Flashcards in Final Exam Deck (49):
How many persons are there in the Godhead?
True or False: God tempts us to do evil so that He can see whether we truly love Him or not.
There is a God.
There is one God.
There are many gods.
Spirit worship. Spirit beings or gods are in everything.
Everything is God and God is everything.
There is no God.
Humans are the beginning and end of all things. No God will save man. Man must save himself.
God may or may not exist; it is impossible for us to know.
God started it all and then let it continue “on its own.”
According to Romans 12:1-2, who or what should we be consecrated to?
Excessive desire, especially to meet one’s physical needs is called
True or False: Sanctification is an act of God that happens at one specific point in time and does not need to be continued.
If we don't love, what does that indicate about our relationship with God?
We don't know Him.
Explain how God is able to simultaneously justly punish sin and display mercy on sinners?
By punishing Christ for our sins.
True or False: A good person is someone who does more good things than bad things.
What scripture verse tells us the answer to the question, "Where am I going?"
True or False: Non-theistic world views are able to believe in moral absolutes because they can find a basis in the heart of man.
True or False: God often works outside of natural laws to provide for His people.
What was the only time a bad thing happened to a good person?
When Jesus suffered and died on the cross to save us from our sins.
Explain how you should respond when bad things happen in your life.
You should realize it as a test of faith by God. Even so, none of us are truly "good," so it would be silly to think the phrase: "Why do bad things happen to good people?" The only perfect human being that suffered, and He suffered the most, was Jesus Christ who died on the cross for our sins.
___________ is our high priest.
Where is the answer to the question "Why am I here?" found?
Which "tense" of salvation refers to a future act when we ultimately become Christ-like?
What word means: "compassion that forbears punishing even when justice demands it"?
Explain how God demonstrated both justice and mercy in the Flood.
God justly punished sin while mercifully saving Noah and his family.
True or False: God is just and merciful in both the Old and New Testaments.
How many gods are there?
What word refers to a tool for controlling a horse and also provides the root of the word sovereign?
True or False: When God establishes His kingdom, the world will be similar to the Garden.
Where is the answer to the question "Where am I going?" found?
Which worldview does not allow for a supernatural influence on the world?
Which "tense" of salvation refers to a past act that was completed when we became a Christian?
What scripture verse tells us the answer to the question, "Who am I?"
1 John 3:1
What scripture verse tells us the answer to the question, "Why am I here?"
Write a one paragraph summary of the doctrine of the trinity.
There are three persons in one God: The Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. Each one is of equal importance of the other, and they all have a specific role. The Father is up in heaven, the Son at His right side (He also died on the cross to save us from our sins), and the Holy Spirit working inside of us and convicting us to do the right thing.
True or False: Job never found out why he suffered so many things.
For Jesus death to matter he needed to be (check all that apply)
How long have God's sovereign plans existed?
Since the beginning of creation.
Where is the answer to the question "Who am I?" found?
Which "tense" of salvation refers to a present act that was continues for our entire Christian life?
There are just three options for who Jesus was. He was either _________________, ___________________, or ______________________.
Lord, liar, lunatic
What word means: "fairness: conformity to a standard, righteousness."