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You will find answers to the questions in the lesson material as well as the Scripture references that are cited. Verses from the Bible are taken from the New International Version; however, any translation that you have will be satisfactory.

The following quiz may be taken for credit at any time. To pass, you must correctly answer at least 14 of the 20 randomized questions. When you are satisfied with your answers, click on the Submit button at the end of the test. You will receive immediate notification of your score. If you do not pass, review the material, then retake the quiz.

1. In Isaiah 55:8-9, the prophet says that...
God will judge the world at the end of time.
God's ways and thoughts are higher than man's ways and thoughts.
God rules over heaven and earth.

2. In Romans 11:33-34, Paul writes a passage that focuses primarily on...
God's transcendence.
God's love.
God's immanence.

3. Psalm 139 deals primarily with the concept of...
God's purity.
God's holiness.
God's omniscience and omnipresence.

4. In 1 Corinthians 1:20-25, Paul deals with all of the truths and principles listed below except one. Which of the following truths is not dealt with by Paul in 1 Corinthians 1?
The weakness of God is stronger than man's strength.
The world through its wisdom did not know God.
God is the Creator of the heavens and the earth.
God's foolishness is wiser than man's wisdom.

5. In Isaiah 40:28, the Old Testament prophet teaches us that...
God is our Creator, and He does not become weary or tired.
God is holy and righteous.
After creating the heavens and the earth, God rested on the seventh day.

6. With a sufficient amount of careful Bible study, we can learn everything about the nature of God.
True
False

7. According to Psalm 19, God has revealed Himself to humans through the wonders of nature.
True
False

8. In Genesis 1, the phrase "And God said..." appears only twice.
True
False

9. According to Romans 1:21, a failure to give God the worship He is due constitutes foolishness on the part of any individual.
True
False

10. Many in today's modern-day culture seem to have lost sight of the fact of God's holiness.
True
False

11. According to Ezekiel 11:5, God has the power to know our thoughts.
True
False

12. Holiness has to do with the idea that God is like humans.
True
False

13. According to 1 John 1:5, God is a mysterious being that dwells in both darkness and light.
True
False

14. Humans can know God in a personal and intimate manner.
Immanence
Transcendence
Omniscience
Omnipresence

15. God is separate and different.
Worship and Obedience
Immanence
Holiness
Omniscience

16. God is everywhere.
Omnipresence
Transcendence
Omnipotence
Immanence

17. God is beyond the limits of human knowledge and experience.
Immanence
Transcendence
Omnipotence
Omniscience

18. This is the proper way for humans to respond to God's greatness.
Worship and Obedience
Omniscience
Immanence
Omnipresence

19. God's knowledge is unlimited.
Omniscience
Omnipresence
Transcendence
Omnipotence

20. God has all power.
Omnipotence
Omnipresence
Transcendence
Immanence

 



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