APOL 220 Quiz 5

  • Question 1

    4 out of 4 points

    Keller uses the analogy of stones and logs to describe A and B doctrines.

    Selected Answer:

    True

  • Question 2

    4 out of 4 points

    This doctrine represents Christian beliefs that a particular culture finds difficult to accept, if not all together repulsive.

    Selected Answer:

    B doctrine

  • Question 3

    4 out of 4 points

    As Christian apologists, it is important that we understand how people’s assumptions and beliefs are ___________ conditioned.

    Selected Answer:

    Both A and B

  • Question 4

    4 out of 4 points

    Talk of cultural trends and traditions is something that only plagues graduate-level philosophy and should not influence our apologetic method.

    Selected Answer:

    False

  • Question 5

    4 out of 4 points

    Paul was a student of Greek culture because he committed to spending time studying their culture.

    Selected Answer:

    True

  • Question 6

    4 out of 4 points

    Consider this point: “He relates to their belief in supernatural beings.” Which audience was this contextualization directed to?

    Selected Answer:

    Greeks

  • Question 7

    4 out of 4 points

    Cultural plausibility structures refer to the beliefs we deem plausible because the people around us support them.

    Selected Answer:

    True

  • Question 8

    4 out of 4 points

    This is characterized by an overconfident picture through which to view the world

    Selected Answer:

    A Spin

  • Question 9

    4 out of 4 points

    “What can we affirm and what do we need to challenge” are questions from the inside part of the inside out model.

    Selected Answer:

    True

  • Question 10

    4 out of 4 points

    This analogy was used to describe the immanent frame:

    Selected Answer:

    A two-story house

  • Question 11

    4 out of 4 points

    Many of the assumptions of the pre-modern era align well with Christianity.

    Selected Answer:

    True

  • Question 12

    4 out of 4 points

    Paul suggests that to contextualize is to abandon the gospel message

    Selected Answer:

    False

  • Question 13

    4 out of 4 points

    Which basic period does this description refer to? It rejected the truth propagated by traditional authorities.

    Selected Answer:

    Modernism

  • Question 14

    4 out of 4 points

    Which NT author provides us with some of the most immediate examples of contextualization?

    Selected Answer:

    Paul

  • Question 15

    4 out of 4 points

    Whenever the gospel is being presented in any culture, it is being contextualized.

    Selected Answer:

    True

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