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Question 1 of 6
Why should we not be concerned that speaking of judgment causes sinners to fear?
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Sinners should rightly fear God because they have sinned against Him and are therefore “children of wrath”; they are commanded to repent.
Question 2 of 6
If we don’t preach about the coming judgment, what will result?CorrectIncorrect
If we don’t tell sinners of the coming judgment as the reason for them to repent, they will be passive about responding to the Savior and will be false converts who only believe but do not repent. They won’t fear God enough to obey Him.
Question 3 of 6
Why is it difficult for Christians to preach about judgment and hell without making reference to the Law?Grading can be reviewed and adjusted.Grading can be reviewed and adjusted.
Preaching about judgment and hell without referring to the Law, to show sinners why God is angry with them, will leave them bewildered and angry because the punishment will seem unreasonable. Without the Law, a sinner cannot comprehend that God would send anyone to hell, because he is deceived into thinking that God’s standard of righteousness is the same as his own. The damage is done when a sinner concludes that hell is unreasonable and he therefore doesn’t need a Savior.
Question 4 of 6
What does the Law do to judgment?Grading can be reviewed and adjusted.Grading can be reviewed and adjusted.
The Law appeals to the “reason” of sinners and helps them see that judgment is reasonable.
Question 5 of 6
What does eternal punishment for sin show us about God?Grading can be reviewed and adjusted.Grading can be reviewed and adjusted.
That God would punish sin with eternal punishment shows His absolute and uncompromising holiness, and how serious sin really is in His eyes.
Question 6 of 6
According to R. C. Sproul, there’s probably no concept in theology more attractive to modern America than the idea of divine wrath.CorrectIncorrect