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Apologetics - Lesson 4

Apologetics - Christian Evidences

Book Lessons 12-15

  1. 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.)
  2. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. 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?)
  5. How (through whom) did God reveal His nature, character, and will to man?
  6. Jenkins identifies twelve attributes of God. (pp. 60, 61) List and explain briefly five of these attributes as presented in the Bible.
  7. Man is spirit, soul, and body. Define/explain/illustrate these three terms. Cite one or two Scriptures for each.
  8. 2 Timothy 3:16 states that "All Scripture is inspired of God." What does Warfield say about the meaning of "inspired"? (p. 64)
  9. What was Jesus' attitude toward the Old Testament? (p. 66)
  10. Explain the difference between "Verbal Inspiration" and "Plenary Inspiration."
  11. Sum up Keyser's comments on the biblical view of ethics. (p. 69)
  12. Sum up the comments of Dr. Gordon on the value of the Ten Commandments.

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