THEO 201 Quiz 4

THEO 201 Quiz 4 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. The law of God is an extension of His nature.
  2. The Bible often uses the phrase “high and exalted” in reference to God’s transcendence, but this should not be interpreted as God only being in the heavens.
  3. Which of these would  be classified as a moral/goodness attribute of God:
  4. The study of God’s nature should result in____.
  5. According to Erickson, our view of God only affects the way we construct our theology.
  6. God’s personal ___________ refers to God’s personal holiness applied to His relationships with other beings and that His actions are in accordance with His law.
  7. The word Trinity is found throughout the pages of both the Old and New Testaments.
  8. According to Erickson, God’s immanence and transcendence are not synonymous.
  9. The name of God that is best translated “I AM” and refers to the independent existence of God.
  10. God’s __________ is His absolute moral perfection.
  11. Deuteronomy 6 is a core passage of Scripture that best describes the ______________.
  12. Term used by theologians to describe the qualities that establish the nature of God in language.
  13. This theologian first held that the Trinity is defined as one substance, in three persons.
  14. Which early theologian held to an economic view of the Trinity?
  15. Erickson shared this illustration to understand both the transcendence and immanence of God to His creation.
  16. Our personal measure of holiness is best understood when contrasting ourselves with other human levels of goodness.
  17. The passage “But you remain the same, and your years will never end” best refers to which attribute of God:
  18. The Trinity supports the Old Testament’s polytheistic theological framework.
  19. Some theologians argue that ________________ is both a possible attribute and definition for God?
  20. This theologian said that the Trinity is divinely revealed, not humanly constructed.

Set 2

  1. Augustine said which of the following could help man understand the Trinity.
  2. Which early theologian held to an economic view of the Trinity?
  3. Which of the following is a core passage for understanding the trinity?
  4. God’s existence transcends this world and is dependent upon this world.
  5. Our personal measure of holiness is best understood when contrasting ourselves with other human levels of goodness.
  6. God’s personal ___________ refers to God’s personal holiness applied to His relationships with other beings and that His actions are in accordance with His law.
  7. The Bible often uses the phrase “high and exalted” in reference to God’s transcendence, but this should not be interpreted as God only being in the heavens.
  8. This core passage refers to God being a spirit, and does not possess a physical nature.
  9. When we ask the question “What is God like?”, we are talking about what theologians call His_______.
  10. The passage “But you remain the same, and your years will never end” best refers to which attribute of God:
  11. The word Trinity is found throughout the pages of both the Old and New Testaments.
  12. A good description of the Trinity could be “separate in nature, equal in person, and submissive in duties.”
  13. Which of the following are reasons to support the Biblical teaching of the Trinity?
  14. When God says “My thoughts are not your thoughts” in Isaiah 55: 8-9, this refers to man’s inability to approach God.
  15. The Knowledge of God refers to God’s complete knowledge of ____.
  16. According to Erickson, actions of any one of the persons of the Trinity are actually actions in which all three persons participate.
  17. The concept of the Trinity is found in other world religions in addition to Christianity.
  18. This theologian said that the Trinity is divinely revealed, not humanly constructed.
  19. The Bible affirms that there are three distinct God’s within the Trinity.
  20. _____________ refers to the active and present nature of God in relation to God’s creation.

Set 3

  1. Which of the following moral attributes are believers expected to emulate?
  2. is the name for God given to denote power and might, used mostly in Scripture in association with God’s creation and the Trinity.
  3. According to Erickson,because God is all powerful, there is nothing that He cannot do, including things contrary to His nature.
  4. This heresy taught the Trinity is really just three different modes that God operates in.
  5. Which of these would not be characterized as a natural attribute of God:
  6. Which of the following are reasons to support the Biblical teaching of the Trinity?
  7. According to Jeremiah 23:24, God’s immanence and transcendence are synonymous.
  8. This moral quality of God ensures that God’s actions are in accordance with the law he established.
  9. Our personal measure of holiness is best understood when contrasting ourselves with other human levels of goodness.
  10. The concept of the Trinity is found in other world religions in addition to Christianity.
  11. The study of God’s nature should result in
  12. Term used by theologians to describe the qualities that establish the nature of God in language.
  13. The name of God that is best translated “I AM” and refers to the independent existence of God.
  14. According to Erickson, actions of any one of the persons of the Trinity are actually actions in which all three persons participate.
  15. This core passage refers to God being a spirit, and does not possess a physical nature.
  16. Which early theologian held to an economic view of the Trinity?
  17. The law of God is an extension of His nature.
  18. This theologian said that the Trinity is divinely revealed, not humanly constructed.
  19. A good description of the Trinity could be “separate in nature, equal in person, and submissive in duties.”
  20. Deuteronomy 6 is a core passage of Scripture that best describes the
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