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THEO 201 Study Guide 1 complete Answers | Rated A+
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THEO 201 Study Guide 1 complete Answers | Rated A+ Quiz 1 Study Guide

Towns: Chapter I

  • What does “prolegomena” mean?
  • What are the 3 presuppositions of prolegomena?
  • What is the contemporary usage of the word “theology?”
  • What is catechism?
  • What are 5 presuppositions for the task of theologizing?
  • What are the tests used to verify theological truths? Explain.
  • What is the aim of biblical theology?
  • Where does biblical theology get its material?
  • What does historical theology study?
  • What does dogmatic theology study?
  • What is philosophical theology?
  • What is contemporary theology?
  • What is systematic theology?
  • What does practical theology seek to do?
  • What is the theology of Scriptures called?
  • What are the 6 uses for reason?
  • What are the 4 tools for accurately arranging a systematic theology?
  • What 4 questions must we ask about faith?
  • What 5 factors can limit our theology?


Towns: Chapter II

  • What is revelation?
  • What is inspiration?
  • What is inerrancy?
  • What is the canon?
  • What is hermeneutics?
  • What is illumination?
  • What is the primary motivation of revelation?
  • What does Hebrews 1:1–2 teach about divine revelation?
  • What are the 2 areas of revelation?
  • What is reason?
  • What does the cosmological argument state?
  • Upon what 3 things is the cosmological argument dependent?
  • What does the teleological argument state?
  • What does the anthropological argument state?
  • What does the anthropological argument reason?
  • What does the ontological argument state?
  • What does congruity mean?
  • What does the existence of laws imply?
  • Of what do laws in society give evidence?


Rivera: Introduction and Chapter 1

  • Know how many chapters are in the Bible.
  • Identify the metaphor the author uses to create a picture of the whole of Scripture.
  • Be able to fill in these blanks: “I’d rather be the person in heaven than the person in hell.”
  • Understand how the author describes love for God.
  • Understand what the results of love for God may include.
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