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1

T or F

Integrity is a code of conduct.

False.

2

T or F

Integrity will lead to a code of conduct.

True.

3

T or F

You can have conduct without character.

True.

4

T or F

Personal holiness or personal integrity will often dictate your code of conduct.

False.

It ALWAYS will.

5

T or F

Holiness is governed by principles you must establish in your own life.

True.

Holiness is governed by principles YOU must establish in YOUR OWN life.

6

T or F

A Christians personal conduct is always situational depending on the circumstances and the people you're with.

False.

7

T or F

Mt. 6:21, "For where your treasure is, there will your heart be also." show us ultimately our values dictate our conduct.

True.

8

T or F

People get in trouble when their minds have no fixed principles.

True.

9

T or F

Doing the right thing will never cost you.

False.

10

T or F

The cornerstone of holiness are the principles and commands established by the word
of God.

True.

11

T or F

No one really attempts to use the Bible to justify their sin.

False.

The Pharisees.

12

T or F

Absent the core values of the Bible a carnal men is always able to justify his actions.

True.

13

T or F

Jesus said the Pharisees did not go far enough in some ways.

True.

They did the minimum and said, "Im righteous."

14

T or F

Jesus said we must do less than the righteousness of the Pharisees because they were
legalistic.

False.

"..unless your righteousness exceed..."

15

T or F

Convictions are necessary but cannot be preached as Bible commands.

True.

16

T or F

Biblical principles must be concretely applied and obeyed or we are sinning.

True.

17

T or F

Commands are not optional unless unless we live in a very different cultural setting
than the Bible.

False.

18

T or F

1 Thess. 5:22 is a command to remove yourself from even an appearance of evil.

True.

19

T or F

Our Christian freedom belongs to us.

False.

20

T or F

Our Christian freedom belongs to God.

True.

21

T or F

The NLT gives a good translation of the Greek “exoutheneo” in Rom. 14:3 which means
“look down on”.

False.

"utterly despise."

22

T or F

The Greek “exoutheneo” in Rom. 14:3 is best translated “despise” because it means not merely “looking down on” but to “despise utterly” another brother.

True.

23

T or F

In Romans 14 only the “stronger brother” was trying to honor God.

False.

Both were.

24

T or F

In Romans 14 both the “weaker brother” and “stronger brother” were trying to honor God in their conduct.

True.

25

T or F

In Rom. 14:7, “For none of us liveth to himself, & no man dieth to himself.” basically means the same as “no man is an island” showing we must live in community.

False.

26

T or F

Paul says even our Christian freedoms belong to God.

True.

27

T or F

Paul says our freedoms shouldn’t destroy another person God died for.

True.

28

T or F

We can do things that others disagree with no matter what they think.

False.

29

T or F

We are commanded to serve Christ even in our Christian freedoms.

True.

30

T or F

We serve Christ by not offending a weaker brother through not participating in Christian freedom issues that offend.

True.