Bible Doctrine Exam! Trivia Questions Quiz

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  • 1. 

    Sin may be Biblically described as

    • A.

      Missing the mark

    • B.

      Lawlessness

    • C.

      Disobedience

    • D.

      All the above

    Correct Answer
    D. All the above
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "all the above." Sin can be Biblically described as "missing the mark" because it refers to falling short of God's standards or not living up to His expectations. It can also be described as "lawlessness" because it involves going against God's laws and disregarding His commandments. Additionally, sin can be seen as "disobedience" because it involves intentionally going against God's will and choosing to do what is wrong. Therefore, all of these descriptions accurately capture the nature of sin according to the Bible.

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  • 2. 

    Sin originated

    • A.

      In heaven

    • B.

      On earth

    • C.

      In hell

    • D.

      In the human heart

    Correct Answer
    A. In heaven
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "in heaven". This suggests that sin originated in the realm of the divine, before it was brought down to earth or manifested in human hearts. It implies that sin was not inherent to humanity, but rather introduced from a higher, celestial realm. This perspective aligns with certain religious beliefs that attribute the origin of sin to a fallen angel or a rebellion against God's will in the heavenly realm.

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  • 3. 

    Which of the following best summarizes the approach of Satan in his attack upon Eve in the Garden of Eden? He

    • A.

      Attacked Eve’s intellect, conscience and self assurance

    • B.

      Used a doubt, a denial and a delusion

    • C.

      Undermined her faith, her feelings and her family

    • D.

      Mocked her, misled her and maligned her

    Correct Answer
    B. Used a doubt, a denial and a delusion
    Explanation
    The correct answer suggests that Satan used a combination of doubt, denial, and delusion in his attack on Eve in the Garden of Eden. This implies that he planted seeds of uncertainty in her mind, denied the truth of God's command, and deceived her with false beliefs and illusions. By employing these tactics, Satan aimed to manipulate and deceive Eve, ultimately leading her to disobey God.

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  • 4. 

    Which of the following states our case?

    • A.

      We sin because we are sinners

    • B.

      We are sinners because we sin

    • C.

      Neither of the above are true

    • D.

      Both the above are true

    Correct Answer
    D. Both the above are true
    Explanation
    The statement "Both the above are true" suggests that both "We sin because we are sinners" and "We are sinners because we sin" accurately describe our case. This implies that there is a cyclical relationship between sinning and being a sinner. It suggests that our actions as sinners lead us to commit sins, and at the same time, our sinful actions define us as sinners.

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  • 5. 

    God’s remedy for sin is both negative and positive. The positive aspect is summed up in the word

    • A.

      Condemned

    • B.

      Forgiven

    • C.

      Justified

    • D.

      Converted

    Correct Answer
    C. Justified
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "justified". Justification is a theological concept that refers to God declaring a person righteous and forgiven of their sins. It is a positive aspect of God's remedy for sin because it involves being made right with God and having a restored relationship with Him. Justification is not based on our own actions or merits, but on the grace and mercy of God through faith in Jesus Christ. This term emphasizes the righteousness and acceptance that believers receive through Christ's sacrifice on the cross.

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  • 6. 

    The believer

    • A.

      Has all sin eradicated from his being the moment he is saved

    • B.

      Can develop to the point where he enjoys, even in a sinful world, actual sinless perfection in daily living

    • C.

      Has two natures—the fallen nature with which he was born and the divine nature received when he was born again

    • D.

      Is eternally wedded to his old nature although he will experience unbroken victory over it when he gets to heaven

    Correct Answer
    C. Has two natures—the fallen nature with which he was born and the divine nature received when he was born again
    Explanation
    The correct answer is that the believer has two natures - the fallen nature with which he was born and the divine nature received when he was born again. This means that even though a believer is saved and has their sins eradicated, they still have their old fallen nature within them. However, they also have a new divine nature that they receive through their rebirth in Christ. This dual nature creates a constant struggle within the believer, as they strive to live according to their new nature while still dealing with the temptations and tendencies of their old nature. This struggle will continue until they reach heaven, where they will experience unbroken victory over their old nature.

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  • 7. 

    Adam's sin

    • A.

      Concerned himself only

    • B.

      Affected only his immediate posterity

    • C.

      Being charged by God against the whole human race absolves us of responsibility for personal sin

    • D.

      Affected the entire human race because the race was “in Adam” when he sinned

    Correct Answer
    D. Affected the entire human race because the race was “in Adam” when he sinned
    Explanation
    Adam's sin affected the entire human race because the race was "in Adam" when he sinned. This means that when Adam sinned, all of humanity was considered to be in him, and therefore, his sin had consequences for all of humanity. This explanation suggests that Adam's sin had a collective impact on the entire human race, rather than just on his immediate descendants. It implies that we are all affected by Adam's sin and bear some responsibility for it, even though we did not personally commit the sin.

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  • 8. 

    God’s remedy for imputed sin is

    • A.

      The righteousness of Christ which is put to the credit of the believer

    • B.

      The ultimate universal restoration of the entire human race

    • C.

      To accept human good works as a natural means of cancelling that sin

    • D.

      To charge that sin to the devil

    Correct Answer
    A. The righteousness of Christ which is put to the credit of the believer
    Explanation
    The correct answer is the righteousness of Christ which is put to the credit of the believer. This means that when a person believes in Christ, His righteousness is imputed or credited to them, covering their sins and making them righteous in God's sight. This is God's remedy for imputed sin, as it is through Christ's sacrifice and righteousness that believers are forgiven and made righteous before God.

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  • 9. 

    God’s provision for attacks of Satan is for us to

    • A.

      Flee from the devil

    • B.

      Resist the devil

    • C.

      Submit ourselves to God and to resist the devil

    • D.

      Ignore the devil

    Correct Answer
    C. Submit ourselves to God and to resist the devil
    Explanation
    The correct answer is to submit ourselves to God and resist the devil. This means acknowledging God's authority and surrendering to His will, while actively resisting the temptations and attacks of Satan. By submitting to God, we seek His guidance and strength to overcome the devil's schemes. Resisting the devil involves standing firm in our faith, rejecting his lies, and relying on God's power to overcome evil. This approach recognizes the need for both surrendering to God and actively resisting the devil in order to experience God's provision and protection.

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  • 10. 

    When a Christian sins he

    • A.

      Loses his salvation

    • B.

      Becomes a permanent second class citizen in the kingdom of God

    • C.

      Puts himself in immediate danger of death

    • D.

      Loses the joy of his salvation and needs to ask for God’s forgiveness

    Correct Answer
    D. Loses the joy of his salvation and needs to ask for God’s forgiveness
    Explanation
    When a Christian sins, they do not lose their salvation or become a permanent second class citizen in the kingdom of God. However, their relationship with God may be affected and they may lose the joy of their salvation. In order to restore their relationship with God and regain the joy of their salvation, they need to ask for God's forgiveness. This acknowledges their wrongdoing and demonstrates their desire to reconcile with God.

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