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Theological Principles Chapter 2

True/False
Indicate whether the sentence or statement is true or false.
 

 1. 

Man being made in the aspect and similarity of Almighty has within himself certain faculties, which enable him to receive revelation from God. Man is endowed with will. Intelligence, conscience (since of right and wrong) and a spirit
 

 2. 

General Revelation includes that which God has revealed of man to man.
 

 3. 

Creation reveals that there is a God, but it is insufficient for a personal knowledge of God.
 

 4. 

Conscience is defined as "a knowing with oneself." in Romans 2: 14-15. this law inherent within man suggests the existence of a supreme lawgiver, who not only placed this law within man but also holds man accountable to it.
 

 5. 

God has always been involved in human history?
 

 6. 

General revelation is that which is available to all nations of the earth?
 

 7. 

Special revelation refers to those acts of God, whereby He reveals Himself and His will to specific persons.
 

 8. 

Christ is the sum total of the revelation of God and is the expressed revelation of God in human form?
 

Multiple Choice
Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
 

 1. 

What faculties is man endowed with to receive revelation from God?
A)
Will
B)
Intelligence
C)
Conscience & Spirit.
D)
All of the above
 

 2. 

All of mankind has general revelation of God in...
A)
Nature
B)
Conscience
C)
History
D)
A, B
 

 3. 

The Greek word "Apokalupsis." means
A)
Hidden
B)
Uncover or unveil
C)
Revelation
D)
All of the above
 

 4. 

In theology revelation refers to God ...
A)
Unveiling Himself to man
B)
Communicating truth to the mind of man
C)
Imparted truth which could not be discovered by natural reasoning alone
D)
A, C
 

 5. 

I Corinthians 2:12
A)
Christ opened the understanding of the disciples
B)
Breathed His Spirit into their spirits
C)
A, B
D)
Man could understand the revelation of God on his own
 



 
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