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Liberty University THEO 202 Quiz 3 complete Answers | Rated A+
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Liberty University THEO 202 Quiz 3 complete Answers | Rated A+

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Question 1 The core of sin is best described as:

Question 2 The federal headship position on original sin is:

Question 3 The key passage for understanding original sin is:

Question 4 A key biblical term, epithymia, which can also be translated “desire of longing,” signifies a corrupt desire that strives after what is inappropriate or illicit:

Question 5 Federal headship is the belief that each person becomes sinful when they make a wrong choice.

Question 6 Our belief about sin also determines in large measure our view of the nature and purpose of the ministry of the church.

Question 7 Guilt is a natural human emotion that existed before the fall of man.

Question 8 Augustine and Calvin believed idolatry was the reason for Adam and Eve’s fall.

Question 9 Creating a simple, controlled environment with no outside influence could minimize the influence of sin.

Question 10 The author of this chapter maintains that children who die in infancy go to heaven.

 

Question 1

The key passage for understanding original sin is:

Question 2

The federal headship position on original sin is:

Question 3

The natural headship position on original sin is:

Question 4

All people, from the youngest to the oldest, with the exception of Jesus, are sinful.

Question 5

Creating a simple, controlled environment with no outside influence could minimize the influence of sin.

Question 6

The most crucial passage for understanding the doctrine of original sin is in which book of the Bible?

Question 7

Repentance and reconciliation lie at the heart of the mission of the church.

Question 8

Calvin defined “depravity” as “a hereditary corruption of the person’s total being.”

Question 9

Our belief about sin also determines in large measure our view of the nature and purpose of the ministry of the church.

Question 10

A key biblical term, epithymia, which can also be translated “desire of longing,” signifies a corrupt desire that strives after what is inappropriate or illicit:

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