THEO 202 Quiz 8 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. All interpreters of the Bible are influenced by their own circumstances in history.
  2. It is the biblical statements themselves from which we must draw out the essence, and they are the continuing criteria of the validity of that essence.
  3. Which is not a criteria to test the permanence of a doctrine.
  4. There are various opinions about the unchangeable factor of Christianity.
  5. One characteristics of our time in regard to theologies are…
  6. Since an evangelical believes in the permanence of the biblical revelation there is little need for contextualization.
  7. The evangelical allegorizes the Bible to aid in making the biblical message contemporary.
  8. The label used for those who believe that one should just present biblical concepts in biblical terminology.
  9. Which of the following is not a lesson we should learn from the contemporary theological environment.
  10. Which theologian argued that the permanent element of Christianity was found in experience.
  11. The evangelical’s concern is simply to investigate what the Bible says on a given issue and coalesce that into some sort of coherent whole.
  12. The label used for those who believe that portions of the biblical view are obsolete and therefore must be eliminated.

Set 2

  1. The label used for those who believe that one should just present biblical concepts in biblical terminology.
  2. The way theology is done has varied considerably throughout church history.
  3. It is the biblical statements themselves from which we must draw out the essence, and they are the continuing criteria of the validity of that essence.
  4. There are various opinions about the unchangeable factor of Christianity.
  5. The development of a teaching across the Scripture from an imperfect anticipation to final work is called…
  6. Which theologian argued that the permanent element of Christianity was found in experience.
  7. The evangelical allegorizes the Bible to aid in making the biblical message contemporary.
  8. Since an evangelical believes in the permanence of the biblical revelation there is little need for contextualization.
  9. Some doctrines are taught in a fashion that makes clear that they apply universally.
  10. Which of the following is not a lesson we should learn from the contemporary theological environment.
  11. All interpreters of the Bible are influenced by their own circumstances in history.
  12. Which is not a criteria to test the permanence of a doctrine.