A couple weeks ago, during the Thursday night prayer and Bible study meeting at our church, we finished up a series called: Basic Christian Doctrines. It was a many-lesson series spanning a few months' time. To conclude the series our pastor gave a quiz to test us. It covered the topics which he spent many weeks covering. This week I'm going to share the quiz with you. Test yourself. See how you do.
Next Thursday, I'll share the answers with you along with a link to the first sermon in our latest Thursday night Bible study series entitled, "Your Mind Matters".
Answer the questions below to test your biblical/theological literacy:
■Inerrancy means that the Bible tells the _______________.
■List two references that teach the Bible is inspired:
■Provide one verse that teaches “oneness-in-threeness.”
The Person of Christ
■How many natures did Christ have?
■How much of each did He have?
■Provide at least one text on the deity of Christ.
■Provide at least one text on the humanity of Christ.
■Provide a verse that summarizes both.
The Work of Christ
■What work did Christ perform in the past?
■What work does Christ perform in the present?
■What work will Christ perform in the future?
■How many angels are there?
■T or F: The Devil is God’s evil peer.
■What does every person have that distinguishes man from animals? (see Genesis 1:26-27)
■How many parts comprise man? Support with a passage or two.
■What is man’s purpose? Support with a Bible passage.
■What does Psalm 51:5 teach us about original sin?
■How has sin affected every person?
■Define the gospel and list at least one passage that supports your definition.
■Can a true believer fully or finally fall away? Provide Scripture.
■What is a synonym for faith?
■What is the mission of the church to the lost? What is the mission of the church to the saved?
■What are the two final destinies?
■What is the duration of each destiny? Provide Scripture.
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