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THEO 202 Study Guide 4 complete Answers | Rated A+
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THEO 202 Study Guide 4 complete Answers | Rated A+

Quiz 4 Study Guide

Towns: pp. 623–660

  • In what way can the church be defined and distinguished as both an organism and an organization?
  • In what way should the church be described as revolutionary?
  • Is the church a doctrine found in the Old Testament?
  • How does the term “church” (ecclesia) relate to the concept of “called out ones?”
  • In what way does the phrase “upon this rock” have a dual meaning?
  • What does the term “dispensation” mean?
  • On what basis are people from all dispensations saved?
  • Why should the synagogue not be seen as a “blueprint” for the church?
  • How should the word “church” be defined when used in a non-technical way?
  • Can the word “church,” when used in the technical sense, refer to an “unassembled” assembly?
  • If so, then in what way are the “unassembled” still an assembly?
  • What is the most-used analogy of the church in the Bible?
  • In regards to the “temple” analogy, to what do the 3 sections of the building (foundation, cornerstone, and building blocks) refer? 
  • What is the major teaching in regards to the picture of the bride and the groom (as an analogy depicting the relationship of Christ to his bride, the church)?
  • Understand that the church is a body of priests, and be able to distinguish between the role of the Old Testament priest and the function of the New Testament believer as a priest.
  • Know that the family of God picture emphasizes a very important aspect of unity within the church: the bringing together of Jews and Gentiles into one family of God.
  • What 2 ordinances is the local church to administer? 
  • To what does the local church put itself under for the purpose of discipline?
  • Is the local church an assembly of professing believers, or actual believers only?
  • Understand the actual body view of the baptism of the Holy Spirit, and be familiar with the other views explaining the baptism of the Holy Spirit.
  • Be familiar with the various views concerning when the church began.
  • What view does the textbook hold for the beginning of the church?

Rivera: Chapter 10

  • Be familiar with the discussion about Samaria, and identify the examples of specific countries that the author discusses.
  • Who does Rivera cite as an author who discusses the subject of suffering? What does this author have to say?
  • True or false: According to Rivera, even up until the beginning of the 19th century, most people never in their entire lives traveled more than a few miles from their own homes.
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