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Q1
The theme justification by faith can only achieved through
A
sacrifices to Jesus
B
resurrection of Jesus
C
redemptive power of Jesus
D
response of angels to Jesus
E
Q2
According to Paul in Romans, if it is the adherents of the law who are to be the heirs of Abraham then faith in Jesus is
A
null and void
B
not attainable
C
beyond the reach of Gentiles
D
transgression of the law
E
Q3
The result of justification by faith is
A
divine protection
B
peace with God
C
forgiveness of sins
D
answered prayers
E
Q4
Paul said in Galatians that, before faith came, we were confined under
A
grace
B
the law
C
righteousness
D
love
E
Q5
According to Paul in Romans, Abraham was justified because of his
A
obedience to the law
B
faith in God
C
personal goodness
D
moral life
E
Q6
According to Paul, God sent his son to die for sinners in order to
A
justify the world
B
expose their evil nature
C
expose them to the curse of the law
D
prove that He is God the father
E
Q7
Paul taught that justification can only be obtained by
A
obeying the law of Moses.
B
working hard on the earth.
C
having faith in Jesus.
D
going to church regularly.
E
Q8
``you stiff-necked people, uncircumcised in heart and ear...." This statement was directed at
A
The Jews who came for baptism.
B
The Jews in diaspora.
C
The priest, leaders and men of Israel.
D
Herod, Pilate and Caiaphas.
E
Q9
According to Paul in Romans, when civil authorities mete out punishment upon evil doers, they do so as the
A
agents of God's wrath.
B
oppressors of poor.
C
agents of darkness of this world.
D
representatives of angelic powers.
E
Q10
``Justification by faith' means
A
Acquitted based on self-righteousness.
B
Acceptance through grace.
C
declared innocent on trial.
D
Acceptance through compliance with the law.
E
Q11
In Galatians, Paul taught that the law was a custodian until Christ came, that we might
A
obey the law.
B
be justified by faith.
C
live according to the dictates of the law.
D
continue to live under the custodian.
E
Q12
When peter said the time had come for Judgement to begin with the `household of God', he meant that
A
God himself will soon sit in Judgement over the world.
B
member of God's family will judge the sinners.
C
Christians are warned that they would be the first to be Judged.
D
on the day of Judgement, God will select the sheep and cast away the goats.
E
Q13
According to Paul in romans, the law and prophets bore witness to the righteousness of God but man could not be justified until he
A
learnt to be like Jews.
B
had faith in Jesus.
C
saw the glory of God.
D
made a serious personal effort.
E
submitted wholly to the law.
Q14
According to Paul, all men have sinned and fallen short of the glory of God, but we have been justified by
A
Jesus becoming man.
B
God's gift of grace.
C
Obedience to the law.
D
Man's own self effort.
E
Work of righteousness.
Q15
The main condition for justification according to paul,is
A
Human merit.
B
Ability to keep the law.
C
Faith in christ's redemptive work.
D
possesion of spiritual gifts.
E
Unmerited favour.