THEO 201 Quiz 6

THEO 201 Quiz 6 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. God the Son has always existed.
  2. The only reason that Jesus was crucified was due to the charges of breaking the Sabbath.
  3. What is the term used to describe the doctrine that God the Son took on flesh and became a man?
  4. This Christological heresy taught Jesus only appeared to have a real physical body.
  5. Though Jesus was fully God, he needed food, water, and nourishment to grow and care for his body during his earthly ministry.
  6. This apostle opened his gospel by describing Jesus as being God with us and dwelling among us.
  7. Rejected the idea of two natures and that held that Jesus went from two natures to one nature after the virgin birth.
  8. This Christological heresy taught Jesus was deity in soul and human in body.
  9. Arius was condemned at the Council of Nicaea in 325.
  10. Which of the following is not one of Jesus’ claims to be deity?
  11. The Greek term the New Testament writers often used to describe Jesus, particularly after His ascension.
  12. This creed affirms that Jesus has the same nature or essence as God the Father and the same nature as humanity.
  13. Islam holds that Jesus was God, but did not die on the cross, instead another person took his place.
  14. This Christological heresy held that Jesus became God at his baptism.
  15. This characteristic was recognized by first-century Jewish religious authorities as a sign of deity.
  16. The humanity of Jesus is not as important as the deity of Christ.
  17. While Jesus claimed to be God, he did not predict his death and resurrection.
  18. Scripture seems to support that sin is passed from the father.
  19. According to Erickson, this essence of the person of Jesus enables Jesus to best be a believer’s intercessor.
  20. When did the incarnation begin?

Set 2

  1. The apostles Matthew and John open their gospels with a genealogy of Jesus to show the fulfillment of prophecy from the Old Testament.
  2. Erickson refers to Jesus having the nature of God and the nature of man in one person, rather than two natures fused to make a third nature in one person, which is called Eutychianism.
  3. Kenosis is used to describe what?
  4. When did the incarnation begin?
  5. What is the term used to describe the doctrine that God the Son took on flesh and became a man?
  6. Which religion considers Jesus to be divine, but does not affirm the Trinity and believes that Jesus was created at a point in time.
  7. This apostle opened his gospel by describing Jesus as being God with us and dwelling among us.
  8. This theologian sees that the resurrection should be understood from the historical traditions of which it is a part.
  9. This Christological heresy claimed that Jesus exchanged his attributes of deity for his human qualities.
  10. This Christological heresy taught Jesus was deity in soul and human in body.
  11. This creed affirms that Jesus has the same nature or essence as God the Father and the same nature as humanity.
  12. One argument supporting the deity of Christ was that the apostles were willing to die for the belief that Jesus was indeed God.
  13. The Greek term the New Testament writers often used to describe Jesus, particularly after His ascension.
  14. The incarnation was more an addition of human attributes than a loss of divine attributes.
  15. God the Son has always existed.
  16. According to CS Lewis, there are three possibilities for the identity of Jesus Christ: good teacher, prophet, or God.
  17. The Etzel and Small text refers to Colossians 1 as an early confession of the Deity of Christ.
  18. In what Gospel does Erickson see as giving the clearest and most direct declaration of the deity of Christ?
  19. We know that Jesus is God because…
  20. Arius was condemned at the Council of Nicaea in 325.

Set 3

  1. Which New Testament Letter teaches that Jesus is the God of revelation and superior to all other created beings?
  2. This council focused on the deity of Christ.
  3. Arius was condemned at the Council of Nicea in 325.
  4. Kenosis is used to describe what?
  5. God the Son has always existed.
  6. In what Gospel does Erickson see as giving the clearest and most direct declaration of the deity of Christ?
  7. While Jesus claimed to be God, he did not predict his death and resurrection.
  8. The Greek term the New Testament writers often used to describe Jesus, particularly after His ascension.
  9. This Christological heresy taught Jesus only appeared to have a real physical body.
  10. Jesus always described himself in a singular manner to God the Father.
  11. Though Jesus was fully God, he needed food, water, and nourishment to grow and care for his body during his earthly ministry.
  12. Islam holds that Jesus was God, but did not die on the cross, instead another person took his place.
  13. Which religion considers Jesus to be divine, but does not affirm the Trinity and believes that Jesus was created at a point in time.
  14. This creed affirms that Jesus has the same nature or essence as God the Father and the same nature as humanity.
  15. This Christological heresy held that Jesus became God at his baptism.
  16. The only reason that Jesus was crucified was due to the charges of breaking the Sabbath.
  17. The earliest confessions of the deity of Christ were written by the Apostle Paul.
  18. According to Erickson, Jesus is fully God and fully human in one nature.
  19. This characteristic was recognized by first-century Jewish religious authorities as a sign of deity.
  20. What is the term used to describe the doctrine that God the Son took on flesh and became a man?
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