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THEO 201 Study Guide 4 complete Answers | Rated A+
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Quiz 4 Study Guide

Towns: Chapter III and IV

  • What are the 4 different expressions (categories) of the law?
  • What are the 4 purposes of the law?
  • What are the 5 points of Calvinism (the TULIP acrostic)?
  • Define the terms below.

o   Predestinate:

o   Foreknowledge:

o   The elect:

·           The definition of the Trinity states that the members of the Trinity are the following:

o   Equal in what?—

o   Distinct in what?—

o   Subordinate in what?—

·                     What is the existence of 3 gods called?

·                     What belief teaches 3 different manifestations of God (as if a man were a father, husband and brother at the same time)?

·                     What belief errs by denying the eternality and distinctiveness of the three persons of the Trinity?

·                     What belief taught that only the Father was eternally begotten from the beginning?

·                     How does the baptism of Christ point toward the Trinity?

·                     How does the New Testament baptism formula point to the Trinity?

·                     What does the term preexistence mean?

·                     What does the term eternality mean when referring to Christ?

·                     What would Jews think who heard Christ calling himself the Son of Man?

·                     What is a Christophany?

True or False

  • The word “Trinity” is not found in Scripture.
  • Whether or not the word “Trinity” is found in Scripture, the idea and doctrine are.
  • The Trinity is not 3 gods.
  • The Trinity is 3 manifestations of God.
  • The Trinity teaches that the Father created the Son and the Son created the Holy Spirit.
  • Jesus Christ is the second member of the Trinity, is equal with the Father in nature, and yet is submissive in duty.
  • Christ is a single and undivided person.
  • Jesus claimed to be one with the Father.
  • Jesus claimed to have the ability to forgive sins.
  • Jesus allowed people to worship him.
  • Jesus claimed to have omnipresence, omniscience, and omnipotence.
  • The fact that Christ allowed people to worship him shows that he thought that he was divine.


Rivera: Chapter 4

  • What is the point the author makes as he reviews 2 situations that took place at different seminaries?
  • What are the 5 basic rules the author proposes in order for someone to profit from their Bible reading?
  • True or false? The author finds it surprising that we have to encourage one another to read the Bible.
  • Identify the 2 methods of Bible study that the author portrays as typical in corporate settings.
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