THEO 350 Exam 2

Liberty THEO 350 Exam 2 Answers

Set 1

  1. The Catholic Church responded to Martin Luther’s claim that man was justified by grace alone during the Council of Trent. At this council, Luther’s claim that the “impious are justified by faith alone” was condemned as “anathema.”
  2. The restoration view of Genesis 1 approaches the Hebrew word yom as referring to a literal 24 hour day.
  3. The day­age view of Genesis 1 is also known in popular circles as the “gap theory”.
  4. The spiritual presence view teaches that Paul’s warning to not partake of the elements in an “unworthy manner” only makes sense if there is an actual spiritual presence working in conjunction with the elements themselves.
  5. The memorial view understands the words of Jesus in the institution of the Lord’s Supper to be largely metaphorical; he was essentially saying, “The bread and the wine representmy body and blood”, not that they “are my body and blood.”
  6. Once the church adopted sacramentalism as a matter of standard practice, it was able to control the spiritual and political aspects of life in the Roman Empire.
  7. Which view of sanctification places its primary exegetical support upon Romans 6­8?
  8. For inerrantists, the argument from epistemology asks the question, “Who determines what in the Bible is inerrant and what is not inerrant if the Bible is not indeed inerrant in all things?”
  9. According to proponents of believer’s baptism, the Bible contains no explicit references to infants ever being baptized.
  10. The “spiritual presence” view of the Lord’s Supper is also known as transubstantiation. This is the view of the Roman Catholic Church.
  11. The young earth view and the day­age view are more concerned about the meansof creation than they are about the chronological time required for creation.
  12. Inerrantists believe that the New Testament itself supports the inerrantist position, but concede that the Old Testament is silent on the matter.
  13. Which of the following views places the highest ethical degree of importance upon what humans are in the Imago Dei as opposed to what they do in the Imago Dei?
  14. Match the following views with their corresponding definitions.
  • The Lutheran view of sanctification
  • The reformed View of Sanctification
  • The Keswick View
  • The Wesleyan View
  1. In referring to the elements of the Lord’s Supper,transubstantiation is the doctrine that holds that the elements of the Supper are changed in substance (but not in appearance) to the “very body and blood of Christ.”
  2. As sacramentalism grew in the centuries following Christ, churches who embraced the merits of the sacrament practiced infant baptism, but never infant Communion.
  3. According to the spiritual presence proponents, the memorial view of the Lord’s Supper has no clear precedent before the sixteenth century.
  4. According to Lutzer, in the years following the “conversion” of Constantine, infant baptism became the link through which the church and the state were united.
  5. When inerrantists respond to the alleged errors in the Bible by noting that the language of Scripture is often phenomenological, they mean that:
  6. Proponents of believer’s baptism usually do concede that when the New Testament references the baptism of entire households, this must have on occasion included the baptism of infants.
  7. Sacerdotalism is the technical term used to refer to the exaltation of the priest as the one who has power to dispense and withhold grace through the choice administration of the sacraments.
  8. Roman Catholics argue that because Christ often quotes from the Apocrypha, that this fact justifies its inclusion into canonical scripture.
  9. What view of sanctification understands the “love of God” to be the proper object of sanctification?
  10. Paedobaptists appeal to the continuity between circumcision and baptism as a supporting argument for infant baptism.
  11. Which view understands the pronouns in the statement, ‘Let us make man in our image,” as referring to God and the angels?

Set 2

  1. There is no evidence among the apostolic fathers of sacramentalism. This did not occur until the time of Constantine.
  2. According to the literary framework view of Genesis 1, the intended purpose of the author is to tell his readerswho the Creator is, not exactly how he created.
  3. According to the spiritual presence proponents, the memorial view of the Lord’s Supper has no clear precedent before the sixteenth century.
  4. The Roman Catholic Church has an additional 11 books recognized as canonical and inserted between the Old and New Testaments (plus 4 books added to others in the Old Testament). These 15 books are known as the Apocrypha.
  5. According to inerrantists, the inerrancy of the Bible applies only to the original manuscripts (autographs), not to later copies of these manuscripts.
  6. According to Lutzer, in the years following the “conversion” of Constantine, infant baptism became the link through which the church and the state were united.
  7. As sacramentalism grew in the centuries following Christ, churches who embraced the merits of the sacrament practiced infant baptism, but never infant Communion.
  8. The substantival view of theimago Dei is the view least supported by church tradition, but it is the most popular view today.
  9. Which view depends upon a trinitarian interpretation of the pronouns in the statement, “Let us make man in our image?”
  10. According to proponents of believer’s baptism, the Bible contains no explicit references to infants ever being baptized.
  11. Infallibilists agree that the biblical authors presupposed a premodern view of the world, and thus these premodern perceptions recorded in Scripture are not technically accurate.
  12. Which view understands the pronouns in the statement, ‘Let us make man in our image,” as referring to God and the angels?
  13. The spiritual presence view teaches that Paul’s warning to not partake of the elements in an “unworthy manner” only makes sense if there is an actual spiritual presence working in conjunction with the elements themselves.
  14. When inerrantists respond to the alleged errors in the Bible by noting that the language of Scripture is often phenomenological, they mean that:
  15. The institution of the work week in the Law of Moses (Exodus 20:8­11) argues strongly in favor of the day­age view of creation.
  16. In the Roman Catholic Mass, the officially endorsed position is that Christ is repeatedly sacrificed through the Mass.
  17. The Catholic Church responded to Martin Luther’s claim that man was justified by grace alone during the Council of Trent. At this council, Luther’s claim that the “impious are justified by faith alone” was condemned as “anathema.”
  18. Which view of sanctification places its primary exegetical support upon Romans 6­8?
  19. At the Council of Trent, the Roman Catholic Church denounced transubstantiation as a Protestant heresy.
  20. Inerrantists believe that the New Testament itself supports the inerrantist position, but concede that the Old Testament is silent on the matter.
  21. The young earth view and the day­age view are more concerned about the meansof creation than they are about the chronological time required for creation.
  22. Paedobaptists appeal to the continuity between circumcision and baptism as a supporting argument for infant baptism.
  23. What view of sanctification understands the “love of God” to be the proper object of sanctification?
  24. According to the inerrantist position, one cannot find a Christian theologian before the modern period (seventeenth century) who claimed that the Bible makes mistakes (assuming that it is properly understood).
  25. Roman Catholics argue that because Christ often quotes from the Apocrypha, that this fact justifies its inclusion into canonical scripture.
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