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Law and Gospel: Quiz


Question 1: "Law and Grace", sermon by ________
BaptistJohn Gill (theologian)Charles SpurgeonThomas Spurgeon

Question 2: Other Christian groups have a view on the issue as well, though it has not usually been as hotly debated or rigorously defined as in the ________ and Reformed traditions.
Sacramental unionLutheranismApostles' CreedProtestant Reformation

Question 3: Conversely, Reformed Christians have sometimes seen this two-use scheme of some modern Lutherans as leading to a form of ________.
Circumcision controversy in early ChristianityNew CovenantBiblical law in ChristianityAntinomianism

Question 4: In these traditions, the distinction between the doctrines of Law, which demands obedience to God's ethical will, and Gospel, which promises the forgiveness of sins in light of the person and work of ________, is critical.
New TestamentNew Testament view on Jesus' lifeApostle (Christian)Jesus

Question 5: "Calvin’s Third Use of the Law: An Assessment of Reformed Explications of the Ten Commandments" by John Burgess in ________
Office Open XMLPortable Document FormatOpenDocumentHTML

Question 6: It aims at the subordination of the Halakah, the collective body of Jewish religious law, or in general Judaism, under the dominance of ________ and the New Covenant.
TrinityChristologyChristian theologyBiblical canon

Question 7: Additionally, some have suggested that the third use of the law is not found at all in Luther but comes from ________.
Matthias FlaciusPhilipp MelanchthonMartin LutherLutheranism

Question 8: In his ________, the Reformer John Calvin likewise distinguished three uses in the Law.
Covenant theologyHuguenotInstitutes of the Christian ReligionFive solas

Question 9: ________ discusses three pairs of these predicates in his second and final sequel to Robinson Crusoe, Serious Reflections (1720): "forbear and live", "do and live", "believe and live".
NovelWilliam DampierDaniel DefoeJonathan Swift

Question 10: In other words, which parts of the Law (which is sometimes divided into moral, civil, ceremonial portions), remain binding on societies today (for the general discussion, see ________).
AntinomianismBiblical law in ChristianityCircumcision controversy in early ChristianityNew Covenant


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