WRSP 420 Quiz 1, 2, 3, 4

Liberty WRSP 420 Quizzes

Quiz 1

  1. The Greek word “proskuneo” is translated in the New Testament as
  2. A worshiper must submit to God’s truth or he cannot worship God.
  3. The Old Testament word for worship isshakhah which means to
  4. In the Old Testament, God chooses to dwell in the tabernacle and temple. In the New Testament, he chooses to dwell in
  5. Worship is the natural response to God’s revelation.
  6. Great Commission worship is
  7. Offering praise to God is what we do in public while worship is what we do in private.
  8. According to Tozer, worship is one ofman’s reasons for existence.
  9. Based on your study of A. W. Tozer’s Pursuit of Holiness, write a short, one‐paragraph discussion answering the question, “Is it possible to have an experience with God and yet not have a saving experience?” Defend your answer.

Quiz 2

  1. One’s thinking about God as Creator, Sustainer, Ruler, and King is shaped by
  2. Doctrine is our belief system upon which we base our life philosophy.
  3. A person’s theology and philosophy may or may not affect his/her methodology.
  4. Doctrine, one’s set of beliefs, does not necessarily shape a believer’s philosophy.
  5. Formational worship shapes our calling, defines our submission, and determines our successes.
  6. Formational worship is a one‐way street where the Holy Spirit nurtures, develops, and cultivates our relationship with God.
  7. A person’s theology will directly affect his/her philosophy of life.
  8. In worship, we experience the ________________ and _______________ of God.
  9. One’s theology of God shapes his/her
  10. Formational worship is based on theology, scripture, and philosophy.

Quiz 3

  1. Based on your study of chapters six and seven of A. W. Tozer’s book, The Purpose of
Man, Discuss Tozer’s statement, “God is infinitely more concerned that He has worshipers than that He has workers.” Include in your discussion the proper relationship between working for God and worshiping God. Document your answers with footnotes. Include scripture references, and at least two citations from chapters six and seven of Tozer’s book.
  2. Based on your study of chapter five of The Great Commission to Worship, explain the concept of transformation as it relates to being “changed” by God. How does this relate to worship and the Great Commission? Include in your discussion, Isaiah’s approach to spiritual transformation as found in Isaiah 6:1‐10 (seven points). Document your answers with footnotes. Include scripture references, and at least two citations from chapter five of the book.

Quiz 4

  1. Based on your study of chapters seven of The Great Commission to Worship, answer the question, “How does my upward worship impact other people in my life?” Include in your discussion your relationships with family, other believers, non‐believers, those in authority over you and your business relationships. Document your answers with footnotes. Include scripture references, and at least two citations from chapters six and seven of the course reading.
  2. In chapter six of The Great Commission to Worship, page 95, the authors state, “The quest for an upward relationship is actually the pursuit of upward worship. Our worship is the sum of all relationships we have with God.Based on your study of this chapter and the video presentations, do you agree or disagree? Defend your position with scripture, quotes from the speaker, and quotes from the book. Include in your discussion, Principles about Great Commission Worship as found on pages 102‐ Document your answers with footnotes. Include scripture references, and at least two citations from chapter six of the book.
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