Evan 101 E VANGELISM HRISTIAN L IFE E XAM 1 S TUDY G UIDE (M ODULE /W EEK 1) Be able to recognize the following verses and their references. • Romans 3:23 • Romans 6:23 • Isaiah 64:6 • Titus 3:5 • Romans 5:8 • 1 John 1:5 • Romans 10:9–10 Questions taken from “The Call” by Dr. Gutierrez – Chapter 1 • Can one receive a full, clear teaching of any biblical concept from just a few verses? • What is the only way to salvation? Page 1 of 13
Evan 101 • Why can’t spiritual lostness be remedied by human means? • Is a person’s salvation based on his feelings? • What is the true gauge for holiness? • Even though an unsaved person can perform charitable deeds and express kindness that reflects Christianity,… (be able to complete the sentence). • What are some “bargaining” arguments people might use to argue their salvation? • In Matthew 5:3, what does “poor” mean? • When can we understand the true value of the mercy God lavishes on us? Page 2 of 13
Evan 101 • The payment of one’s sin must come from a source that is what? • When does a personal relationship with God start? • The Lord Jesus Christ provided a payment for our sin even when…(be able to complete the sentence). • People’s souls do not receive punishment because of a lack of an invitation to receive the peace of Jesus Christ, but …(be able to complete the sentence). • Romans 10:9–10 teaches that if we want to accept Christ, we must do what? • Before we can confess with our mouth the Lord Jesus, we must have a cognitive understanding of what? • Be able to define “atonement” and “sufficient”. Page 3 of 13
Evan 101 • Is salvation simply a matter of cognitive knowledge? Questions taken from “The Call” by Dr. Gutierrez – Chapter 2 • Demons believe that Jesus is God, the Jesus Christ’s sacrifice was indeed sufficient to save sins, and…(be able to complete the sentence). •
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