Topic 3 Study Guide
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Justification: regards sinful human being as righteous on account of their faith in the work of Jesus
Christ, which was done on their behalf.
Regeneration: recreate a fallen human being usually pictures as a rebirth
Adoption: God taking a person on as his
Due Date: Oct 08, 2015
Max Points: 50.0
In this assignment you will analyze the implications of the fall of humanity, consider the
impact of the Fall on humanity, and reflect on the continuing consequences of the Fall for
people throughout hum
Personal Commitments Assessment
Be sure you answer both Part 1 and Part 2 of this assignment before submitting.
After reading Chapter 2 in the textbook and the lecture for this topic, write a 2-3 sentence answer
to each of the six questions that fo
Topic 2 Study Guide
1. List and briefly explain the four statements describing the Trinity.
a. God is one (Deut. 6:4, James 2:19)
i. Monotheism There is ultimately only one god
b. God is three (Isaiah 40:13-31; Titus 2:13; John 20:28; 2 Corinthians 3:17)
All About Jesus
What would it be like to personally listen to one of Jesuss lessons? It would be
wonderful yes, but since we cant, the best that we can do is understand what he has left behind
for us the best that we can. Also, to understand why it is t
Topic 5 Study Guide
1. Summarize Romans 3:20-26. Define and discuss the term justification from the textbook or
the PowerPoint presentation.
The event in which God regards a sinful human being as righteous on account of their faith in
the work of Jesus Ch
My worldview is the result of many years of experiences and shaped by many different influences, but
the main reason is a hybrid of science and god. Conversations with my family, teachers, friends,
coworkers, and even strangers transformed my
Topic 4 Study Guide
1. Read Philippians 2:5-11 and briefly describe the direction Jesus life took. How was Jesus a
real human being?
Although Jesus was God, he took the nature of a humble, obedient human servant. This
obedience even took him to the point
Why do certain people avoid discussing racism?
When witnessing a racist act do you speak up or walk away? Why?
Have you ever been belittled because of the color of your skin?
What are some racial stereotypes?
Racism can affect the victims in both psycholo
Topic 1 Study Guide
1. Define the following terms as they appear in the textbook/lecture and also in your own
a. Worldview - is a foundation set of assumptions to which one commits that serves as a
framework for understanding and interpreting reali