THEO 360 Exam 4

THEO 360 Exam 4 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. In the case study of counseling, the individual’s past is the main influence on how you should respond to their issues.
  2. In order for kingship to be God’s will, it must reflect the covenant relationship established by God.
  3. It is uncharacteristic for the writing prophets to take up the events of Israel’s prior experience of God and reuse them.
  4. Which of Israel’s kings represented God’s plan for kingdom rule.
  5. At Pentecost, the focus it taken off of Jesus and placed solely on the Holy Spirit.
  6. Redemptive history is an important theme in the history of God’s people.
  7. Even though sin has separated us from God, it has not discouraged God’s missional character.
  8. Our struggle against the flesh and the devil with end with the return of Christ.
  9. Under “A Shepherd’s Taxonomy” which of the following is one of the three pairs in which every listener falls?
  10. The end of Solomon’s reign marked the completion of the pattern of redemption and the kingdom of God.
  11. Missions and missional should be understood as synonymous.
  12. God’s covenant with David resembles his covenant with other Old Testament patriarch?
  13. The main expression of the relationship between God and his people is which one of the following?
  14. The third element of the kingdom of God is the place in which the people live in fellowship with God also called the Promised Land.
  15. God’s saving purpose is to restore all things to their proper relationship.
  16. Which one of the following is the focal point in the theology of the kingdom of God revealed in creation?
  17. Universal regeneration refers to the ultimate salvation of everyone
  18. Jesus’ identity as the Son of Man comes from his place in Joseph’s earthly family.
  19. One of the questions that is helpful in thinking through the application of a biblical text is, “What does this point mean for the non-Christian?”
  20. The bodily resurrection of Jesus is the foundation for the eventual consummation of the new creation and our factual experience in the kingdom of God.
  21. The rebellion of Adam and Eve resulted in disorder
  22. Goldsworthy purports that the proverbs are human reflections on individual experiences in the light of God’s truth.
  23. According to Goldsworthy, one of the most important psalm types is the song of praise.
  24. In the case study of Joshua’s conquest of Canaan, the first problem that must be dealt with is genocide.
  25. The first step in moving from biblical text to biblical theology is prayer.

Set 2

  1. One of the questions that is helpful in thinking through the application of a biblical text is, “What does this point mean for the non-Christian?”
  2. Jesus’ identity as the Son of Man comes from his place in Joseph’s earthly family.
  3. Our struggle against the flesh and the devil with end with the return of Christ.
  4. Which of Israel’s kings represented God’s plan for kingdom rule.
  5. The first step in moving from biblical text to biblical theology is prayer.
  6. In the case study of counseling, the individual’s past is the main influence on how you should respond to their issues.
  7. God’s covenant with David resembles his covenant with other Old Testament patriarch?
  8. Goldsworthy purports that the proverbs are human reflections on individual experiences in the light of God’s truth.
  9. In order for kingship to be God’s will, it must reflect the covenant relationship established by God.
  10. The main expression of the relationship between God and his people is which one of the following?
  11. The bodily resurrection of Jesus is the foundation for the eventual consummation of the new creation and our factual experience in the kingdom of God.
  12. Under “A Shepherd’s Taxonomy” which of the following is one of the three pairs in which every listener falls?
  13. The third element of the kingdom of God is the place in which the people live in fellowship with God also called the Promised Land.
  14. It is uncharacteristic for the writing prophets to take up the events of Israel’s prior experience of God and reuse them.
  15. In the case study of Joshua’s conquest of Canaan, the first problem that must be dealt with is genocide.
  16. Which one of the following is the focal point in the theology of the kingdom of God revealed in creation?
  17. God’s saving purpose is to restore all things to their proper relationship.
  18. The end of Solomon’s reign marked the completion of the pattern of redemption and the kingdom of God.
  19. Redemptive history is an important theme in the history of God’s people.
  20. Missions and missional should be understood as synonymous.
  21. The rebellion of Adam and Eve resulted in disorder
  22. At Pentecost, the focus it taken off of Jesus and placed solely on the Holy Spirit.
  23. According to Goldsworthy, one of the most important psalm types is the song of praise.
  24. Universal regeneration refers to the ultimate salvation of everyone
  25. Even though sin has separated us from God, it has not discouraged God’s missional character.

Set 3

  1. In order for kingship to be God’s will, it must reflect the covenant relationship established by God.
  2. The first step in moving from biblical text to biblical theology is prayer.
  3. It is uncharacteristic for the writing prophets to take up the events of Israel’s prior experience of God and reuse them.
  4. The third element of the kingdom of God is the place in which the people live in fellowship with God also called the Promised Land.
  5. The rebellion of Adam and Eve resulted in disorder
  6. In the case study of counseling, the individual’s past is the main influence on how you should respond to their issues.
  7. Which of Israel’s kings represented God’s plan for kingdom rule.
  8. The end of Solomon’s reign marked the completion of the pattern of redemption and the kingdom of God.
  9. Jesus’ identity as the Son of Man comes from his place in Joseph’s earthly family.
  10. God’s saving purpose is to restore all things to their proper relationship.
  11. One of the questions that is helpful in thinking through the application of a biblical text is, “What does this point mean for the non-Christian?”
  12. Universal regeneration refers to the ultimate salvation of everyone
  13. At Pentecost, the focus it taken off of Jesus and placed solely on the Holy Spirit.
  14. According to Goldsworthy, one of the most important psalm types is the song of praise.
  15. In the case study of Joshua’s conquest of Canaan, the first problem that must be dealt with is genocide.
  16. The bodily resurrection of Jesus is the foundation for the eventual consummation of the new creation and our factual experience in the kingdom of God.
  17. Redemptive history is an important theme in the history of God’s people.
  18. Even though sin has separated us from God, it has not discouraged God’s missional character.
  19. Under “A Shepherd’s Taxonomy” which of the following is one of the three pairs in which every listener falls?
  20. Our struggle against the flesh and the devil with end with the return of Christ.
  21. God’s covenant with David resembles his covenant with other Old Testament patriarch?
  22. The main expression of the relationship between God and his people is which one of the following?
  23. Goldsworthy purports that the proverbs are human reflections on individual experiences in the light of God’s truth.
  24. Which one of the following is the focal point in the theology of the kingdom of God revealed in creation?
  25. Missions and missional should be understood as synonymous.
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