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Question 1 What is the meaning for the word 'almah?'

Question 2 There is only one Greek word used in the New Testament for “redemption.

Question 3 The Lord’s Prayer embryonically contains everything a Christian must know and every way that a Christian must pray.

Question 4 The story of the Bible can be summarized with the word “redemption.”

Question 5 The central claim of Christianity is the resurrection of Jesus.

Question 6 The Greek word proseuchamai means “peace.”

 Question 7 The resurrection of Jesus points to the future resurrection of those who trust in him.

 Question 8 Sanctification a three-fold process (we are sanctified at salvation, set apart from sin after salvation, and will finally be perfectly sanctified when we meet Christ).

Question 9 This word means to Satisfy God's just wrath against sin with an offering

Question 10 After Jesus' resurrection those closest to him, such as his half-brother James, still did not believe he was the Messiah.

Question 11 Christ's resurrection provides our future resurrection.

Question 12 Who is the first person in the Bible described as having been justified by faith?

Question 13 What does Dr. Towns believe is the best translation for the word 'almah' in Isaiah 7:14?

 Question 14 Moses, Isaiah, and Jeremiah all are Old Testament authors who spoke about Christ's future birth?

Question 15 The Bible records the Virgin Birth as a fact.

 

 

Theo 104 Quiz 4

  1. The bible affirms that Jesus is both 100 percent God and 100 percent man.
  2. The bible records the virgin birth as a fact.
  3. Moses, Isiah, and Jeremiah all are Old Testament authors who spoke about Christ’s future birth?
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  5. This is consummation sanctification, for God will not complete the process until we arrive in heaven.
  6. Who is the first person in the bible described as having been justified by faith?
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  8. Personal Guilt is condition of the sinner standing guilty.
  9. All religions express their relationship to God the same way.
  10. There is only one Greek word used in the New Testament for redemption.
  11. After Jesus resurrection those closest to him such as his half-brother James still did not believe he was the Messiah.
  12. What is a vicar?
  13. The resurrection of Jesus points to the future resurrection of those who trust in him.
  14. The Greek word proseuchamai means peace.
  15. The Old Testament sacrifices were temporary, but the sacrifice of Christ in the cross is a permanent sacrifice.
  16. What does Dr. Towns believe is the best translation for the word almah in Isiah 7:14?
  17. Man is not reconciled to God through the actual blood of Christ, rather the blood is a metaphor for the moral and noble life of Christ that should compel man to seek after God.

 

 

Question 1 What does Dr. Towns believe is the best translation for the word 'almah' in Isaiah 7:14?

Question 2 There is only one Greek word used in the New Testament for “redemption.” Question 3 This word means to Satisfy God's just wrath against sin with an offering

Question 4 Christ's resurrection provides our future resurrection.:

Question 5 The resurrection of Jesus points to the future resurrection of those who trust in him. Selected Answer:

Question 6 This is consummational sanctification, for God will not complete the process until we arrive in heaven.

Question 7 Who is the first person in the Bible described as having been justified by faith? Question 8 This word means "To buy out of"

Question 9 The Bible records the Virgin Birth as a fact.

 Question 10 The Old Testament sacrifices where temporary, but the sacrifice of Christ on the cross is a permanent sacrifice

Question 11 The Lord’s Prayer embryonically contains everything a Christian must know and every way that a Christian must pray.

Question 12 The story of the Bible can be summarized with the word “redemption.” Question 13 What is the meaning for the word 'almah?'

Question 14 A legal standing by which we are declared righteous before God, and, on the basis of this judicial act, the Christian enjoys the life and peace of God.

Question 15 What is a "vicar"?

 

 

 

The biblical definition of death is the separation of a person's body and spirit.
 

     
       

 

 

 
 

The Day of Atonement was repeated every fifth year in the nation of Israel.

     

 

 

 
 

Jesus predicted His death and resurrection.
 

     

 

 

 
 

Personal guilt is condition of the sinner standing guilty.
 

     
       

 

 

 
 

The word sanctify can be correctly defined as "the eradication of the sin nature."
 

     

 

 

 
 

The Bible records the Virgin Birth as a fact.

     
       

 

 

 
 

The story of the Bible can be summarized with the word “redemption.”

     
       

 

 

 

 
 

There is only one Greek word used in the New Testament for “redemption.”

     

Selected Answer:

False

     

 

 

 
 

This is consummational sanctification, for God will not complete the process until we arrive in heaven.
 

     
       

 

 

 
 

The law is a unit; to break one is to break all.
 

     
       

 

 

 
 

The Lord’s Prayer embryonically contains everything a Christian must know and every way that a Christian must pray.

     

Selected Answer:

True

     

 

 

 
 

The Old Testament sacrifices where temporary, but the sacrifice of Christ on the cross is a permanent sacrifice.

     

Selected Answer:

True

     

 

 

 
 

Who is the first person in the Bible described as having been justified by faith?
 

     

 

 

 
 

What is a "vicar"?
 

     
       

 

 

 
 

Sanctification that involves the struggles of victor, and defeat of the Christian in this present life.
 

     

 

 

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