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Quiz 1 Study Guide
Towns: pp. 419–479
Distinguish between the historical aspect of salvation (salvation accomplished) and the applied aspect of salvation (salvation applied).
State the five tests that are used to verify theological truths.
Properly identify the eleven divisions of theology.
Understand the nature of salvation as a dynamic quality of life, not just a passive point of position. It is a changed life to live Holy and please God.
Understand the three tenses as each is applied to the subject of salvation.
Know that in the Old Testament, men were saved as they are in the New Testament. Be especially familiar with the fact that the basis, requirement, and object of salvation remains consistent in every age, but the content of faith may change in the various dispensations.
Know how to define “grace” as applied to the work of God in salvation, and understand the relationship of grace to salvation.
Know the significance of the Council of Dort and its impact in defining the system referred to as “Calvinism.”
Know how to define each of the “five points of Calvinism” and be able to explain any inherent weaknesses pertaining to each.
Who was the founder of the system popularly known as “Arminianism?”
Other church leaders popularized the “Arminian” doctrinal system. Be able to name those listed in the textbook who helped popularize Arminianism.
How do Arminians redefine original sin?
How does the Arminian system depreciate the completed work of Christ by the denial of the security of the believer?
Understand how the Arminian belief in apostasy may lead to an implied “salvation-by-works” doctrine.
Be able to define the terms supralapsarian, infralapsarian, and sublapsarian.
How can conversion best be distinguished from regeneration?
What is the basic definition of the word repentance? In what way does repentance affect the intellect, the emotions, and the will of man?
To what is the validity of one’s faith measured?
What is the basis of faith?
Be able to define justification, noting especially its positional and declarative aspects.
Be able to define regeneration and note the term’s relationship to the biblical concepts of being “born again” and created as a “new creation.”
Know who the agent of regeneration is according to Scripture.
Understand the positional emphasis of adoption within the context of soteriology.
Note the five illustrations found in the New Testament by which the doctrine of “Union with Christ” is taught.
Be able to define the doctrine of “eternal security.”
Understand that sanctification literally means “separation.”
Understand the twofold aspect of this separation: to be “set apart” from sin and to be “set apart” to God.
Understand the three aspects of sanctification for the Christian regarding the past, present and future (positional sanctification, progressive sanctification, and prospective sanctification).