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•  Question 1 
3 out of 3 points
    
    Christ was a single and undivided personality. 
             
    
            
•  Question 2 
3 out of 3 points
    
    What would Jews think who heard Christ calling Himself the "Son of Man"? 
             
                
•  Question 3 
3 out of 3 points
    
    This word describes God became flesh and dwelling among us. 
             
                
•  Question 4 
3 out of 3 points
    
    Who Baptized Jesus? 
             
                
•  Question 5 
3 out of 3 points
    
    Jesus claimed to be a man of human origin who cried out "Make straight the way of the LORD!". 
             
                
•  Question 6 
3 out of 3 points
    
    The object of one’s faith is more important than the amount of faith the person has.            
  Question 7 
3 out of 3 points
    
    The term “only begotten” indicates that God the Father created Jesus.            
                
•  Question 8 
3 out of 3 points
    
    Jesus claimed to have omnipresence, omniscience and omnipotence. 
             
    Selected Answer: 
            
•  Question 9 
3 out of 3 points
    
    When referring to Christ, the term "eternality" means that he is not limited by time, but has no beginning or end. 
             
                
•  Question 10 
3 out of 3 points
    
    The Bible states that Jesus was the creator of the world. 
             
                
•  Question 11 
3 out of 3 points
    
    The fact that Christ allowed people to worship him shows that He thought that he was divine. 
             
                
•  Question 12 
3 out of 3 points
    
    The study of theology should also include how the truths relate to the issues of life.            
                
•  Question 13 
3 out of 3 points
    
    The use of reason is discouraged in the Bible.            
                
•  Question 14 
3 out of 3 points
    
    Faith is a required tool for arranging a systematic theology.            
                
•  Question 15 
3 out of 3 points
    
    The terms theophany and christophany are synonymous.            
    Selected Answer:     True 
            


Question 1       3 out of 3 points
        Jesus claimed to have the ability to forgive sins. 
   Question 2       3 out of 3 points
        The terms theophany and christophany are synonymous.
              Selected Answer
   Question 3      3 out of 3 points
        The term “only begotten” indicates that God the Father created Jesus.
              Selected Answer

   Question 4       3 out of 3 points
        Everyone is a theologian, because everyone has thoughts about God.
              Selected Answer
Question 5       3 out of 3 points
        The use of reason is discouraged in the Bible.
              Selected Answer:         
Question 6       3 out of 3 points
        Formal education is a required tool for arranging a systematic theology.
              Selected Answer

   Question 7       3 out of 3 points
        Christ was a single and undivided personality. 
              Selected Answer:    
   Question 8       3 out of 3 points
        Faith is a required tool for arranging a systematic theology.        

   Question 9       3 out of 3 points
        The Bible states that Jesus was the creator of the world
Question 10      3 out of 3 points
        Jesus did not allow people to worship him.               
   Question 11       3 out of 3 points
        Jesus indicates through his teachings that it is impossible to know truth.
              Selected Answer
Question 12      3 out of 3 points
        Jesus claimed to be a man of human origin who cried out "Make straight the way of the LORD!". 
                       Selected Answer
   Question 13       3 out of 3 points
        When referring to Christ, the term "eternality" means that he is not limited by time, but has no beginning or end. 
                       Selected Answer
   Question 14       3 out of 3 points
        The strength of Christianity is found in its buildings and worship services.
              Selected Answer:      
Question 15       3 out of 3 points
        When was Christianity made Rome's National Religion? 
              Selected Answer

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