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1

Who showed Christian helpful things to teach him important lessons?

Interpreter

2

Who warned Christian not to turn out of the way again?

Evangelist

3

Who jerked Christian through the wicket-gate to avoid his being hit by Beelzebub's arrows?

Goodwill

4

Man's sin was represented by...

Dust

5

Man's unsanctified heart was represented by...

Large Parlor

6

The Law was represented by...

The First Sweeper

7

The Gospel was represented by...

The Sweeper who Sprinkled Water

8

What words were written over the wicket-gate?

"Knock and it shall be opened unto you."

9

In addition to a faithful minister, what else does the Interpreter represent?

Holy Spirit

10

Whom does the wicket-gate represent?

Christ

11

What two requirements does justice demand of a substitute?

Innocence and be of
the same species

12

Every doctrine of Scripture depends on every other doctrine. Explain how this is evident using the doctrine of the virgin birth of Christ as your supporting evidence.

Christ had to be born into the world to be of our species. Yet, if he had had earthly parents, He would have been born in sin (as are all other men) and would not have been innocent. Therefore, God provided Him with a virgin birth. He was born of a woman but without a sin nature. He was from His birth a human and yet perfect and sinless. No other way could be found to satisfy both the justice and the holiness of God.

If there were no virgin birth, then He is not innocent; thus, He cannot be our substitute; therefore, justice cannot pardon or forgive us of sin, and we must all die and spend eternity in hell.