Flashcards in Test 3 Deck (38)
Define Penal substitutionary atonement
when Christ bore our sin penalty and died. He is our substitute
What are two objections to penal substitutionary?
its not true forgiveness
What does the resurrection of Jesus declare about Him
He is righteous
Promised Son of David
Aceptable sacrifice for our sins
the promised recipient of the Holy Spirit
What is the difference between the general call and the effectual call?
the general call is the offer of salvation to all and is head by all
the effectual call is only heard by the saved and it accomplishes its goal in regeneration and conversion
What are the 3 elements of saving faith?
knowledge of the basic facts of the Gospel
assent to the truth of these facts
trust in Jesus Christ alone for salvation
Define conditional election:
God elects an individual based on his foreknowledge that they will believe the gospel
Define corporate election:
God has elected all that who are in Christ will be elect, but God does not chose who those will be
Define unconditional election:
God freely choses whom He will save
What does Buddy Grey say about election?
election is not a decree to destroy, but to save
means we can never write anybody off
no one is never saved against his will
God is sovereign and man is responsible
What is justification?
God declares the believer to be not guilty before God
God imputes to the believer the righteousness of Jesus Christ
What is Jesus passive obedience?
when Christ bore God's wrath while the cross
What is Jesus active obedience?
Jesus obeying during His life on earth
Define sola fide:
by faith alone
Define definitive sanctification:
when you are set apart at the moment of justification
Define progressive sanctification:
continual life long process where the Holy Spirit makes us more and more like Christ
What is the relationship between the church and the kingdom of God?
The Church is the initial manifestation of the Kingdom
The church points to the coming kingdom of God
What are 3 Baptist distinctives?
regenerate church membership
priesthood of believers
What is the Anarchist model?
no church gov't
What is the pragmatist model?
whatever works for you
What is the episcopal model?
governed by bishops
What is the presbyterian model?
ruled by elders
What is the congregational model?
congregation makes the decisions and led by a pastor/ and elders sometimes
the taking up of believers into heaven when Christ returns secretly, prior to the great tribulation
there is no literal thousand year reign
the view that Christ will return to the earth after the millennium . in this view, the millennium is an age of peace and righteousness on the earth that is brought about by the progress of the gospel and the growth of the church but not by Christ's physical presence on earth
Christ will return to the earth before the millennium
Origen of Alexandria