Apologetics - Christian Evidences
Book Lessons 12-15
- Identify four categories of diversity within the Bible and list four examples to illustrate each of these categories. (One category has only two examples of diversity.)
- The text says, “It is possible to approach the unity of the Bible through the central person [Christ].” (p. 55) Give five examples of the centrality of Christ in the Bible.
- List the three laws of organic unity (of the Bible). Choose one of these three laws and explain how the Bible is in harmony with it.
- What do we learn about God on the basis General or Natural revelation? (p. 60) Why is this kind of revelation inadequate? (What more is needed?)
- How (through whom) did God reveal His nature, character, and will to man?
- Jenkins identifies twelve attributes of God. (pp. 60, 61) List and explain briefly five of these attributes as presented in the Bible.
- Man is spirit, soul, and body. Define/explain/illustrate these three terms. Cite one or two Scriptures for each.
- 2 Timothy 3:16 states that "All Scripture is inspired of God." What does Warfield say about the meaning of "inspired"? (p. 64)
- What was Jesus' attitude toward the Old Testament? (p. 66)
- Explain the difference between "Verbal Inspiration" and "Plenary Inspiration."
- Sum up Keyser's comments on the biblical view of ethics. (p. 69)
- Sum up the comments of Dr. Gordon on the value of the Ten Commandments.