Mid-term Exam Study Guide (THE 311: The Triune God)
1. Definition of divine incomprehensibility (notes 2, p. 1 [I.A])
The knowledge of God cannot be contained by the mind of the creature.
2. How does 1 Kings 8:27 establish the incomprehensibility of God?
1. What were the major heresies which affected the 2 nd century church? How was each one resolved? What
developments within the church did that resolution lead to?
Early Internal Dangers
o Likely began in the 2nd century
o Claimed to be the tr
Narrative of Redemption Final Study Guide:
The Hope of Redemption:
The Kingdom of God:
o Mark 1:14-15
o What is the kingdom of God?
Ethical Kingdom: Human beings should love one
another. This is liberal protestant theology (ex. Albert
Narrative of Redemption
Midterm Study Guide
Theology: the study of God
Biblical Theology: tells the story of the whole Bible
1. To know God and praise Him more and more
2. To understand the contours of the Bible
3. To help us understand the na
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