THEO 202 Quiz 1 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. The theologian could not attempt to gain illumination for theology outside the Bible itself. For example, studying what various theologians have said about a doctrine throughout church history.
  2. Theology does not have procedure it follows.
  3. What does unification of the biblical materials require in theology?
  4. Natural theology is…
  5. The theologian attempts to discern what questions the culture is asking and then shapes the presentation of Christian theology to those questions.
  6. The theologian studies various cultural perspectives because…
  7. Correct doctrinal beliefs are essential to the relationship between the believer and God.
  8. Doctrine deals with general or timeless truths about God and the rest of reality.
  9. The goal of theology is to restate timeless biblical truths in a form that understandable in the contemporary moment.
  10. What is the first step in the theological method?
  11. To identify the essence of a doctrine one must…
  12. All areas of theology are equally important meaning there are no essential and non-essential doctrines.

Set 2

  1. What does unification of the biblical materials require in theology?
  2. The goal of theology is to restate timeless biblical truths in a form that understandable in the contemporary moment.
  3. Church tradition is identified as…
  4. To identify the essence of a doctrine one must…
  5. Doctrine deals with general or timeless truths about God and the rest of reality.
  6. Natural theology is…
  7. Correct doctrinal beliefs are essential to the relationship between the believer and God.
  8. The theologian studies various cultural perspectives because…
  9. Theology does not have procedure it follows.
  10. What is the first step in the theological method?
  11. The theologian could not attempt to gain illumination for theology outside the Bible itself. For example, studying what various theologians have said about a doctrine throughout church history.
  12. One of the tools of theology is a study of church history.