THEO 202 Quiz 5 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. The Calvinist position of perseverance states…
  2. The Arminian view of perseverance states…
  3. A benefit of adoption is becoming God’s child.
  4. In one sense, union with Christ is an inclusive term for the whole of salvation.
  5. Which theologian says that justification determines one’s final status before God which has been overlooked by many theologians.
  6. What is not true about our union with Christ?
  7. The language of justification is…
  8. Glorification is the final stage in the process of salvation.
  9. A major issue over which there has been disagreement thought church history is whether the process of sanctification is ever completed within the earthly lifetime of the believer.
  10. Adoption introduces a type of relationship with God quite different from that which humans in general have with him.
  11. An implication of our union with Christ is that now we can live in Christ’s strength.
  12. Justification is God’s action pronouncing sinners righteous in his sight; it is a forensic act imputing the righteousness of Christ to the believer.

Set 2

  1. The Calvinist position of perseverance states…
  2. Justification is God’s action pronouncing sinners righteous in his sight; it is a forensic act imputing the righteousness of Christ to the believer.
  3. The term sanctification means…
  4. There are no objections raised to the view that justification is judicial in nature.
  5. Glorification is the final stage in the process of salvation.
  6. A major issue over which there has been disagreement thought church history is whether the process of sanctification is ever completed within the earthly lifetime of the believer.
  7. The language of justification is…
  8. Which theologian says that justification determines one’s final status before God which has been overlooked by many theologians.
  9. The theological model describing our union with Christ in a mystical way is an adequate theological model.
  10. An implication of our union with Christ is that now we can live in Christ’s strength.
  11. The Arminian view of perseverance states…
  12. Adoption introduces a type of relationship with God quite different from that which humans in general have with him.