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Liberty University THEO 202 quiz 6 complete Answers | Rated A+
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Liberty University THEO 202 quiz 6 complete Answers | Rated A+

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Question 1 There is limited data in the Bible for church membership.

Question 2 While no fully conclusive, the New Testament data points to which type of church polity?

Question 3 There is general consensus on the relationship between Israel and the church.

Question 4 Right preaching in the church means we have a correct view of God, man, and the gospel.

Question 5 Polity refers to a church’s:

Question 6 Participation in the church is essential to Christian salvation.

Question 7 Baptism should only be administered aver someone has come to faith in Christ.

Question 8 Transubstantiation denies literal transformation of the communion elements but rather they are joined together with Christ’s essence.

Question 9 The earliest available documents show infant baptism was the standard mode of baptism in the early church.

Question 10 The word for deacon in the New Testament means:

 

Question 1

While no fully conclusive, the New Testament data points to which type of church polity?

Question 2

Historically, the rise of denominations represents a desire for:

Question 3

The marks of the church are necessary components of a true church.

Question 4

“Pastor,” “bishop,” and “elder” are all the same Greek word in the New Testament.

Question 5

Nowhere does the Bible prescribe a polity for the universal church, that body of all Christians everywhere.

Question 6

Scripture does not require the local congregation to alleviate the physical needs of non-Christians in their community.

Question 7

Which two New Testament letters give the most explicit directions for church elders?

Question 8

Denominations as we know them today did not arise until the seventeenth century.

Question 9

The New Testament give no instructions on how to practice the Lord’s Supper.

Question 10

In the Old Testament, qahal refers primarily to the Lord’s chosen people, Israel.

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