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Unformatted text preview: 0 Do not “it the BACK button as "its will lock You Out Of the exam. A o The timer will continue if you leave this exam without submitting it. Results titsplatred Submitted AnswersFeedoack I Question 1 4 out on: points According to inerrantists, the inerrancy of the Bible applies only to the original manuscripts (autographs), not to later copies of these manuscripts. Seiected Answer True Question 2 4 out of4 points Inerrantists believe that the New Testament itself supports the inerrantis‘l position, but concede that the Old Testament is silent on the matter. Selected AltSWeE Fatse Question 3 4 out out points What View of sanctiftcation understands the "tone of God" to be the proper object of sanctificat'ron? Setecteo Answer: the Wesleyan View Question 4 4 out on: points Which View of sanctification places its primary exege‘tical support upon Romans 678‘? Serected Answer: the Keswfck View Question 5 4 out of 4 points There is no evidence among the apostolic fathers of sacramentalism. This did not occur until the time of Constantine. Setected Answer False Question 6 4 out 014 points The memorial View of the Lord’s Supper is a sacramental approach to communion; in other words, the practice of communion imparts grace upon the participant. Setected Answer: False Question 7 4 out of 4 points V Question 7 4 out or4 points The spiritual presence View does not see symbol and sacrament as mutually exclusive. Selected Answer True Question 8 4 out on points According to the spiritual presence proponents, the memorial View of the Lord’s Supper has no clear precedent before the sixteenth century, Selected AltSlllleE True Question 9 4 out on points According to the inerrantist position, one cannot find a Christian theologian before the modern period (seventeenth century) who claimed that the Blhle makes mistakes (assuming that it is properly understood), Selected Answer True Question 1 o 4 out of 4 points Which of the following views places the highest ethical degree of importance upon what humans are in the lmago Dei as opposed to what they do in the Imago Del? Selected Answer The Substantival View Question 11 4 out of 4 points The restoration view of Genesis 1 approaches the Hebrew word yam as referring to a literal 24 hour day. Selected Answer True Question 12 4 out out points Match the following views with their corresponding definitions, Question Selected Match The Lutheran view of sanctilicatlon D. a believer is sanctified in the salne way that he isjustifled — Dv trusting God to perform the act. The refon'ned View of Sanctiflcation A. Sanctiflcation is the outgrowth of participation in Christ. The Keswick View C, Sanct'rricatlon is achieved through a crisis experience with the Holy Spirit The Wesleyan View B, Entire sanctification is possible and '5 the calling of God for all believers, Question 1 3 4 out of 4 points Which wew understands the DIOHOUDS in the statement, ‘Let [IS make man in OUI Image," 3.5 refernng l0 G00 and the angels? Selected Answer The Functional View Question 14 4 out out points According to Lutzer, in the years following the “conversion“ of Constantine, infant baptism became the link through which the church and the state were united. Selected Answer: True Question 15 4 out or 4 points For inerrantists, the argument from epistemology asks the question, “Who determines what in the Bible is inerrant and what is not inerrant if the Bible is not indeed inerrant in all things?” Selected Answer: True Question 1 6 4 out or 4 points At the Council of Trent, the Roman Catholic Church denounced transubsmntiation as a Protestant heresy. Selected Answer False Question 1? 0 out or 4 points The substantival view of the Mega Dei is the View least supported by church tradition, but it is the most popular view today. Seiected Answer: True Question 18 4 out of 4 potnts The early church theologian Tertullian was the first church father to expressly argue in favor of infant baptism. Selected Answer: False Question 19 Match the view to the con-esponding definition. Question Selected Match The Substantial View B. The lmago Dei is the soul The Functional View C. The Imago Dei is the dominion that man has over the earth The Relational View A. The lmago Dei is the capacity for love that man has for God and his fellow man 4 out of 4 points Question 20 Infallibilists agree that the biblical authors presupposed a premodern view of the world, and thus these premodern perceptions recorded in Scripture are not technically accurate. Selected Answer True 4 out ot 4 points Question 21 The “spiritual presence” View of the Lord’s Supper is also known as transubstantiation. This is the View of the Roman Catholic Church. Selected Answer False 4 out ot 4 points Question 22 Which view depends upon a trinitarian interpretation ot the pronouns in the statement, "Let us make man in our image?" Selected Answer The Relational View 4 out ot 4 points Question 23 Which of the following views of sanctification sees justification and sanctirication as "two sides of the same COih?" Selected Answer the Lutheran View Of sanctification 4 out at 4 points Question 24 Roman Catholics argue that because Christ ofien quotes from the Apocrypha, that this fact justifies its inclusion into canonical scripture. Selected Answer False 4 out of 4 points The Refermers, namely figures such as Lulher, Zwingli, and Calvin, were in universal agreementmalthe armorial View was the bflllieal teaching regarding file Lord’s Supper. Selected lewen True Smuday, June '11, 2017 10:00:24 PM EDT ...
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THEO 350 Module One Study Guide Materials: Across the Spectrum Chapter 6, Doctrines that Divide Chapters 1 & 2 Study Hints and Questions: (Across the Spectrum 6) Be able to define and distinguish between the classical Christological position and the kenotic Christological position.-Classical: o Jesus was fully human, but at the same time still possessed the same powers as God and was able to be both human and God at the same time. This is like that of having two minds. One being a human mind and the other being a spiritual godly mind. Jesus was able to control these two minds and was able to “switch” back and forth when needed.-Kenotic: o Jesus completely set aside everything that would hold Him back from becoming totally human. He was still God, but He was in a human body and therefore was not capable of having the powers of God. It is because of His past experience with the Father that He knew how to live and how to behave so He was able to still live a perfect life for God the Father this way. (Across the Spectrum 6) Does the classical position hold that Jesus had one nature, or two? Does this same position hold that Jesus was one person, or two?-