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Liberty University THEO 104 quiz 3 complete Answers | Rated A+

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Question 1

By Jesus claiming to be the “bread of life,” He is claiming to be God.

Question 2

We know that Jesus is God because…

Question 3

Jesus claims to be the “I AM” of the Old Testament.

Question 4

Which religion considers Jesus to be divine, but does not affirm the Trinity and believes that Jesus was created at a point in time.

Question 5

Which apostle presents the clearest picture of Jesus’s claims to deity?

Question 6

Though Jesus was human, he never got hungry, thirsty, or tired since he was God.

Question 7

Kenosis is used to describe what?

Question 8

The incarnation is also known as theophanies or Christophanies.

Question 9

The humanity of Christ is not as important as the deity of Christ.

Question 10

Which of the following points to Jesus’ humanity.

Question 11

Jesus did not have to die to provide salvation, but God thought that his death was the best option.

Question 12

The law of God is a list of preferences that he developed that best suited humanity.

Question 13

__________ means to “satisfy wrath.”

Question 14

Jesus never questioned if he had to die on the cross.

Question 15

Even though God is holy, anyone can be in his presence because he is loving.

Question 16

Who pioneered the Minimal Facts Approach?

Question 17

The Lost or Stolen Body Theory is a theory that says Jesus never really died on the cross. Proponents of the view suggest Jesus only appeared to be dead on the cross.

Question 18

The proclamation of the gospel of Jesus’s death, burial, and resurrection are needed because of the sin of humanity.

Question 19

Which of the following is NOT one of the facts addressed by the Minimal Facts Approach?

Question 20

The Resurrection of Christ is one of the few miracles listed in only the gospel of John and the gospel of Luke.

Question 21

The doctrine of Christ’s incarnation is best seen in ____________.

Question 22

Christ’s humiliation starts at the low point of Christ’s crucifixion and has the high point of his eternal glory as the sovereign Lord over his creation.

Question 23

The crucifixion of Christ is the low point of the humiliation of Jesus Christ.

Question 24

What is the final stage of Christ’s exaltation?

Question 25

The humiliation and exaltation of Christ helps to provide the big-picture view of what the Savior of the world has done for us.

 

Question 1 While it is true that Christians are saved apart from works, Christians also believe that faith without works is not genuine.

Question 2 Christian believe the source of suffering to be the conditions of this world.

Question 3 The image of God was completely lost in the Fall recorded in Genesis 3.

Question 4 Though Christians are not commanded to do good works, many do them because they want to.

Question 5 The Bible presents the body as being good, and the soul/spirit as being bad.

Question 6 While it is true that Christians are saved apart from works, Christians also believe that faith without works is not genuine.

Question 7 The conscience is developed by doing right.

Question 8 What is a question that Darwinians have not been able to answer?

Question 9 Moslem leaders claim that Christianity and Islam are alike in that Allah was "the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ."

Question 10 The belief that God began the creative process by bringing the first organisms to life, but then oversaw the evolutionary process.

Question 11 Prior to the Fall recorded in Genesis 3, Adam and Eve were all­knowing.

Question 12 The Bible speaks of both presumptious sins and sins of ignorance.

Question 13 Only Christians maintain the image of God.

Question 14 What is the main point that the author illustrates with an elephant and 4 blind men?

Question 15 A system sees evolution as taking place entirely by inherent forces

 

Question 1 What is the main point that the author illustrates with an elephant and 4 blind men?

Question 2 The image of God is spoken of in the Old Testament, but it is not spoken of in the New Testament.

Question 3 The belief that God, through direct acts, brought into being virtually everything that exists out of nothing.

Question 4 A system that allows for external factors.

Question 5 Though Christians are not commanded to do good works, many do them because they want to.

Question 6 There is only one Greek word for “sin” recorded in the New Testament.

Question 7 The use of the Bible term “heart” is best understood by simply saying “me.”

Question 8 The image of God is synonymous with man’s immaterial nature.

Question 9 The image of God refers to something a human is rather than something a human has or does.

Question 10 Which two possibilities of Creationism does the author say are closest to Scripture?

Question 11 The word, “heart” in the Bible is used only to refer to the physical organ.

Question 12 It is a sin to be tempted.

Question 13 Prior to the Fall recorded in Genesis 3, Adam and Eve were all­knowing.

Question 14 Moslem leaders claim that Christianity and Islam are alike in that Allah was "the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ."

Question 15 A system sees evolution as taking place entirely by inherent forces

 

Question 1 Only Christians maintain the image of God.

Question 2 The Bible presents the body as being good, and the soul/spirit as being bad.

Question 3 The image of God in man should help point others to the King of Kings.

Question 4 A system that allows for external factors.

Question 5 Due to sin, mankind lost orginal righteousness.

Question 6 The conscience is developed by doing right.

Question 7 It is a sin to be tempted.

Question 8 The image of God was completely lost in the Fall recorded in Genesis 3.

Question 9 The image of God is synonymous with man’s immaterial nature.

Question 10 The Bible speaks of both presumptious sins and sins of ignorance.

Question 11 The use of the Bible term “heart” is best understood by simply saying “me.”

Question 12 The word, “heart” in the Bible is used only to refer to the physical organ.

Question 13 There is only one Greek word for “sin” recorded in the New Testament.

Question 14 The belief that God began the process of evolution within the context of created matter. Though God programmed the system, simple life forms were allowed to evolve into more complex life structures. During this entire process, God withdrew himself and allowed natural laws to guide the process.

Question 15 Of the three aspects of the human personality, the most vital part is the will.

 

Question 1 Of the three aspects of the human personality, the most vital part is the will.

Question 2 Though Christians are not commanded to do good works, many do them because they want to.

Question 3 Due to sin, mankind lost orginal righteousness.

Question 4 Only Christians maintain the image of God.

Question 5 The human personality includes the three elements of intellect, emotions, and will.

Question 6 There is only one Greek word for “sin” recorded in the New Testament.

Question 7 The image of God is merely man’s rational or moral abilities.

Question 8 The conscience is developed by doing right.

Question 9 Two types of sin exist: actual sin and conditional sin.

Question 10 While it is true that Christians are saved apart from works, Christians also believe that faith without works is not genuine.

Question 11 All of God’s creation is created in the image of God.

Question 12 A system sees evolution as taking place entirely by inherent forces

Question 13 The image of God refers to something a human is rather than something a human has or does.

Question 14 The image of God was completely lost in the Fall recorded in Genesis 3.

Question 15 The belief that God began the creative process by bringing the first organisms to life, but then oversaw the evolutionary process.

 

The image of God is spoken of in the Old Testament, but it is not spoken of in the New Testament.

All of God’s creation is created in the image of God

Prior to the Fall recorded in Genesis 3, Adam and Eve were all-knowing

While it is true that Christians are saved apart from works, Christians also believe that faith without works is not genuine

Christian do good works because of gratitude for what God has done

A system that allows for external factors.

Due to sin, mankind lost original righteousness

The image of God in man should help point others to the King of Kings

The heart can be hardened by sin

Though Christians are not commanded to do good works, many do them because they want to

There is only one Greek word for “sin” recorded in the New Testament

Moslem leaders claim that Christianity and Islam are alike in that Allah was "the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ."

Christian believe the source of suffering to be the conditions of this world

The Bible speaks of both presumptious sins and sins of ignorance

Which two possibilities of Creationism does the author say are closest to Scripture?

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