Evan 101 Study Guide Exam 1 Essay

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Exam 1 Study Guide

Be able to recognize the following verses and their references. • Romans 3:23 – For all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God • Romans 6:23- For the wages of sin are death but the gift of God is enteral life in Christ Jesus our Savior • Isaiah 64:6- But we alllike an unclean thing and all our righteousness are like filthy rags. • Titus 3:5- Teaches that hter is no possible way to obtain salvation by our good thoughts or good deeds, “ Not by workds of righeiusness which we have done bu according to His mercy He saved us throught the washing of regeneration and renewing of the Holy Spirit. • Romans 5:8- teaches that God extended an invitation for you to enter into a peaceful
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In other words we don’t need anything else, Jesus Christ’s dethat on the cross and resurrection are totally adequate to atone for our sins and our sin debt. • Is salvation simply a matter of cognitive knowledge? NO – salvation is not just a matter of cognitive knowledge , knowledge alone is not enough.

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 …- He rose from the dead. • What is believing volitionally? Is an act of the will – total dependence of Jesus • Biblically speaking, what are the heart and the mind? -The heart is coupled with words that denote thinking. • Will a person’s good deeds or charitable actions save him? NO • How do you know you believe volitionally?- The heart will experience remose, repent and request salvation. • Know what salvation is not. – 1. The physical act of uttering words in prayer form 2. The physical act of walking down a church aisle during an invitation. 3. contingent on a great emotion (or the lack of) during the conversion experience. 4. The result of solely wanting to be saved from going to hell upo death. 5. Translated into instant perfection. • The prayer of salvation must come from a heart that …-understands lostness “ their emptiness. They must truly understand they are lost before

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