THEO 313 Quiz 1

THEO 313 Quiz 1 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. Considering the conflict between orthodoxy and modern liberalism, one factor was a
    shift from a priori to a posteriori method which was a change of acquiring and
    interpreting knowledge from consideration of principles to formulating knowledge by
    induction based on all the available facts.
  2. According to John 1:1-18, the logoswas already present at the creation (“in the beginning”
    relates to Genesis 1:1).
  3. According to John 1:1-18, the logoswas already present at the creation (“in the beginning”
    relates to Genesis 1:1).
  4. The approach of demythologizing Scripture by ________________ was an attempt
    to get behind the mythological conceptions to arrive at their deeper meaning.
  5. Christian exclusivism does not mean that Jesus Christ is the only
  6. Runzo said that sophisticated _______________ hold “that there is only One Ultimate
    Reality, but that Ultimate Reality is properly, though only partially, understood in different
  7. Runzo said that sophisticated _______________ hold “that there is only One Ultimate
    Reality, but that Ultimate Reality is properly, though only partially, understood in different
  8. From all eternity God is not conditioned by anything other than himself contrary to his
    purposes means that God is ___________.
  9. Demarest concluded that general revelation thus performs the function of rendering
    man judicially accountable before God.
  10. The conflict between orthodoxy and modern liberalism had many causes.  John S. Lawton
    traces it first to a shift from a priori to a posteriori method, that is, a change of acquiring
    and interpreting knowledge from consideration of principles to formulating knowledge by
    an induction based upon all the facts which could be obtained, an approach in keeping with
    the modern emphasis on science.

Set 2

  1. Runzo said that sophisticated _______________ hold “that there is only One Ultimate Reality, but that Ultimate Reality is properly, though only partially, understood in different ways.”
  2. Considering the conflict between orthodoxy and modern liberalism, one factor was a shift from a priori to a posteriori method which was a change of acquiring and interpreting knowledge from consideration of principles to formulating knowledge by induction based on all the available facts.
  3. The ___________ of God’s character means that God never loses his own integrity or lets others down. He “does not change like shifting shadows” (James 1:17)
  4. Demarest concluded that general revelation thus performs the function of rendering man judicially accountable before God
  5. The allegorical approach to biblical revelation, which characterized the Alexandrian school, had its counterpart in the later philosophy of _____________ who regarded the biblical record as presenting concepts which belong to the Christian faith in
  6. The conflict between orthodoxy and modern liberalism had many causes. John S. Lawton traces it first to a shift from a priori to a posteriori method, that is, a change of acquiring and interpreting knowledge from consideration of principles to formulating knowledge by an induction based upon all the facts which could be obtained, an approach in keeping with the modern emphasis
  7. Neoorthodox theologians tend to emphasize contemporary experience rather than historic revelation as embodied in Scripture.
  8. Christian exclusivism does not mean that Jesus Christ is the only
  9. According to John 1:1-18, the logos was already present at the creation (“in the beginning” relates to Genesis 1:1).
  10. The approach of demythologizing Scripture by ________________ was an attempt to get behind the mythological conceptions to arrive at their deeper meaning.
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