THEO 360 Exam 2

THEO 360 Exam 2 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. Redemption is God’s act of rescuing his people from an alien power and giving them freedom so they can live as his people.
  2. Biblical symbols are given to us to show us to shape our understanding of how we are supposed to live.
  3. Which of the following is NOT one of the four words that summarizes the Bible’s plot?
  4. The tree God planted in the garden grows into a symbol of the redeemed nation of Israel.
  5. Systematic theology is simply a summarization in an orderly and comprehensive manner of what the whole Bible has to say about a topic.
  6. One of the 5 characteristics of Scripture is the center: God’s glory in salvation through judgment.
  7. Biblical and systematic theology are related through a common trajectory of authority.
  8. One of the clearest gospel expressions is found in Romans 1:1-4.
  9. According Hamilton, God built the earth as his temple.
  10. We are the main characters of the Bible’s big story.
  11. Hamilton calls promises that God made about the coming Redeemer gold coins.
  12. Which of the following is the basic method of exegesis for determining an author’s original intent.
  13. In the book of Joshua, the power of God subdues the opposition to the fulfillment of his promises.
  14. Biblical theology focusses on the sixty-six books of the Bible, the finished product, according to Lawrence.
  15. Biblical “types” are just like fables.
  16. Typological foreshadowing involves which of the following?
  17. According to Hamilton, how many episodes in the Bible’s plot?
  18. Thinking theologically requires us to understand three aspects of doctrine: biblical knowledge, personal knowledge, and situational knowledge.
  19. The sin of mankind has resulted in the confusion of all relationships between God and the creation, and within the creation.
  20. Symbols are used to summarize big ideas in pictures that the biblical authors intended for their audience to understand.
  21. John Piper has motivated a new generation of missionaries by using inspiring stories of heroic sacrifice.
  22. There were two important words used for the first time in the Noah narrative: judgment and salvation.
  23. Biblical theology attempts to demonstrate that the Scriptures are a single story, a unified narrative that conveys a coherent and consistent message.
  24. What you and I do in response to the gospel is not itself the gospel.
  25. Which of the following covenant gave the nation of Israel responsibility to reflect God’s glory particularly to the King?

Set 2

  1. One of the 5 characteristics of Scripture is the center: God’s glory in salvation through judgment.
  2. One of the clearest gospel expressions is found in Romans 1:1-4.
  3. Symbols are used to summarize big ideas in pictures that the biblical authors intended for their audience to understand.
  4. Thinking theologically requires us to understand three aspects of doctrine: biblical knowledge, personal knowledge, and situational knowledge.
  5. There were two important words used for the first time in the Noah narrative: judgment and salvation.
  6. Typological foreshadowing involves which of the following?
  7. Biblical theology focusses on the sixty-six books of the Bible, the finished product, according to Lawrence.
  8. What you and I do in response to the gospel is not itself the gospel.
  9. The sin of mankind has resulted in the confusion of all relationships between God and the creation, and within the creation.
  10. Biblical and systematic theology are related through a common trajectory of authority.
  11. Biblical “types” are just like fables.
  12. According Hamilton, God built the earth as his temple.
  13. Which of the following covenant gave the nation of Israel responsibility to reflect God’s glory particularly to the King?
  14. John Piper has motivated a new generation of missionaries by using inspiring stories of heroic sacrifice.
  15. Biblical theology attempts to demonstrate that the Scriptures are a single story, a unified narrative that conveys a coherent and consistent message.
  16. Which of the following is the basic method of exegesis for determining an author’s original intent.
  17. Systematic theology is simply a summarization in an orderly and comprehensive manner of what the whole Bible has to say about a topic.
  18. Which of the following is NOT one of the four words that summarizes the Bible’s plot?
  19. We are the main characters of the Bible’s big story.
  20. The tree God planted in the garden grows into a symbol of the redeemed nation of Israel.
  21. Hamilton calls promises that God made about the coming Redeemer gold coins.
  22. Redemption is God’s act of rescuing his people from an alien power and giving them freedom so they can live as his people.
  23. According to Hamilton, how many episodes in the Bible’s plot?
  24. Biblical symbols are given to us to show us to shape our understanding of how we are supposed to live.
  25. In the book of Joshua, the power of God subdues the opposition to the fulfillment of his promises.

Set 3

  1. Redemption is God’s act of rescuing his people from an alien power and giving them freedom so they can live as his people.
  2. Biblical symbols are given to us to show us to shape our understanding of how we are supposed to live.
  3. Which of the following is NOT one of the four words that summarizes the Bible’s plot?
  4. The tree God planted in the garden grows into a symbol of the redeemed nation of Israel.
  5. Systematic theology is simply a summarization in an orderly and comprehensive manner of what the whole Bible has to say about a topic.
  6. One of the 5 characteristics of Scripture is the center: God’s glory in salvation through judgment.
  7. Biblical and systematic theology are related through a common trajectory of authority.
  8. One of the clearest gospel expressions is found in Romans 1:1-4.
  9. According Hamilton, God built the earth as his temple.
  10. We are the main characters of the Bible’s big story.
  11. Hamilton calls promises that God made about the coming Redeemer gold coins.
  12. Which of the following is the basic method of exegesis for determining an author’s original intent.
  13. In the book of Joshua, the power of God subdues the opposition to the fulfillment of his promises.
  14. Biblical theology focusses on the sixty-six books of the Bible, the finished product, according to Lawrence.
  15. Biblical “types” are just like fables.
  16. Typological foreshadowing involves which of the following?
  17. According to Hamilton, how many episodes in the Bible’s plot?
  18. Thinking theologically requires us to understand three aspects of doctrine: biblical knowledge, personal knowledge, and situational knowledge.
  19. The sin of mankind has resulted in the confusion of all relationships between God and the creation, and within the creation.
  20. Symbols are used to summarize big ideas in pictures that the biblical authors intended for their audience to understand.
  21. John Piper has motivated a new generation of missionaries by using inspiring stories of heroic sacrifice.
  22. There were two important words used for the first time in the Noah narrative: judgment and salvation.
  23. Biblical theology attempts to demonstrate that the Scriptures are a single story, a unified narrative that conveys a coherent and consistent message.
  24. What you and I do in response to the gospel is not itself the gospel.
  25. Which of the following covenant gave the nation of Israel responsibility to reflect God’s glory particularly to the King?
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