THEO 201 Quiz 2

THEO 201 Quiz 2 Liberty University

  1. The human conscience would be used as proof for the existence of God in the following argument.
  2. The observed order, design, and purpose in our world would be used as support for the following argument for the existence of God.
  3. An argument that would say the human understanding of “right and wrong” is support for the existence of God.
  4. Special revelation refers to God’s manifestation of Himself to the world through nature and history.”
  5. General revelation is sufficient to save a person.
  6. According to Erickson, special revelation of God is necessary because
  7. Jesus Christ is an example of which style of special revelation?
  8. According to Erickson, natural theology seeks to construct a valid theological framework through the study of nature, history, and human personality.
  9. General and special revelations are the two categories of revelation in which God shows himself to man.
  10. The Bible teaches us that there is both general revelation and special revelation.
  11. An Old Testament passage of Scripture cited by Erickson that share God’s witness to all persons through the cosmos.
  12. General revelation builds evangelistic bridges from Christianity to other world religions. IBD – 26
  13. This Reformation Theologian used the images “spectacles” to explain his theology.
  14. According to Erickson, which of the following is not one of the modes of special revelation?
  15. Which apostle confronts philosophers and points them to the gospel using general revelation in the City of Athens?
  16. A core passage of Scripture that reveals knowledge of God is available through the experience of God’s created order.
  17. According Erickson, neo-orthodoxy is an incorrect view of special revelation.
  18. John Calvin only supported special revelation, not general revelation.
  19. Understanding the concept of General revelation is important today because:
  20. Reason involves which of the following as it relates to the human and truth

Set 2

1. John Calvin saw general revelation as an extension of his doctrine of providence.
2. General revelation was often engaged in terms of orthodox Christian response to heretical movements within the church.
3. Which Old Testament Book includes a core passage of God revealing Himself from a whirlwind?
4. This Early Church Father viewed the material cosmos as the “afterbirth” of the creation:
5. General revelation is the self­disclosure of God to all rational being.
6. Which apostle confronts philosophers and points them to the gospel using general revelation in the City of Athens?
7. Anselm of Canterbury believed humans could prove the necessary existence of a deity through reason.
8. This Early Church Father used natural revelation to confronted Macionite and Gnostic heresies:
9. True/False: Natural revelation builds evangelistic bridges from Christianity to other world religions.
10. Natural revelation is most clearly seen in human creatures in:
11. Augustine saw the polytheistic religions in the Roman Empire around him as a manifestation, however darkened, of general revelation.
12. This Reformation theologian called the universe God’s theatre:
13. Which Psalm begins with an account of nature declaring the glory of God?
14. Apologetic claims must value _______ above all else in apologetic conversations.
15. This Early Church Father used natural revelation to speak out against Manichean dualism and neoplatonic mysticism:

Set 3

  1. This Early Church Father used natural revelation to speak out against Manichean dualism and neoplatonic mysticism:
  2. Which Old Testament Book includes a core passage of God revealing Himself from a whirlwind?
  3. Augustine saw the polytheistic religions in the Roman Empire around him as a manifestation, however darkened, of general revelation.
  4. Which Psalm begins with an account of nature declaring the glory of God?
  5. Apologetic claims must value _______ above all else in apologetic conversations.
  6. This Early Church Father used natural revelation to confronted Macionite and Gnostic heresies:
  7. General revelation was often engaged in terms of orthodox Christian response to heretical movements within the church.
  8. John Calvin saw general revelation as an extension of his doctrine of providence.
  9. Anselm of Canterbury believed humans could prove the necessary existence of a deity through reason.
  10. This Early Church Father viewed the material cosmos as the “afterbirth” of the creation:
  11. Modern evangelism theologians most closely relate natural revelation to which discipline:
  12. Which gospel begins with a prolonged statement about general revelation?
  13. The Prophets, like Jeremiah, urged the people to see the goodness of God in the natural order of the world.
  14. This Reformation theologian called the universe God’s theatre:
  15. General revelation is the self‐disclosure of God to all rational being.
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