Liberty RLGN 104 Test 1 - According to Powell, reason is not the enemy
RLGN 104 Test 1: Religion: Liberty University / Liberty University RLGN104 Test 1
· Question 1
According to Powell, “reason” is not the enemy of “faith”.
· Question 2
Which of the following is not characteristic of the Bible?
· Question 3
One of the first tasks of Christian apologetics is to provide information.
· Question 4
Christian faith is simply a personal preference, a function of how one was raised, and a worldview that is only supported by emotional considerations.
· Question 5
Preaching “the Word” only refers to the Old Testament since the writing of II Timothy 4:2 was before the New Testament was completed.
· Question 6
A translation of the Bible is most accurate when translated by one, highly educated, highly qualified individual.
· Question 7
When Jesus spoke as “one who had authority”:
· Question 8
In describing “truth”, Powell states:
· Question 9
The church fathers showed that they understood the importance of Jesus’ historicity when they crafted the _______________ Creed
· Question 10
The Greek word for “preach” is a first century word meaning “to proclaim” and implies passion produced by one’s belief.
· Question 11
· Question 12
Upon returning to the Decapolis region a second time after healing the crazed man who had been cutting himself with rocks, Jesus:
· Question 13
When presenting the gospel to people Christians should be:
· Question 14
The word worldview is derived from two German words meaning “world” and “perception.”
· Question 15
Studying worldviews helps us better _______.
· Question 16
A Biblical Worldview is a perspective or viewpoint based upon the teachings of the Bible.
· Question 17
Ignatius was the Bishop of what ancient city?
· Question 18
When Jesus presented the gospel most people accepted it the first time they heard it.
· Question 19
The story of Ignatius is significant in that he was willing to go to his death proclaiming…
· Question 20
According to Powell, Christianity can be understood as an “antidote” rather than a lifestyle choice or part of a well-balanced religious view.