A Reasoning Faith — Exam 5
by Robert A. Laidlaw
Study your lesson carefully before answering the exam questions.
True Or False Questions
Listed below are several statements concerning the information in Lesson 1. After each statement, indicate whether the statement is "True" or "False" (20 points).
1. God looks for the spontaneous love of our hearts.
2. God is satisfied only with those who, of their own free will, choose to love and honor Him.
3. Benjamin Franklin said that all men were normally balanced in their judgment.
4. If God took sinful men to heaven without first dealing with their sin they would be happy there.
5. The Bible reveals that men who reject Christ as Savior will not be able to bear to look upon His face when summoned into His presence for judgment.
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. God made man
7. To say that God loves this world is
8. When facing the question of your eternal destiny, you should
9. Most of the things we say we "know" we
10. When the Bible states that sin demands and deserves eternal punishment, it
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. John 3:16 e. I Corinthians 2:14
b. Acts 4:12 f. II Corinthians 4:3-4
c. Acts 16:30-31 g. II Corinthians 5:17
d. Romans 11:33-34 h. Revelation 21:8
11. God loves the world.
12. God's wisdom is far beyond that which man's finite intellect can fully comprehend.
13. Unbelievers are included in the list God gives of those who shall have their part in the lake of fire.
14. Salvation is made real in our experience when we believe on the Lord Jesus.
15. When a person is 'in Christ' (saved by Christ) he becomes a new creature in God's sight.
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