UNV-505 Topic 3 GCU Doctrinal Statement Quiz
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- Traditionally, the Christian worldview has insisted that God:
- God is revered as the mighty Maker of heaven and earth because:
- Which of the following occurrences demonstrated that Jesus was fully God?
- The teaching that Jesus became truly human signifies that:
- Which of the following statements best describes the present moral condition of humans apart from Jesus Christ?
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- Although Christians recognize other sources of knowledge as the word of God, the Bible is:
- The suffering and death of Jesus Christ on the cross is most adequately understood as:
- What is the proper manner of spiritual and societal engagement by the Church?
- The Bible’s contents are:
- What enables Christians to live a godly life?
- After a human being dies physically:
- Jesus Christ was:
- Christians may accurately be described as:
- God is:
- God will declare sinners to be righteous at the final judgment if:
- The Holy Spirit is:
- Jesus is most adequately described as:
- Regeneration (the new birth) is:
- Human beings are:
- Which of the following are considered necessary expressions of the doctrines of God and humanity, love for neighbors, and obedience to Jesus Christ?
- Sinners remain hostile to God apart from a work of God by which one’s sinful nature is radically changed, therefore:
- Central to the Christian conception of God is the notion that God:
- God provided salvation to sinners by:
- What does the teaching that “the Bible is inspired” mean?
- Jesus died on the cross and was buried by his earliest followers, but:
- God will save:
- An inherited sinful nature is basically:
- The Bible is most adequately described as:
- For what major purpose did Jesus come down from heaven?
- The return of Jesus Christ to the world will involve:
Course: UNV-505 Introduction to Graduate Studies in Ministry and Theology
School: Grand Canyon University