THEO 530 Midterm

THEO 530 Midterm Liberty University

Set 1

  1. Which of the following was considered heretical approaches to the deity of Christ?
  2. Erickson argues that although Jesus did not make any direct claims, such as saying: “I am God,” He nevertheless made claims that would be inappropriate if it were not true that He is God.
  3. Jesus demonstrated that he had authority over the laws and institutions of God but never indicated that he was equal to God as an object of faith.
  4. According to Erickson, Jesus was free from human depravity, yet he still had a human nature and personality.
  5. Classical theology stressed Jesus’s relation to the Trinity where modern theology has been more interested in His relation to humanity.
  6. Which of the following is best known for the concept of “demythologization?”
  7. Millard Erickson, in his Christian Theology argues that since Jesus experienced temptation, he must also have had a sin nature.
  8. The body of Jesus aged during his earthly life
  9. According to John 6:35, Jesus said that He was the “resurrection and the life.”
  10. The Deity of Christ is demonstrated by which of the following works?
  11. Works of the Holy Spirit include which of the following? (Select the BEST answer)
  12. Synergism is the view that holds that God and the believer “work together” to accomplish salvation.
  13. True or False: The theory of “baptismal regeneration” is sometimes denoted by the words “ex opere operato.”
  14. True or False: According to Erickson, the incarnation was more an addition of human attributes than a loss of divine attributes.
  15. Erickson’s teaching on the doctrine of salvation is best considered
  16. Which of the following was NOT true of Jesus?
  17. Arminianism is a system developed by James Arminius in the 5th century to respond to the heretic, Pelagius
  18. Particularism is another term for the concept of Limited Atonement
  19. According to Thomas Schreiner, the imagery of baptism used in Col 2:12 and Rom 6:3–5 points to which of the following?
  20. Sanctification is the same as “sinless perfection”
  21. 19th century liberalism attempted to create a “Jesus” after their own image.
  22. In official Roman Catholic Theology the Virgin Birth of Jesus is called “The Immaculate Conception”
  23. The Chalcedonian Creed affirmed that Mary was the mother of God in order to emphasize that the child she bore was also truly God.
  24. The proper understanding of the “hypostatic union” of Christ is best described in which of the following?
  25. True or False: Christian writings from the third and fourth centuries do not show a difference of opinion over the practice of baptizing infants.
  26. Match the following:
    1. Guilt
    2. Justification
    3. Propitiation
    4. Atonement
  27. Match the following:
    1. Pelagianism
    2. Five Point Calvinism
    3. Semi-Pelagianism
    4. Arminianism
  28. Explain the so-called “Five points of Calvinism.” State and define each point. In what ways do Arminian theologians disagree with each of these? Be specific on each one. Explain why some consider the view of Erickson to be an example of 4-point Calvinism.
  29. Explain the significance of the three “offices” of Christ. Identify and explain each in relation to Jesus’ earthly mission.

Set 2

  1. According to Erickson, Jesus was free from human depravity, yet he still had a human nature and personality.
  2. 19th century liberalism attempted to create a “Jesus” after their own image.
  3. Works of the Holy Spirit include which of the following? (Select the BEST answer)
  4. In official Roman Catholic Theology the Virgin Birth of Jesus is called “The Immaculate Conception”
  5. According to John 6:35, Jesus said that He was the “resurrection and the life.”
  6. True or False: The theory of “baptismal regeneration” is sometimes denoted by the words “ex opere operato.”
  7. Which of the following was considered heretical approaches to the deity of Christ?
  8. Millard Erickson, in his Christian Theology argues that since Jesus experienced temptation, he must also have had a sin nature.
  9. The Deity of Christ is demonstrated by which of the following works?
  10. The Chalcedonian Creed affirmed that Mary was the mother of God in order to emphasize that the child she bore was also truly God.
  11. Erickson argues that although Jesus did not make any direct claims, such as saying: “I am God,” He nevertheless made claims that would be inappropriate if it were not true that He is God.
  12. True or False: Christian writings from the third and fourth centuries do not show a difference of opinion over the practice of baptizing infants.
  13. According to Thomas Schreiner, the imagery of baptism used in Col 2:12 and Rom 6:3–5 points to which of the following?
  14. Which of the following was NOT true of Jesus?
  15. True or False: According to Erickson, the incarnation was more an addition of human attributes than a loss of divine attributes.
  16. Which of the following is best known for the concept of “demythologization?”
  17. Arminianism is a system developed by James Arminius in the 5th century to respond to the heretic, Pelagius
  18. The body of Jesus aged during his earthly life
  19. Sanctification is the same as “sinless perfection”
  20. Classical theology stressed Jesus’s relation to the Trinity where modern theology has been more interested in His relation to humanity.
  21. Particularism is another term for the concept of Limited Atonement
  22. Synergism is the view that holds that God and the believer “work together” to accomplish salvation.
  23. Erickson’s teaching on the doctrine of salvation is best considered
  24. Jesus demonstrated that he had authority over the laws and institutions of God but never indicated that he was equal to God as an object of faith.
  25. The proper understanding of the “hypostatic union” of Christ is best described in which of the following?
  26. Match the following:
    1. Pelagianism
    2. Five Point Calvinism
    3. Semi-Pelagianism
    4. Arminianism
  27. Match the following:
    1. Guilt
    2. Justification
    3. Propitiation
    4. Atonement
  28. Explain the so-called “Five points of Calvinism.” State and define each point. In what ways do Arminian theologians disagree with each of these? Be specific on each one. Explain why some consider the view of Erickson to be an example of 4-point Calvinism.
  29. Explain the significance of the three “offices” of Christ. Identify and explain each in relation to Jesus’ earthly mission.

Set 3

  1. Classical theology stressed Jesus’s relation to the Trinity where modern theology has been more interested in His relation to humanity.
  2. The Chalcedonian Creed affirmed that Mary was the mother of God in order to emphasize that the child she bore was also truly God.
  3. The proper understanding of the “hypostatic union” of Christ is best described in which of the following?
  4. Synergism is the view that holds that God and the believer “work together” to accomplish salvation.
  5. In official Roman Catholic Theology the Virgin Birth of Jesus is called “The Immaculate Conception”
  6. Which of the following was considered heretical approaches to the deity of Christ?
  7. According to Erickson, Jesus was free from human depravity, yet he still had a human nature and personality.
  8. According to Thomas Schreiner, the imagery of baptism used in Col 2:12 and Rom 6:3–5 points to which of the following?
  9. The Deity of Christ is demonstrated by which of the following works?
  10. Erickson argues that although Jesus did not make any direct claims, such as saying: “I am God,” He nevertheless made claims that would be inappropriate if it were not true that He is God.
  11. Sanctification is the same as “sinless perfection”
  12. True or False: The theory of “baptismal regeneration” is sometimes denoted by the words “ex opere operato.”
  13. Jesus demonstrated that he had authority over the laws and institutions of God but never indicated that he was equal to God as an object of faith.
  14. Arminianism is a system developed by James Arminius in the 5th century to respond to the heretic, Pelagius
  15. Millard Erickson, in his Christian Theology argues that since Jesus experienced temptation, he must also have had a sin nature.
  16. True or False: Christian writings from the third and fourth centuries do not show a difference of opinion over the practice of baptizing infants.
  17. Erickson’s teaching on the doctrine of salvation is best considered
  18. Particularism is another term for the concept of Limited Atonement
  19. Which of the following is best known for the concept of “demythologization?”
  20. True or False: According to Erickson, the incarnation was more an addition of human attributes than a loss of divine attributes.
  21. According to John 6:35, Jesus said that He was the “resurrection and the life.”
  22. The body of Jesus aged during his earthly life
  23. Which of the following was NOT true of Jesus?
  24. 19th century liberalism attempted to create a “Jesus” after their own image.
  25. Works of the Holy Spirit include which of the following? (Select the BEST answer)
  26. Match the following:
    1. Harnack and Schweitzer
    2. Barth, Bultmann,and Brunner
    3. Käsemann and Pannenberg
    4. Augustine
    5. Brown and Funk
  27. Match the following:
    1. Pelagianism
    2. Five Point Calvinism
    3. Semi-Pelagianism
    4. Arminianism
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