Evan 101 2013

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Be able to recognize the following verses and their references. •Romans 3:23
Romans 6:23
Isaiah 64:6
Titus 3:5
Romans 5:8
1 John 1:5
Romans 10:9–10

Questions taken from “The Call” by Dr. Gutierrez – Chapter 1 •Can one receive a full, clear teaching of any biblical concept from just a few verses? •What is the only way to salvation?
Why can’t spiritual lostness be remedied by human means? •Is a person’s salvation based on his feelings?
What is the true gauge for holiness?
Even though an unsaved person can perform charitable deeds and express kindness that reflects Christianity,… (be able to complete the sentence). •What are some “bargaining” arguments people might use to argue their salvation? •In Matthew 5:3, what does “poor” mean?

When can we understand the true value of the mercy God lavishes on us? •The payment of one’s sin must come from a source that is what? •When does a personal relationship with God start?
The Lord Jesus Christ provided a payment for our sin even when…(be able to complete the sentence). •People’s souls do not receive punishment because of a lack of an invitation to receive the peace of Jesus Christ, but …(be able to complete the sentence). •Romans 10:9–10 teaches that if we want to accept Christ, we must do what? •Before we can confess with our mouth the Lord Jesus, we must have a cognitive understanding of what? •Be able to define “atonement” and “sufficient”.

Is salvation simply a matter of cognitive knowledge?

Questions taken from “The Call” by Dr. Gutierrez – Chapter 2 •Demons believe that Jesus is God, the Jesus Christ’s sacrifice was indeed sufficient to save sins, and…(be able to complete the sentence). •What is believing volitionally?

Biblically speaking, what are the heart and the mind?
Will a person’s good deeds or charitable actions save him? •How do you know you believe volitionally?
Know what...
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