reformation quiz

History has shown that men often alter biblical doctrine to better fit with their own beliefs and traditions (eg. Mk 7)  The Reformation was a movement to correct that.  Men of the Scriptures, against great opposition and the threat of death, set about reforming the accepted teaching regarding the doctrine of justification.  They used, as their sole authority, the Scriptures. These men biblically discerned and proclaimed what was truth and pointed out the errors in the teachings of their day.  In doing so, they set forth a true Scriptural definition of the doctrine of justification and reformed the tradition of the church from the 16th century forward.

How about you? Are you discerning?  Can you determine whether the following statements are true according to Scripture or are the false teachings of men?

Reformation Quiz

TRUE or FALSE

  1. Justification is a transformation of the soul in which original sin is removed and sanctifying grace infused.  
  2. Initial justification is by means of baptism.  
  3. Justification is lost through mortal sin (a gravely sinful act). 
  4. Justification is the imputation of the perfect righteousness of God. In Christ, the believer has been made complete.
  5. Salvation is attained by cooperating with grace through faith, good works, and participation in the sacraments.
  6. Grace is the undeserved favor of God.
  7. Saving faith is the entrusting of oneself to Christ as Lord and Savior.
  8. Venial sins (relatively slight sins) do not incur eternal punishment.

Finally, What are the Five Solas of the Reformation?

Answers

 1.) Justification is a transformation of the soul in which original sin is removed and sanctifying grace infused.  

FALSE:  Justification is a transformation of the soul in which personal sins are forgiven. When Jesus saves and justifies us, we are made worthy and are given eternal life with Him but the imputed original sin of Adam (our sin nature) is still within us.  That’s why we continue to sin even after we trust in Christ and He regenerates our souls. (Rom 7:20)

2.)  Initial justification is by means of baptism.  

FALSE:  Water baptism has no power to justify.  It is only Christ who justifies (Eph 2:8-9) and the baptism unto salvation is that of Christ who baptizes us with the Holy Spirit. (Acts 11:16)

3.)  Justification is lost through mortal sin.   

FALSE:  We did nothing to earn our salvation and we can do nothing to lose it.  It is Christ who saves and He keeps us.  He has promised that no one can pluck us out of His hands and that includes us by any choice or sin. (John 10:28)

4.)  Justification is the imputation of the perfect righteousness of God. In Christ, the believer has been made complete.  

TRUE  (Rom 3:21, 22; 10:3, Phil 3:9, 2 Cor 5:21, 1 Cor 1:30)

5.)  Salvation is attained by cooperating with grace through faith, good works, and participation in the sacraments.   

FALSE: Salvation is not of our works.  (Eph 2:8-9)

6.)  Grace is undeserved favor given by God according to His purpose and plan.  

TRUE (Eph 4:7)

7.)  Saving faith is the entrusting of oneself to Christ as Lord and Savior.  

TRUE (Rom 10:9)

8.)  Venial sins do not incur eternal punishment.   

FALSE: In our justification, all sins warrant eternal punishment. (Romans 6:23)

What are the Five Solas of the Reformation?  

You really need to be able to name all five Solas. If you can’t name them, click to review and remember The Five Solas of the Reformation

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