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For since the creation of the world God's invisible qualities—his eternal power and divine nature—have been



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For since the creation of the world God's invisible qualities—his eternal power and divine nature—have been
clearly seen, being understood from what has been made, so that men are without excuse.
This is an example of
A) The cosmological argument
B) The teleological argument
C) The ontological argument
D) The moral argument
6. Romans 2:14,15 (NIV) reads
14 (Indeed, when Gentiles, who do not have the law, do by nature things required by the law, they area law for
themselves, even though they do not have the law, 15 since they show that the requirements of the law are written
on their hearts, their consciences also bearing witness, and their thoughts now accusing, now even defending
them.)
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C) The ontological argument
D) The moral argument
7. Biblical Christianity is unique among major world religions in that it
A) Claims salvation is not based on works
B) Holds to theism
C) Seeks to win converts
D) Believes the Old Testament is true
8. Protestants accept the following as the authoritative standard for the practice of their faith
A) Church tradition
B) 66 Books of the Bible and the Apocrypha
C) 66 Books of the Bible
D) 66 Books of the Bible and church tradition
9. Which of the following is not a valid test for the reliability of a historical document
A) Scientific experimentation
B) Internal evidence test
C) External evidence test
D) Bibliographical test
10. The three branches of the Christian Church agree
A) The 66 Books of the Old and New Testament are inspired by God
B) There is one God made known as the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit
C) Jesus Christ is the only way to salvation
D) All of the above
11. In explaining the Trinity, one might present all of the following except
A) God is one
B) The Holy Spirit gives life
C) The Holy Spirit is a force like electricity
D) Jesus arose from the grave, revealing himself as the Son of God
12. The Dead Sea Scrolls are important in confirming the reliability of the Old Testament because
A) The Dead Sea Scrolls are more accurate than the Massoretic text, thereby providing a more reliable copy of the Old Testament
B) The Dead Sea Scrolls generally agree with the Massoretic text, suggesting that the Massorites copied the Old Testament faithfully over the centuries.
C) The Dead Sea Scrolls confirm that God parted the waters of the Dead Sea, allowing the
Israelites to cross.
D) None of the above
13. The Northern Kingdom of Israel fell to the Assyrians in
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D) 536 BC.
14. Judaism accepts the following as their authority for faith and practice
A) The Bible
B) The Old Testament (Tanakh) and Tradition (primarily in the Talmud)
C) Only the Law found in the Mishnah
D) None of the above
15. Christians and Jews agree that
A) The Old Testament is inspired
B) Jesus is the Messiah
C) Neither A nor B
D) Both A and B
16. Biblical Christianity is unique among major world religions in that it
A) Claims salvation is not based on works
B) Holds to theism
C) Seeks to win converts
D) Believes the Old Testament is true
17. Christians and Hindus disagree on
A) The existence of one God who is separate from the world
B) The doctrine of salvation
C) The poor are generally closer to God than are the rich
D) All of the above
18. Christians and Buddhists disagree on
A) The idea that one can know God
B) How the universe came into being
C) The reality of the universe
D) All of the above
19. Christians and Confucians agree on
A) Practicing good moral conduct
B) One can know God
C) Salvation comes through faith in God
D) All of the above
20. Cults
A) Deny that Jesus is God’s only begotten Son
B) Deny salvation by grace through faith alone
C) Have a non-Biblical view of the Trinity
D) All of the above
21. The scientific method
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B) Does not test things that occurred in history
C) Cannot disprove or prove the existence of God
D) All of the above
22. Creationism better explains the existence of species today than Evolution because
A) There is alack of intermediate fossils linking the species
B) There is scientific proof that the earth is too young to allow for evolution
C) Randomness works against the design seen in nature
DA and C
23. The following is true of uniformitarianism:
A) The present is the key to the past
B) Geological forces today operate at the same rate as they did in the past
C) Uniformitarianism supports the idea that the earth is old enough for creatures to have evolved

D) All of the above
24. It is important to believe in the Biblical account of the flood because
A) Paleontology says there was no flood, and paleontologists are not Christians
B) Jesus Christ said that there was a flood
C) The Old Testament says there was a flood, and Scripture is reliable
DB and C
25. Defending the Christian faith requires that you
A) Know the Bible
B) Know something about the other person’s worldview
C) Pray
D) All of the above

Answers
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