THEO 525 Quiz 3 Liberty University

  1. Using Elwell’s text, match the following:
  2. Using Erickson’s Text and McKim’s article, match the following:
  3. H. L. Parker noted that this doctrine conveys to the individual that the world and our lives are not ruled by chance or by fate but by God:
  4. In resolving the problem of evil, Erickson agrees with Brightman’s solution.
  5. In distinguishing “predestination” from “foreordination,” Erickson makes which of the following distinctions?
  6. For Erickson, the major problem with fiat creationism(as he styles it) is that it is incompatible with modern scientific understandings.
  7. The biblical doctrine of creation affirms creation out of nothing.
  8. Of those in the twentieth century who have explicitly argued against the practice of abortion as discussed by C. Horn, III, which of the following is not
    one of them.
  9. Using Elwell’s text, match the following:
  10. Erickson and Pun both seem to prefer the view of “progressive creationism” to other competing views regarding the understanding of biblical creation.
  11. Match the following:
  12. The Angelic Doctorwas
  13. Luther and Calvin made a sharp distinction between the imageof God and the likenessof God.
  14. According to Erickson, the greatest strength of fiat creationismis its attempts to be faithful to the biblical text.
  15. M. Frame noted that the concept of “middle knowledge” was introduced in response to the Protestant Reformation and Jansenism. Many have found this concept helpful, but the idea has generally been rejected by:
  16. Match the following:
  17. According to Erickson, the Old Testament shows us that God is supremely powerful and that He is a personal God.
  18. According to Erickson, to say that God’s plan is eternal is to say that it does not have a logical sequence.
  19. Of the various reasons why Erickson chooses the term “plan” of God rather than “decrees” of God which of the following is notone of those reasons?
  20. Erickson speaks of the crisis in humanity’s self-understanding. Which of the following does he offer as evidence of that crisis?
  21. The Concept of “divine racism” was advanced by
  22. Roger Nicole uses II Timothy 2:9-15 to argue emphatically that women must never teach in the church.
  23. In Erickson’s view, humans are first and foremost viewed as “relational” beings.
  24. The doctrine of providence teaches us that while God gives all humankind life while he is on the earth, He does not necessarily sustain that life while we are on the earth. In that respect each person is subject to circumstance and choice.
  25. Using Elwell’s text, match the following: