THEO 201 Quiz 8

THEO 201 Quiz 8 Liberty University

  1. The first direct reference of the Holy Spirit is in Genesis 3.
  2. What passage of Scripture reveals the eternal nature of the Holy Spirit?
  3. made popular a heresy that views God as not completely knowing the future, which answers the problem of evil.
  4. This passage best refers to the work of the Holy Spirit in the inspiration of Scripture.
  5. 1 Corinthians 12 contains a list of fruit of the Spirit that identify how the Holy Spirit can empower believers for the work of God.
  6. teaches that all religions are saying essentially the same thing and are alternate routes to the same destination.
  7. According to Erickson, the Christian should know and understand that there is a spiritual battle taking place around them, but that the believer should not have an unhealthy interest in demon spirit beings.
  8. While Jesus is both deity and person, the Holy Spirit is only deity.
  9. In the Old Testament, the Holy Spirit is described as having which of the following works.
  10. According to the author’s the work of the Holy Spirit is both the most prominent and least understood member of the Trinity.
  11. The most prominent word in the Bible for spiritual gifts is the word charisma.
  12. Sanctification means
  13. There are 3 tenses to sanctification in the life of the believer, salvation, present life, and future glorification.
  14. The Holy Spirit only intercedes on the behalf of some Christians.
  15. The Neo-Pentacostalism refers to the earliest prominent group of the Charismatic movement in church history.
  16. In this gospel, Jesus predicted that the Holy Spirit would replace him on earth and carry on his role.
  17. It appears that during Jesus’s earthly ministry, the Holy Spirit’s presence grew in Jesus’s life.
  18. According to Erickson, the Old Testament title “Spirit of God” is synonymous with the “Holy Spirit.”
  19. Cessationists or “noncharismatics” believe the sign gifts were originally intended to authenticate the ministry of the apostles and first Christians, but once the canon of Scripture was established, the sign gifts were no longer necessary.
  20. The Holy Spirit gives gifts to various leaders in the Old Testament such as craftsmanship, prophecy, and leadership.

Set 2

1. This New Testament writer frequently contrasts the spirit and flesh.
2. In the writings of John, the Holy Spirit is seen as giving assurance of salvation to believers.
3. Among the prophets, the Spirit is clearly related to what?
4. Clement of Rome and Ignatius of Antioch believed their letters to churches were inspired by the Holy Spirit.
5. In which gospel does Jesus breathe the Holy Spirit onto His disciples?
6. The writing of James considers the Holy Spirit the agent of revelation.
7. Which of the following New Testament charters are not seen interacting with the Holy Spirit?
8. Who argued for a baptismal formula of identification with the Father, Son, and Spirit?
9. The word translated “spirit” from Hebrew and Greek are words that sound like air in motion.
10. Which New Testament Book features baptism “with” or “in” the Holy Spirit?
11. Basil of Caesarea defended the divinity of the Spirit from a liturgical perspective.
12. Peter’s sermon at Pentecost fulfills a prophecy by whom?
13. The first direct reference of the Holy Spirit is in Genesis 3.
14. The doctrine of the Holy Spirit is also known as:
15. In the prophets, the Holy Spirit sometimes physically transports a prophet to another location

Set 3

  1. People of the reformed and Baptist tradition teach that baptism of the Holy Spirit is a second experience after salvation.
  2. In the prophets, the Holy Spirit sometimes physically transports a prophet to another location.
  3. Basil of Caesarea defended the divinity of the Spirit from a liturgical perspective.
  4. Clement of Rome and Ignatius of Antioch believed their letters to churches were inspired by the Holy Spirit.
  5. The first direct reference of the Holy Spirit is in Genesis 3.
  6. Most references to the word “spirit” in Proverbs refer to the Holy Spirit.
  7. This New Testament writer frequently contrasts the spirit and flesh.
  8. Peter’s sermon at Pentecost fulfills a prophecy by whom?
  9. In which gospel does Jesus breathe the Holy Spirit onto His disciples?
  10. Which of the following New Testament charters are not seen interacting with the Holy Spirit?
  11. In the writings of John, the Holy Spirit is seen as giving assurance of salvation to believers.
  12. Among the prophets, the Spirit is clearly related to what?
  13. “Blaspheming” or “speaking against” the Holy Spirit is the unforgiveable sin.
  14. The writing of James considers the Holy Spirit the agent of revelation.
  15. Arius denied the divinity of the Holy Spirit.
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