THEO 201 Quiz 3

THEO 201 Quiz 3 Liberty University

  1. Difficulties in explaining the Biblical text should first indicate the probability in Scriptural error to the interpreter.
  2. The theory that teaches that God gave the words of Scripture much like a boss would dictate a letter to an administrative assistant is known as
  3. Which of the following evidences the truthfulness of God’s character in His revelation through Scripture?
  4. Which of the following is not one of the three main criteria used for determining the New Testament canon?
  5. According to Erickson, reason does not have a place in interpreting Scripture.
  6. Refers to the discipline of analyzing the manuscripts of Scripture to insure its’ accuracy to the original inspired autographs.
  7. Which of the following is not one of three main sections of the Old Testament discussed in the textbook?
  8. All of the books except for ________ appear among the copies of the Dead Sea Scrolls.
  9. The earliest council to recognize the canon of the New Testament was the Council of Carthage in 397.
  10. The theory that teaches that God inspired the words of Scripture, yet directed the writer’s thoughts in word choice.
  11. According to Erickson, the reporting of false statements by ungodly persons should be considered true for the Bible to be inerrant.
  12. Which of the following is not one of the three important implications that Millard Erickson considers concerning the inspiration and inerrancy of Scripture.
  13. Because the Bible is God’s Word, it carries the same weight as if God was speaking to us directly.
  14. According to Erickson, the term “inerrancy” is a more complete term than accuracy.
  15. Conception of Inerrancy that holds that the Bible isn’t intended to be a science or history textbook, though all its’ assertions on such subjects are true.
  16. The Chicago Statement of Inerrancy is one of the most thorough treatments of the doctrine of inerrancy.
  17. Refers to the influence of the Holy Spirit on the human writers of Scripture.
  18. Refers to the Holy Spirit’s role in a person’s comprehension of the Word of God.
  19. The earliest evidence that we have suggests the Old Testament was accepted as the Words of God as early as 500 years after it’s’ completion.
  20. The Gospels of the New Testament are eyewitness accounts of the ministry of Jesus written just a few decades after Jesus’ earthly ministry.

Set 2

1. Who is the author of the Bible?
2. Which of the following is not a stage of special revelation according to Chapter 3:
3. Who wrote the first letter we know of containing the full 27 books of the New Testament?
4. Which of the following is not a language used by the biblical authors:
5. This view emphasizes how God dictated the Scriptures to human writers.
6. People began to seriously doubt the Bible’s trustworthiness during which philosophical movement:
7. Where did Jesus explain to His disciples the unity of Scripture “beginning with Moses and all the Prophets, explaining to them what was said in all the Scriptures concerning Himself?
8. Revelation exists so people can:
9. The concursive approach to inspiration attempts to take into account the __________ factors in the inspiration of the Bible.
10. This approach claims the human authors were enabled to express themselves with eloquent language to produce a certain emotional response from the readers or hearers.
11. This view of inspiration seeks to emphasize a combination of divine and human elements in the process of inspiration.
12. is the science of determining the truest reading of a biblical passage by comparing one historical text with another historical text.
13. What does it mean to say the Bible includes phenomenological language?
14. This view states that, in regard to its composition, the Bible differs little from other books but is yet unique because of the Spirit’s ability to use it as a means of revelation to specific individuals or communities.
15. Which is an example of special revelation?

Set 3

  1. True/False: Augustine affirmed that all of Scripture was true, including miraculous events.
  2. Which is the apex of God’s special revelation?
  3. Where did Jesus explain to His disciples the unity of Scripture “beginning with Moses and all the Prophets, explaining to them what was said in all the Scriptures concerning Himself?”
  4. What does it mean to say the Bible includes phenomenological language?
  5. Special revelation includes not only those acts in history but also the prophetic‐apostolic interpretation of those events, meaning that revelation occurs in deeds and words.
  6. This approach claims the human authors were enabled to express themselves with eloquent language to produce a certain emotional response from the readers or hearers.
  7. Who is the author of the Bible?
  8. Who wrote the first letter we know of containing the full 27 books of the New Testament?
  9. Which of the following is not a stage of special revelation according to Chapter 3:
  10. This view states that, in regard to its composition, the Bible differs little from other books but is yet unique because of the Spirit’s ability to use it as a means of revelation to specific individuals or communities.
  11. Which theologian said about the Bible: “The New Testament is in the Old contained; the Old is in the new explained.”
  12. The reason the canon of Scripture was fixed came largely as a result of the church’s need to counter the heresies of Marcionism and Montanism.
  13. This view emphasizes how God dictated the Scriptures to human writers.
  14. This view of inspiration seeks to emphasize a combination of divine and human elements in the process of inspiration.
  15. The concursive approach to inspiration attempts to take into account the __________ factors in the inspiration of the Bible.
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