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A Reasoning Faith — Exam 2

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A Reasoning Faith — Exam 2

A Reasoning Faith — Exam 2

by Robert A. Laidlaw

Study the lesson carefully before answering the exam questions. Select True or False after each of the following statements. Then fill in the proper Scripture reference where indicated.

1. The universe gives every evidence of being the creative work of God.

2. The Bible declares him a wise man who says that there is no God.

3. Prosperity and all that the heart could wish tends to obscure lasting verities.

4. That God created the heaven and the earth is mere conjecture.

5. Rational proofs for the existence of God are not necessarily conclusive.

Multiple Choice Questions Click the button to the left of the letter that corresponds to the correct or most nearly correct answer (40 points).

6. King David told his sons that the tribe of Judah would remain intact unto the coming of Messiah.

7. The chance that the human body could have "just happened" is described by one famous statistician as:

8. Only God could have known the course that history was to take with respect to Tyre and Sidon.

9. One reason suggested in this lesson to account for the refusal of many people to face the fact of God is

10. One is at loss to know how to distinguish between true and false teachers and prophets.

Bible Study Questions
You should use your Bible to answer these questions.
Given below are a series of Scripture references followed by a list of statements covered in Lesson 1. Next to each statement, put the scripture that best supports it from the list provided. (40 points).

a. Genesis 1:1 e. Psalm 14:1
b. Genesis 15:5-6 f. Psalm 19:1-3
c. Job 38:31-32 g. Psalm 115:16
d. Psalm 8:3-4 h. Romans 1:19-20

11. God is stated to be the Creator of the universe.


12. The heavens are said to declare God's glory to all men regardless of their mother tongue.


13. The created universe witnesses to God's eternal power and Godhead and leaves men without excuse for their disbelief in God.


14. The atheist's attitude toward God is said to be one of folly.


15. The question "What is man?" was prompted by a consideration of the splendor of the heavens.


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