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CWV101 Christian Worldview

Week 1 Quiz

1Chapter 1 of our textbook says that "worldview relates to the whole person." Assuming this is true, which of the following must also be true?

Our worldview only affects how we think and reason.

Our worldview only affects our behavior.

Our worldview affects both our thinking process and our everyday behavior.

Our worldview is based on faith alone so neither our thoughts nor actions play a role.

2Which one of the worldview elements listed below deals with questions like, "Why are we here?" and "What should we be doing with our lives?"

Ultimate Reality

Human Nature

Knowledge

Ethics

Purpose

3What makes up our worldview?

A foundational set of assumptions to which one commits that serves as a framework for understanding and interpreting reality and that deeply shapes one's behavior

A set of assumptions or beliefs about reality that affect how we think and how we live

The comprehensive perspective from which we interpret all of reality

All of the above

4Which worldview family does not believe in anything supernatural?

Atheism

Theism

Pantheism

Deism

5All worldviews are private. There is no such thing as a shared worldview.

True False

6Which of the following is noted for spiritualism but not for belief in a personal God?

Atheism

Theism

Pantheism

Deism

7Which of the following believes God exists but is uninvolved in human affairs?

Atheism

Theism

Pantheism

Deism

8Which of the following is NOT used in the textbook as an analogy for a worldview?

A set of lenses

A personal library

A building foundation

A jigsaw puzzle

9In which of the following do people evaluate their worldview based on faith and reason?

Atheism

Theism

Pantheism

All of the above

10Which of the following worldview families would see the universe as a closed system?

Theism

Atheism

Pantheism

All of the above

11Which one of the following would be considered a shared worldview belief for Christianity?

Belief that God created the heavens and the earth

Belief in the right to bear arms

Belief that God and the universe are one

All of the above

12Which one of the worldview elements listed below deals with issues of right and wrong and whether there is absolute moral truth?

Ultimate Reality

Human Nature

Knowledge

Ethics

Purpose

13Which one of the worldview elements listed below deals with issues related to the existence (or nonexistence) of God?

Ultimate Reality

Human Nature

Knowledge

Ethics

Purpose

14Which of the following worldview tests evaluates a worldview's livability?

The Moral Authority Test

The Coherence Test

The Correspondence Test

The Practical Test

15 Which of the following worldview tests evaluates evidences and experiences to see if the worldview matches with reality?

The Moral Authority Test

The Coherence Test

The Correspondence Test

The Practical Test

CWV101 Christian Worldview

Week 2 Quiz

Proverbs 9:10 says, "The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom, and the knowledge of the Holy One is insight" (ESV). Which of the following statements is most consistent with Proverbs 9:10?

We should fear God because of his amazing knowledge and insight.

Knowing and fearing God leads to wise decisions.

Fearing God leads to insight and power over God's enemies.

Fearing the Lord leads to not fearing one's enemies.

2Which "acts" are part of the biblical story?

Creation, Fall, and Redemption

Creation, Paradise, and Covenants

Predestination, Creation, and Salvation

Old Testament, Apocrypha, and New Testament

3Which of the following statements is true of the theistic evolution view of the creation of the world?

This view believes all life evolved as a result of unguided natural processes.

This view is commonly held by atheists.

This view believes all life evolved in a process guided and empowered by God.

This view believes the earth is relatively young, about 6,000 years old.

4Which persons of the Trinity were involved in the creation?

God the Father

God the Son

God the Holy Spirit

All of the above

5Which of the following statements is true of the old earth view of the creation of the world?

This view believes God created the universe in 6 literal 24-hour days.

This view agrees with mainstream science that the universe and earth are billions of years old.

This view believes that life appeared in stages as God gave the commands.

Both b) and c) are true of the old earth view of the creation of the world.

6The garden of Eden is presented in Genesis 2 as the throne room and temple of God.

True False

7What do Christians mean when they say that God is sovereign?

God has supreme authority over his creation.

God is completely merciful and forgiving.

God knows all things.

God is a completely loving.

8Which of the following statements is/are consistent with the Christian belief that humanity was created in the image of God?

The Bible specifically mentions that man was created in the image of God but says nothing about women.

Humanity has remnants of the character of God such as the capability to love and create.

Humanity is a physical reflection of God's physical form.

Humans were created with both a spirit and a body and are spirit beings like God.

Both b) and d)

9Genesis 1:1 says, "In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth." Which attribute of God best corresponds to this verse?

Jealousy

Goodness

Omnipotence

Holiness

10Which of the following is not a reason for seeing humanity as the pinnacle (i.e., high point) of God's creation according to Genesis 1-2?

Because, unlike other animals, humanity has the ability to live without sinning

Because of humanity’s place as the final thing created by God in Genesis 1

Because of the amount of space dedicated to discussing the creation of humanity in Genesis 1

Because humanity was created in the image of God

11The garden of Eden account in Genesis 2 bears a striking resemblance to the description of the new heavens and new earth described in Revelation 21, God dwelling with his people in right relationship.

True False

12In the creation story, what one thing did God say was not good?

That the garden of Eden needed care

That Adam and Eve would die if they ate the forbidden fruit

That man should be alone

That the animals had no names

13One of the results of the fall of man was that humanity now had to work. Work was not part of God's original plan for his creation.

True False

14Which tree were Adam and Eve warned not to eat of?

The tree of wisdom

The tree of life

The tree of the knowledge of good and evil

The tree of the knowledge of life and death

15Which of the following statements best describes the nature of work?

Work was given to humanity as a good gift.

Work was given as the means for humanity to provide for itself.

Humanity was designed to worship but not to work.

Work was given to humanity as a punishment for sin.

Both a) and b)

Both c) and d)

CWV101 Christian Worldview

Week 3 Quiz

1According to Isaiah 59:1-2:

We are as sinful as we can be.

Our sins separate us from God.

Our sins show us our need of God to save us.

Unconfessed sin may cause us sorrow.

2According to the textbook, idolatry is compared with what?

Worshipping the sun, moon, and stars

An unfaithful spouse

Robbing the temple

Bringing the worst animals to the priests

3The earliest prophecy is given in Genesis 3:15 and known as the proto-evangelium, meaning:

First gospel

First church movement

Before the gospel

Promoting evangelism

4Which of the following best describes the primary ministry of the Old Testament prophets?

They foretold events in distant future.

They pronounced judgments against the foreign nations.

They pronounced judgment against Israel.

They announced the coming of a Davidic king.

5Which of the following best completes the following sentence from the textbook? "The history of humanity is best characterized by a departure from ________________."

Idealism

Redemption

Sanity

Wisdom

6After the wall around Jerusalem was rebuilt, the people worshipped the Lord. According to Nehemiah 9, what kind of prayer did the Levites lead the people in?

A victory prayer rejoicing over their enemies

An intercessory prayer for God’s protection

A confession reviewing God’s faithfulness in the past

All of the above

7Who were Israel's first kings?

David, Solomon, and Hezekiah

Saul, David, and Solomon

David, Solomon, and Rehoboam

Solomon, Rehoboam, and Asa

8Answer the following question based on the article "The Mystery of Original Sin: We Don't Know Why God Permitted the Fall, but We Know All Too Well the Evil and Sin That Still Plague Us," by Shuster. Shuster states that one of the themes of the Genesis account of the fall is that God wants us "to believe, trust, and obey him even when there is not a reason to do so that we can wrap our minds around." What does Shuster propose is God’s reason for this?

He wants to show us that his laws must be obeyed at all cost.

He is a tyrant and likes to see people fail.

He wants us to develop blind faith that just trusts him without engaging our minds or changing our hearts.

He wants us to learn that having him at the center of our lives will always be the best for us no matter how big or small the decisions we must face.

9As a result of the fall (sin of Adam and Eve), what was introduced into the world?

Suffering and death

Painful childbirth

Painful work

Weeds

All of the above

10According to the textbook, the central theme of the wisdom literature is:

The love of God

The compassion of the Lord

The judgment of God

The fear of the Lord

11Who of the following is not mentioned in Genesis?

Abraham

Isaac

Jacob

Moses

12Who took Judah captive when the people of Judah were exiled?

Syria

Persia

Babylon

Rome

13After the fall, what was true about all humanity?

They have the possibility of becoming sinful.

They are sinful by nature.

They lost the image of God.

They are as sinful as they can be.

14When we read the final words in the book of Judges, "In those days there was no king in Israel. Each man did what was right in his own eyes" (21:25 ESV), this means that the people were sinful and rebellious.

True False

15Answer the following question based on the article "The Mystery of Original Sin: We Don't Know Why God Permitted the Fall, but We Know All Too Well the Evil and Sin That Still Plague Us," by Shuster. According to Shuster (who agreed with G. K. Chesterton), the problem with the world is what?

The greed of the rich

Unjust laws

My sins and yours

Inadequate education

CWV101 Christian Worldview

Week 4 Quiz

1In Luke 10, how did Jesus respond to the lawyer who asked him, "And who is my neighbor?"

Jesus told him the parable of the good Samaritan.

Jesus told him about the good shepherd.

Jesus taught about the rich man and Lazarus.

Jesus taught about taking up your cross and following him.

2According to John 10:1-18 which of the following does not describe Jesus as the Good Shepherd?

He loves and cares for his sheep.

He calls his sheep by name.

He keeps his sheep in a pen for their safety.

He lays down his life for the sheep.

3The pronouncement of the forgiveness of our sins by Jesus Christ is called the incarnation.

True False

4According to Philippians 2:5-8, what direction did Jesus' life take?

Divinity > Humanity > Servant > Criminal Death

Humanity > Divinity > Death > Grave

Infancy > Childhood > Adolescence > Adulthood

None of the above

5Which of the following describes a temptation Jesus faced?

Turning stones into bread.

Bowing to the devil for all the power and wealth in the world.

Throwing himself off the temple to test God.

All of the above

6The person of Jesus Christ may be described by all of the following except:

Second person of the Trinity

Part God and part man

Born of a virgin mother

Lived a sinless life

7The statement from Isaiah 53:5, "He was wounded for our transgressions; he was crushed for our iniquities," refers to the atonement of Jesus Christ.

True False

8What was the Apostle Paul referring to when he wrote in 1 Corinthians 1, "the foolishness of God is wiser than men, and the weakness of God is stronger than men"?

God allowing evil in the world

The crucifixion of Christ

Christ having a humble birth

Jesus choosing fishermen to be his apostles

9The concept of the Trinity states that the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit are one God in three persons, coexisting for eternity in a relationship of love.

True False

10Which book in the New Testament opens in a way that sounds a lot like the opening of Genesis?

Acts

John

Revelation

Romans

11Scripture (1 Cor. 1:24 and John 1:1, 14) speaks of Jesus as the ___________________.

Power of God

Wisdom of God

Word of God

All of the above

12Why did Christ, the Son of God, come to earth and become a man?

To express God's love for people

To serve people

To give his life as a ransom for people

All the above

13In the parable of the sower (Mark 4), which of the following represents those who hear the word of God but the cares of the world and desire of riches choke it out?

The seed that fell on the side of the road and was eaten by birds

The seed that fell on rocky ground

The seed that was sown among thorns

The seed that was sown in good soil

14According to the textbook, Jesus is most like which two Old Testament leaders?

Abraham and Isaac

Jacob and Joseph

Moses and David

None of the above

15Which of the following is not a description of the kingdom of God used by Jesus?

The kingdom of heaven

A continuation of the Old Testament nation of Israel

The reign of God in the human heart

The reign of God over God's people

CWV101 Christian Worldview

Week 5 Quiz

According to the lecture, the good news of the gospel can be summarized in three Rs:

Reformation, Reinterpretation, and Repudiation

Return, Revelation, and Reconstruction

Reverence, Revival, and Repose

Rescue, Redemption, and Renewal

2According to the teaching of Jesus in John 13:35, how are his followers to be recognized?

By their strict obedience to Old Testament laws

By their love for one another

By their willingness to sacrifice everything

All of the above

3According to Romans 3:23, all humans, when measured against the divine law, are found guilty of sin and fall short of the glory of God.

True False

4The story Jesus told in Matthew 18:21-35 illustrates how unrealistic it is to forgive others.

True False

5Wisdom in the Christian worldview includes the following:

Having perfect knowledge of everything

Knowing the answer for all of humanity's problems

Being transformed from selfishness to selflessness

Being successful and rich in this life

6The Bible affirms that all human beings fail to fully obey the Law of God and for this reason, God sent Jesus as the sacrifice for sins.

True False

7According to Matthew 5:44, Jesus commanded his followers to love only those who do good to them.

True False

8Romans 3 teaches that Jesus' death is important for the restoration of humanity because:

Jesus' death on the cross satisfies the punishment that stood against humanity for its failure to keep God’s laws.

Jesus' death on the cross satisfies the aspirations of all people who want to be good.

Jesus' death on the cross shows that martyrs go to heaven.

Jesus' death on the cross is a great example of sacrifice.

9According to Romans 3:20, humans can attain a relationship with God by living by the letter of the law in the Old Testament.

True False

10Jesus taught his followers to forgive others even if this means sacrificing one's own rights for the restoration of the one forgiven.

True False

11Having a relationship with Jesus involves more than merely accepting what Jesus said as truth, it also implies obedient living by loving God and others.

True False

12According to Romans 3:21-26, God revealed his righteousness through the sacrifice of Jesus, and this righteousness is available to all people by faith.

True False

13According to the prophecy in Isaiah 53:4-6, which of the following would be characteristic of the Messiah?

He will carry our sorrows.

He will be pierced for our sins.

God has put all our sins on him.

All of the above

14A unique characteristic of Christianity in comparison with other religions is which of the following:

Christianity offers good advice for people who want to do good.

Christianity offers good religious rituals that promote good health.

Christianity offers good news of what God has done for us in giving his son to die for our sins and the gift of salvation.

Christianity offers humans comfort in times of trouble.

15From the Christian perspective, a relationship with God is established through:

A personal ability to gain power from God

A personal trust in Jesus

A person's natural abilities to reach for God

A personal effort to try to be perfectly good

CWV101 Christian Worldview

Week 6 Quiz

1The Sermon on the Mount (Matt. 5-7) begins with the Beatitudes. Which of these blessings is most emphasized by Jesus?

Blessed are those who mourn.

Blessed are those who are persecuted for righteousness.

Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness.

Blessed are the merciful.

2How do the first four of the Ten Commandments differ from the last six?

The first four are positive and the last six are negative – "Thou shalt not…"

The first four describe our duty to God and the remaining six our duty to people.

The first four apply only to the Old Testament age, while the last six apply for all time.

Both a) and b) are true.

3In Raphael's famous painting School of Athens, how are Plato and Aristotle depicted?

Plato is pointing up, referring to ideal forms that define universal truths.

Aristotle is gesturing horizontally, referring to the belief that particular examples lead to universal truths.

Plato and Aristotle are both agreeing that universal truths come only from particular examples.

Both a) and b) are true.

4According to the lecture, "Without God…"

There can be no morality.

There can be no moral and spiritual absolute truths.

There can be no absolute truth.

None of the above

5In the Gospel of John Chapter 11, the story of Lazarus teaches many truths. Identify which of the following lessons can be learned from this story.

Jesus knew what was going to happen to Lazarus.

Jesus felt the grief of others deeply.

God has the power to raise the dead.

Death is not the end for those who believe in Jesus.

All of the above are true.

Only a), b), and c) are true.

6According to the Christian worldview, a lot of suffering happens because God's attention is occupied elsewhere and so he is not able to take care of every individual's problems.

True False

7According to the Christian worldview, since this is God's universe and God is good, God can do what he wants and is not obligated to explain himself to humanity.

True False

8Christians do not think that suffering compromises a belief in God's goodness and power because:

Humanity, through the fall, is primarily responsible for suffering.

God could only avoid suffering for humanity by removing free will, but this would avoid love as well.

Suffering seems to represent a great injustice, but God will fulfill all justice at the right time.

All of the above

None of the above

9God explains to Job why Job has suffered.

True False

10Jesus said that the two great commandments were which of the following?

Love God with all your heart and love your neighbor as yourself.

Love God with all your heart and do not judge others.

Do not murder and do not steal.

Be kind to one another and forgive one another.

11Friedrich Nietzsche had his own view of truth, saying, "There is no truth, only _________."

Opinions

Ideas

Interpretations

Possibilities

12The term theodicy is defined as:

The Christian odyssey toward knowing and being conformed to the image of Jesus Christ, regardless of circumstances

A Christian journey that explains the challenges and convictions necessary to know God in a deep fashion in spite of suffering and pain

The Christian defense of God's infinite goodness and power, despite the presence of evil and suffering

All of the above

13Consider this statement: "All roads lead to the same path; no one religion has the whole story, and every religion adds to our full understanding." This statement is most consistent with:

Pluralism

Theism

Exclusivism

Secular Humanism

14What is the difference between general revelation and special revelation?

General revelation is truth that applies to everyone, and special revelation is truth that applies to a small, select group of people.

General revelation is naturalistic, and special revelation is humanistic.

General revelation focuses on what can be known through the senses, and special revelation focuses on what can be discovered through ideals and reason.

General revelation refers to what God reveals through nature, while special revelation mainly refers to what God reveals through Scripture.

15Which of the following is not mentioned in the lecture as an explanation for suffering?

Suffering strengthens our character.

Suffering makes us more compassionate.

Suffering is God taking revenge for our disobedience.

Suffering causes us to long for our future restoration.

CWV101 Christian Worldview

Week 7 Final Quiz

1Which of the following statements is true of the kingdom of God?

It is a physical kingdom.

It is already and not yet.

It is specific to particular geographical land in Israel.

It will begin after Jesus' returns.

2God's mission flows out of his character.

True False

3After the fall, what was true about all humanity?

They have the possibility of becoming sinful.

They are sinful by nature.

They lost the image of God.

They are as sinful as they can be.

4Which of the following worldview tests evaluates evidences and experiences to see if the worldview matches with reality?

The Moral Authority Test

The Coherence Test

The Correspondence Test

The Practical Test

5According to the Christian worldview, since this is God's universe and God is good, God can do what he wants and is not obligated to explain himself to humanity.

True False

6According to Romans 3:20, humans can attain a relationship with God by living by the letter of the law in the Old Testament.

True False

7According to John 10:1-18, which of the following does not describe Jesus as the Good Shepherd?

He loves and cares for his sheep.

He calls his sheep by name.

He keeps his sheep in a pen for their safety.

He lays down his life for the sheep.

8God calls people to serve him and serve others through a variety of ways, but being called by God to be a pastor or missionary is a more worthwhile purpose than having a regular job.

True False

9According to Isaiah 59:1-2:

We are as sinful as we can be.

Our sins separate us from God.

Our sins show us our need of God to save us.

Unconfessed sin may cause us sorrow.

10Which one of the worldview elements listed below deals with issues of right and wrong and whether there is absolute moral truth?

Ultimate Reality

Human Nature

Knowledge

Ethics

Purpose

11The kingdom of God:

Is central to Jesus’ message of hope, wholeness, and wisdom.

Is ruled by Jesus the king.

Has often been misunderstood.

Is an upside-down kingdom.

Is in effect now, but not yet fully realized.

All of the above

None of the above

12Why did Christ, the Son of God, come to earth and become a man?

To express God's love for people

To serve people

To give his life as a ransom for people

All of the above

13Which of the following statements is/are consistent with the Christian belief that humanity was created in the image of God?

The Bible specifically mentions that man was created in the image of God but says nothing about women.

Humanity has remnants of the character of God such as the capability to love and create.

Humanity is a physical reflection of God's physical form.

Humans were created with both a spirit and a body and are spirit beings like God.

Both b) and d)

14One of the results of the fall of man was that humanity now had to work. Work was not part of God's original plan for his creation.

True False

15According to 1 Corinthians 15: 42-57, which of the following is/are descriptive of the glorified state of those who are raised to live with Christ?

Imperishable

Immortal

Spiritual body

All of the above

16The lecture quotes the Westminster Shorter Catechism which states that humanity's primary purpose is to:

Glorify God and keep his commandments.

Glorify God and enjoy him forever.

Glorify God and serve people.

Glorify God and follow Jesus.

17In which of the following do people evaluate their worldview based on faith and reason?

Atheism

Theism

Pantheism

All of the above

18Jesus said that the two great commandments were which of the following?

Love God with all your heart and love your neighbor as yourself.

Love God with all your heart and do not judge others.

Do not murder and do not steal.

Be kind to one another and forgive one another.

19Discipleship is costly.

True False

20The Holy Spirit helps people mature in their faith.

True False

21Who were Israel's first kings?

David, Solomon, and Hezekiah

Saul, David, and Solomon

David, Solomon, and Rehoboam

Solomon, Rehoboam, and Asa

22A unique characteristic of Christianity in comparison with other religions is which of the following?

Christianity offers good advice for people who want to do good.

Christianity offers good religious rituals that promote good health.

Christianity offers good news of what God has done for us in giving his son to die for our sins and the gift of salvation.

Christianity offers humans comfort in times of trouble.

23God's mission is characterized by:

Sending and serving

Power and position

Influence and focus

Action and ethics

24What is the difference between general revelation and special revelation?

General revelation is truth that applies to everyone, and special revelation is truth that applies to a small, select group of people.

General revelation is naturalistic, and special revelation is humanistic.

General revelation focuses on what can be known through the senses, and special revelation focuses on what can be discovered through ideals and reason.

General revelation refers to what God reveals through nature, while special revelation mainly refers to what God reveals through Scripture.

25According to Romans 8:28-29, which of the following is not mentioned as God's purpose for Christians?

That ultimately all will work out for their good

That they become more and more like Christ

That they love him and seek his purpose

That they be happy and wealthy

26You may have found your purpose if:

You enjoy your work whether the work is meaningful or not.

You make a good living and can support yourself.

Your work is meaningful whether you enjoy doing it or not.

Your work is both meaningful and enjoyable.

You make enough money to give to charity.

27According to the teaching of Jesus in John 13:35, how are his followers to be recognized?

By their strict obedience to Old Testament laws

By their love for one another

By their willingness to sacrifice everything

All of the above

28Within the context of Christianity, faith and belief involve:

Action and behavior

Ideas and dreams

Thoughts and ideas

Trust without reason and logic

29The concept of the Trinity states that the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit are one God in three persons, coexisting for eternity in a relationship of love.

True False

30Which of the following statements is true of the theistic evolution view of the creation of the world?

This view believes all life evolved as a result of unguided natural processes.

This view is commonly held by atheists.

This view believes all life evolved in a process guided and empowered by God.

This view believes the earth is relatively young, about 6,000 years old.

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