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Question 1

Christian “faith” is best described as a blind leap.

Question 2

It is important for Christians to have friendships with fellow believers so that they can encourage each another.

Question 3

Evangelism and apologetics are both grounded in the divine commandment found in Matt 28:19

Question 4

The main passage of Scripture that gives historical apologists purpose and direction can be found in

_______________________.

Question 5

Secular world systems are not included in the six categories of Global Apologetics because they do not have a foundational belief in a deity or deities.

Question 6

An incarnational life demands surrender.

Question 7

It is the Holy Spirit that convicts the unbeliever’s heart.

Question 8

The urgency of sharing the gospel should overwhelm the need to be caring or kind in your presentation to people.

Question 9

Global apologetics seeks to understand the beliefs of those from other major world systems, and anticipate the assumptions thy may have about Jesus Christ.

Question 10

There is an important connection between one’s beliefs and behavior

Question 11

God’s Word is able to stand the test of any examination and scrutiny.

Question 12

Wheeler, in the Popular Encyclopedia of Apologetics states, “According to Scripture, the only stumbling block for unbelievers should be _________________.”

Question 13

A godly person is someone who is willingly submissive to God’s ways.

Question 14

When a Christian shares the gospel message with an individual, they may also consider including their own personal testimony of salvation in the presentation.

Question 15

Even strong Christians can make mistakes and make poor choices so we should put our hope in the Lord (Jesus Christ) and not people.

Question 16

To formulate their conclusions, the historical apologists rely entirely on the historical record found within the New Testament.

Question 17

Incarnational apologetics is communicated through both actions and attitudes.

Question 18

As long as a Christian is informationally prepared to defend their faith, they will be able to easily compel others to “receive Christ”, regardless of their incarnational apologetic.

Question 19

The use of historical apologetics is a recent innovation devised and made popular by such men as Gary Habermas, Lee Strobel, and Mike Licona.

Question 20

Christians should use clever rhetoric in their presentation if they hope to see people won to Christ.

_______ apologetics is the representative private and public lifestyle of a Christian that validates to the world the absolute truths of the Bible.

 

Question 1 Christian “faith” is best described as a blind leap.

Question 2 The main passage of Scripture that gives historical apologists purpose and direction can be found in _______________________.

Question 3 Christians should use clever rhetoric in their presentation if they hope to see people won to Christ.

Question 4 When a Christian shares the gospel message with an individual, they may also consider including their own personal testimony of salvation in the presentation.

Question 5 To formulate their conclusions, the historical apologists rely entirely on the historical record found within the New Testament.

Question 6 Global apologetics seeks to understand the beliefs of those from other major world systems, and anticipate the assumptions thy may have about Jesus Christ.

Question 7 Traditionally, the study of world religions has focused on the present beliefs of the various systems in the context of a global market.

Question 8 One of the top reasons a person gives for not becoming a Christian is the behavior of those who call themselves Christians.

Question 9 Secular world systems are not included in the six categories of Global Apologetics because they do not have a foundational belief in a deity or deities.

Question 10 There is an important connection between one’s beliefs and behavior

Question 11 Historical apologetics believes that the launching pad for all apologetics is the historicity of the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus Christ.

Question 12 Even strong Christians can make mistakes and make poor choices so we should put our hope in the Lord (Jesus Christ) and not people.

Question 13 The use of historical apologetics is a recent innovation devised and made popular by such men as Gary Habermas, Lee Strobel, and Mike Licona.

Question 14 Which of the following makes a person godly?

Question 15 As a person reads and studies the Bible they should ask:

Question 16 When someone understands how much you care for them it opens the opportunity to share the gospel with them.

Question 17 The urgency of sharing the gospel should overwhelm the need to be caring or kind in your presentation to people.

Question 18 An incarnational life demands surrender.

Question 19 Evangelism and apologetics are both grounded in the divine commandment found in Matt 28:19

Question 20 As we learn truths from the Bible it is important that we share those truths with others.

 

Question 1

Historical apologetics believes that the launching pad for all apologetics is the historicity of the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus Christ.

Question 2

What a Christian does is as important as what they say when it comes to sharing the goodness of God with others.

Question 3

When a Christian shares the gospel message with an individual, they may also consider including their own personal testimony of salvation in the presentation.

Question 4

Christians should force a person to listen to their presentation of the gospel and not stop until they make a decision for Christ.

Question 5

To formulate their conclusions, the historical apologists rely entirely on the historical record found within the New Testament.

Question 6

An incarnational life demands surrender.

Question 7

Global apologetics seeks to understand the beliefs of those from other major world systems, and anticipate the assumptions thy may have about Jesus Christ.

Question 8

There is an important connection between one’s beliefs and behavior

Question 9

The main passage of Scripture that gives historical apologists purpose and direction can be found in _______________________.

Question 10

The urgency of sharing the gospel should overwhelm the need to be caring or kind in your presentation to people.

Question 11

It is important for Christians to have friendships with fellow believers so that they can encourage each another.

Question 12

God’s Word is able to stand the test of any examination and scrutiny.

Question 13

This category, as described in Global apologetics, views man as capable of achieving God-like status.

Question 14

Traditionally, the study of world religions has focused on the present beliefs of the various systems in the context of a global market.

Question 15

As we learn truths from the Bible it is important that we share those truths with others.

Question 16

Christians should use clever rhetoric in their presentation if they hope to see people won to Christ.

Question 17

How we present the biblical teachings of salvation is not addressed in the Bible so the manner in which we presented it is not important.

Question 18

Teaching or sharing biblical truth is beneficial to our spiritual lives

Question 19

Even strong Christians can make mistakes and make poor choices so we should put our hope in the Lord (Jesus Christ) and not people.

Question 20

Christians do not need to be concerned about the manner in which they present the gospel message.

 

Christian “faith” is best described as a blind leap

Sharing the gospel message requires a lot of details and therefore you should always allow at least 30 minutes

Teaching or sharing biblical truth is beneficial to our spiritual lives

To be an effective witness a person must have formal Bible college training

Christians should use clever rhetoric in their presentation if they hope to see people won to Christ

Even strong Christians can make mistakes and make poor choices so we should put our hope in the Lord (Jesus Christ) and not people

Incarnational apologetics is communicated through both actions and attitudes

There is an important connection between one’s beliefs and behavior

A godly person is someone who is willingly submissive to God’s ways

Christians should force a person to listen to their presentation of the gospel and not stop until they make a decision for Christ

When someone understands how much you care for them it opens the opportunity to share the gospel with them

_____________________ literally means to give a reason for our faith

Historical apologetics believes that the launching pad for all apologetics is the historicity of the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus Christ

What a Christian does is as important as what they say when it comes to sharing the goodness of God with others

Global apologetics seeks to understand the beliefs of those from other major world systems, and anticipate the assumptions thy may have about Jesus Christ

As a person reads and studies the Bible they should ask

One of the top reasons a person gives for not becoming a Christian is the behavior of those who call themselves Christians

When sharing the Gospel Christians should take time to listen the person to better understand their life situation

To formulate their conclusions, the historical apologists rely entirely on the historical record found within the New Testament

Secular world systems are not included in the six categories of Global Apologetics because they do not have a foundational belief in a deity or deities

 

Question 1

3 out of 3 points

Christians should use clever rhetoric in their presentation if they hope to see people won to Christ.

· Question 2

3 out of 3 points

What a Christian does is as important as what they say when it comes to sharing the goodness of God with others.

· Question 3

3 out of 3 points

God’s Word is able to stand the test of any examination and scrutiny.

· Question 4

3 out of 3 points

In 610 A.D., Muhammad received his first vision from Jesus Christ.

· Question 5

3 out of 3 points

When sharing the Gospel, it may be necessary to convert theological terms into simpler words.

Question 6

3 out of 3 points

Muslims believe that the Bible was corrupted by Jews and Christians

· Question 7

3 out of 3 points

Sharing the gospel message requires a lot of details and therefore you should always allow at least 30 minutes

· Question 8

3 out of 3 points

RsQ_019A good approach when witnessing to a Muslim is to look at the number of times Jesus predicted his own death because Muslims do not believe that Jesus actually died on the cross.

· Question 9

3 out of 3 points

It is important for Christians to have friendships with fellow believers so that they can encourage each another.

· Question 10

3 out of 3 points

As a person reads and studies the Bible they should ask:

· Question 11

3 out of 3 points

A godly person is someone who is willingly submissive to God’s ways.

Question 12

3 out of 3 points

In Islam, Jesus is considered to be a prophet but not the Son of God.

· Question 13

3 out of 3 points

Teaching or sharing biblical truth is beneficial to our spiritual lives

Question 14

3 out of 3 points

Even strong Christians can make mistakes and make poor choices so we should put our hope in the Lord (Jesus Christ) and not people.

· Question 15

3 out of 3 points

Muslims do not believe in the virgin birth of Jesus.

· Question 16

3 out of 3 points

The God of the Bible worshipped by Christians, and the God of the Qur’an (Koran) worshipped by Muslims, is the same God.

· Question 17

3 out of 3 points

When a Christian shares the gospel message with an individual, they may also consider including their own personal testimony of salvation in the presentation.

· Question 18

3 out of 3 points

Which of the following makes a person godly?

Question 19

3 out of 3 points

_____________________ literally means to give a reason for our faith.

· Question 20

3 out of 3 points

Evangelism and apologetics are both grounded in the divine commandment found in Matt 28:19 (The Great Commission).

 

Sharing the gospel message requires a lot of details and therefore you should always allow at

least 30 minutes.

It is important for Christians to have friendships with fellow believers so that they can

encourage each another.

The two major sects of Islam are the Sunni and the “____________”

Which of the following makes a person godly?

Muslims do not believe in the virgin birth of Jesus.

When sharing the Gospel, it may be necessary to convert theological terms into simpler words.

Islam was founded by:

Teaching or sharing biblical truth is beneficial to our spiritual lives

People can have saving faith without understanding the gospel.

A godly person is someone who is willingly submissive to God’s ways.

Muhammad’s visions would eventually be compiled into Islam’s sacred text, the Qur’an

(Koran).

In Islam, Jesus is considered to be a prophet but not the Son of God.

Christians should force a person to listen to their presentation of the gospel and not stop until

they make a decision for Christ.

One of the top reasons a person gives for not becoming a Christian is the behavior of those

who call themselves Christians.

The God of the Bible worshipped by Christians, and the God of the Qur’an (Koran)

worshipped by Muslims, is the same God.

Once an individual becomes a Muslim, they have assurance that they will be accepted on

Judgment Day and be allowed to enter Paradise.

Muslims believe that the Bible was corrupted by Jews and Christians

As a person reads and studies the Bible they should ask:

Christians do not need to be concerned about the manner in which they present the gospel

message.

RsQ_019A good approach when witnessing to a Muslim is to look at the number of times

Jesus predicted his own death because Muslims do not believe that Jesus actually died on

the cross.

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