline that draws from the Bible and its narrative in order to conceptualize and articulate the biblical faith in a comprehensive, well­proportioned, and unified manner for a particular cultural context.

Set 3

  1. Which of these was not an early church father:
  2. A core passage of Scripture that helps us understand the unifying theme of the Bible is found at the end of which gospel account?
  3. Patristic Theology describes the theology of:
  4. The name given to the agreements that govern our relationship to God is:
  5. Systematic theology is based on a particular set of presuppositions.
  6. This theologian created a system of theology seen as a response to Calvinism:
  7. Philosophical theology is the home environment of systematic theology.
  8. Which theologian referenced in this chapter wrote: “What is unique about the Bible is the resurrection of the Son of God and its claim to be actual history.”
  9. “Core passages” of Scripture are:
  10. Much of the diversity in theological method throughout history derives from the theologians’ different:
  11. This Southern Baptist theologian wrote Manual of Theology and Manual of Church Order.
  12. The core passage of Scripture cited by the author that relates to God’s covenant, involves God’s covenant with who?
  13. Hermeneutics is the theory and philosophy of interpretation.
  14. This Medieval theologian argued that faith and reason are mutually complementary.
  15. This theologian wrote City of God in response to Roman intellectuals attack on the Christian faith:
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