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THEO 202 Study Guide 8 complete Answers | Rated A+
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THEO 202 Study Guide 8 complete Answers | Rated A+

Quiz 8 Study Guide

Towns: pp. 809–853

Be familiar with the prominent perspectives on hell during the period of the church fathers and the Middle Ages. 

What is the Hebrew (Old Testament) word for the grave, often translated in the King James Version as “hell?”

Be familiar with the textbook understanding of the account of Lazarus and the rich man (Luke 16:19–31).

Be familiar with the alternative theories concerning the state of the unsaved dead.             

Did the Hebrew notion of the afterlife include express distinctions with places designated for the righteous and the unrighteous?  If so, was this notion canonical or non-canonical?

What term is used in the New Testament to designate the place of the underworld? 

To what does the NT term gehenna literally refer?  How is this term translated in the NT?

Will the righteous in heaven ever have a view toward those who are suffering in hell?

Should “destruction” be understood in the sense of “annihilation”?

Does the term “second death” refer to the cessation of life?

What does the theory of annihilation mean in reference to the doctrine of hell? 

What is purgatory, and what is its purpose? 

Is the doctrine of purgatory found in the canon of Scripture?

What is the doctrine of “universalism” in relation to the eternal state of mankind?

When it comes to the resurrected body, what is the meaning of the expression “like Him”?

Be familiar with the various popular questions and answers regarding the believer’s activities and experiences in heaven, including the possibility of growth and whether or not we will be able to recognize people we knew.

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