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The Nature of Man Final Exam CLOSED BOOK, closed notes, but open Bible and open to the Holy Spirit. 101 Points possible 6

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This course emphasized what three presuppositions about the way God deals with man? a. b. c.

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2.

What is the two-fold God-given purpose of man? a) b)

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3.

How are the three parts of our personality designed to work together. Illustrate it with the Semi-truck illustration. (What are the head lights, tractor engine, steering wheel, trailer)

Our emotions are caused by our __________ ____________ (Mt.6:21) and our ______________ (Ph.4:8)

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Definition: The will is the ability to

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5.

Read Ro.1:31 and explain why sin is unnatural.

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In addition to being strengthened by the Holy Spirit, what are the other three requirements necessary if a person is to be held accountable for his actions? a. b. c.


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Define: "Moral law": The description of _____________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________.

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In the physical realm: Physical Law is a control by using a c_________________ and allows no f______________ because that which is caused is not ________. Under the same set of conditions the cause always produces the same ____________ If hot water burns you, it is not ________________________ for that action and Is not worthy either of ____________ nor _________________________

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Moral Law a. A description of how things __________ to occur in the moral (spiritual realm) b. The means of control is __________________

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10. An influence is an ____________ to ____________. You can say, ‘yes’ or ‘no’ to a ‘good’ influence and you can say, ‘yes’ or ‘no’ to a bad influence.

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11. State the significance of 1Cor.10:13 “There is no temptation...” in regard to influences.

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12. A compelling force is a c A temptation is an i

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that leaves no room for choice. .

13. Regarding an influence, God, in His faithfulness guarantees that He will not __________________ _______________________________________________________________________________


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14. List the five different means God has for controlling men and societies and directing the course of history? a. Influence coming from ___________________________________________________ b. Influence coming from ________________________________________________ c. Influence coming from __________________________________________________ d. External control using __________________________________________________ e. Through __________________________ where God deals with an incorrigible people who are entirely corrupt and God is left without basis for continued_____________________ and wisdom has no alternative except ____________________________________________________

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15. What is Governmental Providence? It is an occasion when God must temporarily remove any option except ________ so an activity can only go in one direction, in order to establish a specific ____________________.

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16. Read 2Tim.2:20-22 and explain what Paul’s point is and what determines whether a person is a vessel unto honor or a vessel unto dishonor.

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17. A law without consequences is not law but merely _____________________________ check the actual point total (mine is wrong at the left) 93/101 = ?? % grade


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