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Theology Quiz for the Church

December 26, 2008

Theology quiz:
1) Which more accurately defines the biblical doctrine of the Trinity:
a.) God is One in essence and manifested Himself as 3 different persons: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit in the scriptures.
b.) God is One in essence and is three in person: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit in the scriptures
2) God makes a sinner righteous by:
a) rewarding him with forgiveness of sin and eternal life when he believes/repents.
b) judiciously declaring him innocent and crediting Christ’s righteousness to his account
c) by helping them become better people that honors God by how they live
3) Is it accurate to say that Jesus’ death, burial, and resurrection were enough to secure our salvation? In other words, did Jesus need to do anything else for us?
a) He also needed to be a good person and keep all the law/commandments.
b) No, this was all that was required for us to be saved. Adding anything else to His work takes away from His death and resurrection!
4) The Bible is about:
a) our need for salvation
b) issues of faith
c) reality and the real world
d) God’s glory
e) all of the above
f) only (a) and (d) are correct
5) The creation days account in Genesis 1-2 is:
a) representative of unnamed long periods of time (See 2 Peter 3:8 – “a day is as a thousand years w/ the Lord”)
b) 6 literal 24 hour days
c) we’re not really sure God meant for us to FULLY understand this section of scripture
6) Jesus’ resurrection from the dead was
a) spiritual
b) physical
c) altogether something new – neither physical or spiritual
7) Jesus’ claim that He is the only way to the Father means:
a) that only by direct faith in Him will anyone be saved not matter what their religion says.
b) Jesus is the only Savior for the Christian faith.
c) Jesus is the only Savior for the world although members of other religions may not know His name. God will save people in other faiths even though they may not have direct faith in Jesus per se because “Jesus died for all men’s sins.” The man on the island never heard about Jesus but he is honoring God as best as he can so God will also save him because of what Jesus’ death accomplished!
d)  only (a) and (c) are correct
8) The bible clearly states that God is displeased with someone if they:
a) drink an alcoholic beverage
b) don’t share the gospel
c) don’t tithe at least 10%
d) all of the above
e)  only (a) and (b) are correct
f) only (b) and (c) are correct
9) If we are slipping in our Christian life, God expects us to:
a) work harder at being obedient; pull yourselves up by our bootstraps in common language
b) enlist the help of fellow Christians
c) examine primarily my heart issues
d) let go, let God have control of my life
e) all of the above
f)  (a) and (c) are correct
g) (b) and (c) are correct
10) The eternal destiny of the believer is:
a) heaven
b) with the redeemed of all time
c) in the new heavens and new earth
d) all of the above
e) both (b) and (c) are correct

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. James W permalink
    December 30, 2008 1:27 AM

    1 – A
    2 – B
    3 – A (He had to keep all the prophecies and be sinless right? that’s keeping the laws/commandments)

    4 – F
    5 – B
    6 – B
    7 – A
    8 – Maybe B, but really nothing else
    9 – C and D, actually… maybe E
    10 – D

    :D how did I do?

  2. Kaity Robins permalink
    July 28, 2009 10:08 PM

    1-A
    2-B
    3-A
    4-E
    5-B(I think…)
    6-B
    7-A
    8-F… or maybe just C. I know that tithing is a requirement, so that would mean that not to fulfill it would be a sin by omission?
    9-G
    10-E(I think…)

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