THEO 201 Quiz 5

THEO 201 Quiz 5 Liberty University

  1. God Himself can be considered a victim of sin and evil.
  2. Christianity and Hinduism share the same approach to the origin of the world and humanity.
  3. Though angels are spirit beings, they do not have more power and intelligence than humanity. They are merely glorified human beings
  4. According to Erickson, foreknowledge is best defined as
  5. The ultimate purpose of God’s divine plan is His
  6. According to the creation narrative, everything that was created in God’s original creative acts were not intrinsically evil.
  7. Paul uses this illustration to convey the work and plan of God in our world.
  8. God’s preservation is means that God will always keep a believer from danger and trial.
  9. Only God the Father was responsible for the creative acts in Genesis.
  10. is God maintaining his creation, protecting his creation, and his provision for its needs.
  11. The creation of angels are mentioned in the biblical creation account.
  12. The problem of evil refers to the question of why God does not prevent or remove evil from His creation.
  13. This view would describe the relationship between God’s Plan and human action as God has determined and pre-decided how human will act.
  14. “Ex nihilo” is the Latin term meaning “out of nothing” or without pre- existing materials.
  15. Erickson says that “predestinate” and “foreordain” are synonymous terms related to the plan of God.
  16. Which of the following is not described in the Bible as a work of the angels?
  17. Which New Testament writer wrote about God’s providence in “all things work for good of those love God and called according to His purpose”?
  18. Which of the following is considered a wrong view of preservation.
  19. This philosopher answered the problem of evil by suggesting that evil is not reality, and that everything is one substance.
  20. According to Erickson, the plan of God does not force humans to act in particular ways, but renders it certain that they will freelyact in those ways.

Set 2

1. Which theologian of the Early Church refuted the platonic notion that the world was created from preexistent matter?
2. This theory of creation proposes the structure of the earth was changed by a catastrophic event to which accounts for the appearance of age in the earth.
3. In the Enchiridion, this theologian addressed the problem of evil:
4. Which New Testament writer wrote about God’s providence in “all things work for good of those love God and called according to His purpose”?
5. This theologian proposed the “gap theory.”
6. The work of Charles Darwin left room for God in the process of creation.
7. The book of Exodus reaffirms that God created the world in six days.
8. The verse affirms God as the creator of all things saying “the heavens declare the glory of God, the skies proclaim His handiwork” appears in which book?
9. This theologian believed there is no such thing as fortune or chance, not even when it comes to the fact that some are more privileged than others, we can be sure that “nothing takes place by chance.”
10. This theory of creation proposes a literary rather than literal reading of Genesis.
11. Apologist Justin Martyr defended God as creator in his work Against Heresies.
12. God shows Himself powerfully in control of history when ___________ brothers sell him into slavery.
13. God made humans on which day of creation?
14. Origen did not believe in a literal interpretation of Genesis.
15. James Arminius attempted to hold to the Reformed doctrine of providence while also arguing for the free will of the individual to choose his own course of action in every situation.

Set 3

  1. The work of Charles Darwin left room for God in the process of creation.
  2. God made humans on which day of creation?
  3. In the Enchiridion, this theologian addressed the problem of evil:
  4. Apologist Irenaeus defended God as creator in his work Against Heresies.
  5. Which New Testament writer wrote about God’s providence in “all things work for good of those love God and called according to His purpose”?
  6. Which theologian of the Early Church refuted the platonic notion that the world was created from preexistent matter?
  7. This theory of creation proposes a literary rather than literal reading of Genesis.
  8. The book of Exodus reaffirms that God created the world in six days.
  9. This theologian believed there is no such thing as fortune or chance, not even when it comes to the fact that some are more privileged than others, we can be sure that “nothing takes place by chance.”
  10. James Arminius attempted to hold to the Reformed doctrine of providence while also arguing for the free will of the individual to choose his own course of action in every situation.
  11. This theory of creation proposes there was an extensive period of time between the first two verses of Genesis.
  12. This theory of creation proposes the structure of the earth was changed by a catastrophic event to which accounts for the appearance of age in the earth.
  13. This theologian proposed the “gap theory.”
  14. We should look to what the Bible says before science and philosophy with regard to the origin of the world.
  15. God shows Himself powerfully in control of history when ___________ brothers sell him into slavery.
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