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Arts and Humanities
FINALS! Bible 11 - Spring Semester Study Guide (MULTIPLE CHOICE)
Terms in this set (95)
Which would best describe man's nature according to the Bible?
Man sins because he/she is a sinner.
According to the Bible, at what point is man considered a sinner?
From birth (conception)
What part of man has been impacted by sin?
According to Romans, how many are righteous?
What passage says man cannot change himself? (leopard cannot change his spots)
What passage speaks of man being enslaved to sin?
What passage refers to man having a heart of stone (dead)?
How does Ephesians 2:1 describe the sinful condition of man?
Dead in sin
What does Paul say in 1 Corinthians 2:14 about the sinful condition of man?
Unable to know the things of good
According to Romans, how many are good?
According to Jeremiah 17:9, what is deceitful above all things and desperately wicked?
Definition: Through the sacrificial death of Christ, God repaired the broken RELATIONSHIP that existed between sinful humanity and Himself which results in peace where there was once hostility.
Definition: Jesus faced and extinguished the wrath of God instead of us and His death SATISFIED or APPEASED the judgement of God against our sin.
Definition: The death of Christ set us free (liberate) from the slavery of sin and death (to be bought back).
Definition: The sovereign act of God in which he DECLARES the guilty sinner to be righteous and his/her sins to be forgiven.
Definition: The secret act of God in which he imparts spiritual LIFE.
Definition: A progressive work of God and man that makes us more and more free from sin and like Christ in our actual lives.
What background (scenario) is pictured in the term "justification"?
What background (scenario) is pictured in the term "redemption"?
Jesus said that he did not come to be served but to serve and to give his like as a _____________ for many.
What does REDEMPTION imply about humanity?
Man is enslaved/in bondage
What does PROPITIATION imply about humanity?
Man is deserving of God's wrath
What does RECONCILIATION imply about humanity?
Man is God's enemy
What does JUSTIFICATION imply about humanity?
Man is condemned (guilty)
What does the Son do in the work of redemption?
He accomplishes it
What does the Father do in the work of redemption?
He plans and orchestrates it
What does the Holy Spirit do in the work of redemption?
He applies it to us
How is the objective work of Christ applied to the sinner personally?
To whom is the ransom paid?
What does atonement mean?
Definition: Christ's coming was not to provide salvation for all mankind but to render certain the salvation of the elect.
Definition: The death of Christ was sufficient for all people, but efficient for a limited number.
Argument of Support: God provided salvation only for His people (Matthew 1:21) and the church (Acts 20:28)
Argument of Support: The death of Christ is said to be for all mankind (all, world)
Argument of Support: In order for the gospel to be sincerely offered to all mankind, Christ had to have died for all mankind.
Argument of Support: Christ only died for those the Father gave to Him.
Argument of Support: The love of God is said to be for the whole world, therefore Christ's death is to all people.
Argument of Support: Christ died for the elect in every geographical location.
Which view argues that the whole human race is lost in sin and totally corrupted by sin, therefore he/she is unable to respond to God's offer of salvation because mankind is spiritually dead?
Which view argues that "foreknowledge" is not just knowledge of future events, but is a RELATIONAL term showing that God has loved and related to the elect before they came into existence and chose them to be saved because he chose to love them regardless of their deeds?
Which view argues that God would be UNFAIR to choose only some to eternal life because this would violate man's free will to choose?
Which view argues that "foreknowledge" in Romans 8 is referring to the fact that God looked throughout time and saw that individuals would of their own free will choose Him, so conditioned upon their foreseen faith He chose them?
Which view argues that God has selected SOME to be saved (not all) and He has even chosen not to reveal some truths to some people?
Which view argues that a person can come to God ONLY if God draws him - free will is not enough?
Which view argues that election is an expression of God's sovereign will and God is actually the cause of man's faith - it is according to His good pleasure?
Which views uses 1 Timothy 2:3-4 and 2 Peter 3:9 that argues that God desires ALL persons to be saved and does not delight in the death of the wicked?
Which view argues that God CHOOSES individuals regardless of their physical descent, character, or good deeds?
Which view argues the fact that God gives a UNIVERSAL call to ALL men to repent and turn to Christ?
Which view argues that God's election is CONDITIONED upon the FORESEEN faith of those who will eventually believe in Him?
Which view argues that God would be UNJUST to hold people responsible for what they are unable to do?
What attribute says that God is flawless, fully righteous, perfect, free from any stain of sin?
What attribute says that God abhors all sin and will rightly punish it?
What attribute says that all things are under His rule and control and nothing happens in this universe without His direction or permission?
What attribute says that God is set apart, separate, distinct from anything else?
What attribute says that God eternally gives of himself to others?
What attribute of God do the angels repeat three times?
Why is "holy" repeated three times?
To emphasize God's holiness
The Flood or the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah are examples of what kind of wrath?
What Old Testament figure suffered greatly and said "The Lord gives, and the Lord takes away; blessed be the name of the Lord"?
Who said, in reference to God's sovereignty, "You meant it for evil, but God meant it for good"?
The giving of man over to his/her sin by God (God removing His restraining influence) is an example of what kind of wrath?
The tribulation (judgements on the earth) spoken of in Revelation is an example of what kind of wrath?
Last Days Wrath
God's wrath poured out on Christ on the cross for sinners is an example of what kind of wrath?
God not only created but he also sustains and upholds all that He has created is an example of sovereignty over what?
Sovereign over nature & weather
What passage speaks of God being sovereign over disabilities?
What did God create man from?
What did God create woman from?
How did Adam and Eve respond to God after eating from the tree?
They hid from His presence
What did the serpent say when tempting Eve?
"You will not surely die. For God knows that when you eat of it your eyes will be opened, and you will be like God, knowing good and evil."
This view says that not only are all people equal before God in their personhood, but there are no gender-based limitation in roles that each can fulfill in the home, the church, and the society.
This view says that although men and women are created equal in their being and personhood, they are created with different roles and responsibilities that are manifested in marriage, daily life, and church leadership.
This view uses the Trinity as an example of total equality in personhood and yet distinct roles each Person played. For example, the Son submitted to the will of the Farmer and yet He was and is fully divine (God) and not less God than the Father.
This view says Ephesians 5 refers to the husband as the head of the wife even as Christ is the head of the church; therefore male leadership or headship is something that should continue today.
This view uses Proverbs 31 to demonstrate that the ideal woman has business dealings outside of the home and thus she is NOT limited to the role of being a homemaker.
This view says Israel's history has examples of male leadership with kinds and priests and Jesus keep this going by choosing 12 men (not women) as his disciples.
This view says that patriarchy (male leadership) is the RESULT of the Fall.
This view emphasizes that the submission the wife is to give to her husband is the same submission all believers are to give to one another as there is to be mutual submission.
This view says that 1 Timothy 2 prohibits women from teaching roles in the church due to the created order of Adam being created first, then Eve.
This view says that both Jesus and Paul commend numerous women in their ministries so this demonstrates their leadership and involvement in the local church.
This view says that you must take into consideration that God did at time use women in leadership roles throughout Scripture.
This view says that though Ephesians 5 does mention husbands as the "head," the true meaning of the word should be translated source, so Paul does not envision the husband as having authority over his wife, but the source of her, since Eve came from Adam.
What passage tells us that God made mankind in His image and likeness?
What was the simple command that God gave to Adam in Genesis 2:16-17?
"The tree of the knowledge of good and evil you shall not eat, for ... you shall surely die."
Image of God: Adam and Eve were more than animated clay; they were endowed with a genuine capacity to know God, fellowship with Him, and respond to God in obedience, worship, and gratitude.
Image of God: Man has an innate sense of right and wrong which is a reflection of God's perfect sense of right and wrong.
Image of God: Man has the ability to think about and process information, which is a reflection of God's Omniscience.
Image of God: Man has the desire to be in community. This is a reflection of God's perfect community within the Trinity.
Image of God: Adam ad Eve had a beginning, but they were created to live forever. Sin of course altered this, but the core of man (soul) is eternal.
Image of God: Adam and Eve were granted the freedom to choose.
Who plunged the entire human race into sin?
What is the chief end of man? Why was man created?
To glorify God and enjoy Him forever
What or who is the crown of God's creation?
Definition: to put in order, arrange, or appoint
What does it mean when we say we have inherited Adam's guilt?
God charges the sin of Adam to everyone
In what way does man represent God?
By being a steward of His creation
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