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Quiz 3 Study Guide
Towns: pp. 555–618
Know the five reasons why the study of anthropology (from a biblical perspective) is important.
Be able to define and distinguish between the following four approaches to origins:
Regarding the creation of man in “the image of God,” understand that this image relates to man’s immaterial parts, not his physical parts.
Furthermore, be able to distinguish between and define the following aspects of the image of God in man:
Be able to define and distinguish between the various views regarding the transmission of man’s immaterial parts.
Which view (theory of pre-existence, creationism, or Traducian) does the presenter hold?
What is the “Trichotomy View” in relation to defining man’s immaterial nature? According to the presentations, what objections are there to this view?
What is the “Dichotomy View” in relation to defining man’s immaterial nature?
From the presentations, what supporting arguments do you find strongest for this view?
Principally, on what does the term “soul” center in regards to man?
Principally, on what does the term “spirit” center in regards to man?
Be able to define and distinguish between the following biblical phrases relating to the whole person:
How does the presenter define the biblical use of the word “heart?”
Understand the multifaceted scope of the term “heart” as used in Scripture, noting its use as related to thought and reflection, emotion, moral consciousness, and volition.
Understand how the conscience works in light of knowledge.
Know that the heart is the seat of the work of regeneration and is affected by this work.