Who Is God? Review Quiz #1

After you complete Who Is God? Part 1 and Part 2, you can take this Quiz to review what you have learned. You can take the quiz as many times as you desire.

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  1. When we say that God is “transcendent”, we mean that:
    A. “God” is a spiritual term describing nature.
    B. God’s nature and our human nature are essentially the same.
    C. God is beyond us.
    D. God is more a force than a person.
  2. The main point of the Creation Story in Genesis is:
    A. To give us a detailed, biological account of God’s Creation.
    B. To show that God wants us here and that He has a place for us in His created order.
    C. To show that humanity is a biological accident.
    D. To give us a fictional, mythological account of the origins of the universe.
  3. When we say that God is “sovereign”, we mean that:
    A. Everything must bow in submission to God.
    B. Everything will be judged by the standard of God’s holiness.
    C. Everyone owes their existence to God.
    D. All of the above.
  4. When we say that God is “omnipotent”, we mean that:
    A. God is all-powerful.
    B. God sees all.
    C. God knows all.
    D. God is everywhere.
  5. When we say that God is “omniscient”, we mean that:
    A. God is all-powerful.
    B. God sees all.
    C. God knows all.
    D. God is everywhere.
  6. When we say that God is “holy”, we mean that:
    A. God is a Spirit.
    B. God is unknowable.
    C. God is present everywhere.
    D. God is without imperfection, evil or defect.
  7. When we say that God is “immanent”, we mean that:
    A. God is unknowable.
    B. God has no equal.
    C. God is with us.
    D. None of the above.
  8. The fact that God reveals Himself as the great “I AM”, means that:
    A. God is personal.
    B. God is impersonal.
    C. God is unknowable.
    D. God can be known by reason alone.
  9. Because God is love, we know that:
    A. God is committed to us and to His entire creation.
    B. God is constantly working to restore His creation from the power of evil.
    C. Jesus comes into the world, not to condemn it, but to save it.
    D. All of the above.
  10. When we refer to God as “Trinity”, we mean that:
    A. God is three distinct divine beings.
    B. There is only one God who appears in three different forms.
    C. There is one God in three persons.
    D. There is one God with three different names.
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