RLGN 104 Test 4 Liberty University Solution
Salvation is earned by believing in Jesus Christ and by doing good works.
Sanctification is the process of spiritual maturity.
The Bible indicates that because of sin all mankind needs to be saved.
An emotional response to the gospel is essential for a person to know that a person has been truly saved.
The biblical concept of the “heart” is only the emotional part of a person.
Jesus’ sacrifice on the cross was sufficient to save humanity from their sins. The resurrection of Christ was not essential for salvation.
Salvation involves an act of the will.
Although the Bible doesn’t indicate directly, it can be inferred that Jesus possessed all the attributes of deity.
Nearly all critical scholars agree that Jesus’ disciples were willing to die for their beliefs and this was due to their strong conviction that they had seen the risen savior.
According to the Bible, the true gauge of holiness that humans are judged against is the holiness of God.
Attempting to earn salvation through good deeds is offensive to God.
Humans sin because it is their nature to sin.
Jesus’ deity is not an important issue for Christianity in the 21st century. His death for mankind is the key issue.
Knowing the facts about God is all one needs to know in order to be saved.
From an evangelical Christian perspective, a person can go to heaven by believing in a God or accepting Jesus Christ as their personal savior.
Most scholars agree that James became a follower of Christ after he saw Him resurrected.
Getting someone to pray to receive Christ is evidence that he/she has been saved.
In the orthodox theological view Jesus was resurrected spiritually but not physically.
The message of Christianity is that Jesus is the only way to heaven.
According to the Bible we are all sinners