Question FBQ1 : The survey of the history of theology could be divided into ___ major periods.
Question FBQ2 : Christian theology has its genesis in the writings of the church fathers, particularly in the works of the _____.
Answer: Christian apologists
Question FBQ3 : The church Apologists sought to reassure the claims of Jesus Christ hitherto in the ____ context.
Question FBQ4 : The Bible and ___ are the sources of Christology.
Answer: Christian theology
Question FBQ5 : The monolithic theology of the medieval church was called into question by the ____ of the sixteen century.
Answer: Protestant movement
Question FBQ6 : The medieval theology dominated by scholastic tendencies and the Roman Catholic dogmatism led to the break of the Church at the advent of the ________.
Question FBQ7 : both in the radical and non-radical expressions bordered on the doctrine of Sola-Fide and Sola
Question FBQ8 : The overriding hypothesis of ____ theological works was the general commitment of individuals to the Christian faith and the rationality of the biblical revelation.
Question FBQ9 : The scholastics sought to harmonize Christian ___ and reason.
Question FBQ10 : Thomas Aquinas, Anselm and Peter Aberland are the foremost ____ of the Medieval period
Question FBQ11 : Before the 16th century the____ swept the whole European landscape.
Question FBQ12 : Roman Catholic Theology was expressed fully by the council of ____.
Question FBQ13 : Luther, Zwingli and Calvin are the foremost of the ____ theologians.
Question FBQ14 : ____ is ordinarily defined as "The human study of God."
Question FBQ15 : The Enlightenment period applied various forms of ___ and critical apparatus to the Bible and the Christian religion.
Question FBQ16 : Foremost among the theologian of the ____ period include W. F. Hegel, Emmanuel Kant and Friedrich Schleiermacher.
Question FBQ17 : The enlightenment period was dominated by pure ____
Question FBQ18 : Modern theologies such as Black, Feminism, Liberation, Asian and African theologies originated in __ period
Question FBQ19 : The academic and theological challenges of the Enlightenment were sustained in the ____ context, but perhaps with little modification.
Question FBQ20 : _____ is known as the father of biblical theology.
Answer: Johann Philip
Question FBQ21 : _______ defined Biblical theology as "the historical study of Old Testament and New Testament, their authors and the contexts within which they were written"
Answer: Johann Philip
Question FBQ22 : ________ in its classical expression has been divided into many disciplines and subcategories.
Question FBQ23 : Philosophical theology sought to use ____ categories to understand biblical revelation and human forms without the necessary a priori commitment to the Christian faith.
Question FBQ24 : ____ theology is reminiscent in the scholastic theological tradition of the medieval period and the Enlightenment obsession of rationality in the 19th -18th century.
Question FBQ25 : Historical theology is that theology that concerns itself with historical development of _____.
Answer: Christian doctrines
Question FBQ26 : Historical theology revealed the humanness and contextual nature of every theological ____.
Question FBQ27 : The branch of theology that seeks a rational presentation and documentation of doctrinal beliefs of the church is_____.
Answer: Systematic theology
Question FBQ28 : _____ theology is concerned with the relationship that exists between theology and the pastoral ministry.
Question FBQ29 : _____ Theology that is preoccupied with the text of scriptures.
Answer: Exegetical theology
Question FBQ30 : Theology must seek a conscious commitment to the _____.
Question FBQ31 : The Theology that is revealed in western theology as abstract, impersonal, reflective and unable to address the human socio-political, racial, gender and other cogent and volatile components of the human society is called _____.
Question FBQ32 : Every theology has some basic assumptions or hypothesis that guide its theological ______.
Question FBQ33 : The _______ as observed by John S. Mbiti is a strange and unique book.
Question FBQ34 : The possibility of true theology is grounded in God and not_______.
Question FBQ35 : The ____is one of the fundamental and central sources of Christian theology.
Question MCQ1 : _____ period in the history of Christian theology captures the efforts of Church Fathers.
Question MCQ2 : The quest for an African Christian Theology has immensely contributed to the richness of ______.
Answer: African Christianity
Question MCQ3 : Sola fide and sola scriptura are the two major catch phrases in which the reformers based their ____ against Roman Catholicism.
Question MCQ4 : Roman Catholic theologians insisted on Bible and _________
Question MCQ5 : Theological differences exist in the Christendom as a result of _________.
Answer: Human dimensions
Question MCQ6 : _____ in all confession seeks to redeem the battered, dehumanized and often abused image of womanhood.
Question MCQ7 : _____Theology had located the patriarchal nature of most human structures in religion, politics, and social arms of the society.
Question MCQ8 : The notion of divine absconditus as a theological concept is traced to the period of ___
Question MCQ9 : Christian theologies such as Asian, African, Liberation, Black, and Feminism among others emerged in the ____ historical era.
Question MCQ10 : The intentions and concerns of ____ theology are rooted in the experience of oppression by the Afro-Americans in the USA.
Question MCQ11 : ____ is the teaching that views Jesus as partly human and partly God.
Question MCQ12 : _____ Christological belief holds that Christ had sinless nature.
Question MCQ13 : ____ Christological concept emphasises the union of the two natures of Christ.
Question MCQ14 : Nicea Church Council condemned ____ as a heretic.
Question MCQ15 : ____ Christology started in the 4th century A.D as a response to the teaching of Arius.
Question MCQ16 : The view of ____ Christology is that the divine Christ manifested himself in the capacity of two natures.
Question MCQ17 : The two basic sources of Christology are Bible and ___.
Question MCQ18 : Modern hermeneutics is committed to the context of the ___
Question MCQ19 : Which of the following disciplines of theology is dominated by abstract theological forms?
Answer: Philosophical Theology
Question MCQ20 : Pentecostal Theology is referred to as _________.
Answer: Realistic theology
Question MCQ21 : The greatest Pentecostal contribution to global Christianity is ________.
Answer: Revival of interest in the Holy Spirit
Question MCQ22 : _____ is the source of Pentecostal contradiction.
Answer: Building wealthy Pastors alone
Question MCQ23 : The Council of ____ was intended by the Catholics to counter the onslaught of the reformation.
Question MCQ24 : According to Roman Catholic theology, authority of the scripture should be complemented by _________.
Question MCQ25 : The Roman Catholic doctrine that the Pope can never err in matters of faith is known as _____.
Answer: Papal Infallibility
Question MCQ26 : The Protestant theology is based on the following factors, except ______.
Answer: The doctrine of theotokos
Question MCQ27 : The term Evangelical first referred to adherents of _________.
Answer: Augsburg Confession
Question MCQ28 : ____ is the fastest growing movement in Christendom.
Question MCQ29 : According to Sobrino, _________ is the authentic theological source for understanding Christian truth and practices.
Answer: The poor
Question MCQ30 : A major criticism levelled against liberation theology is that it is _________.
Question MCQ31 : The post-Christian model of feminism rejected the Bible because of its patriarchal and _____ sentiments.
Question MCQ32 : The Coptic Church is a term synonymous with _________.
Answer: Egyptian church
Question MCQ33 : The birthplace of liberation theology ____
Answer: Latin America
Question MCQ34 : Liberation theology interprets theology from the perspective of poor and _________.
Question MCQ35 : According to Leonardo and Boff, liberation theology is a product of faith and _________.