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The Gospel Exam

What Is The Gospel? Think you know?  Think again...

This simple 5 question test will determine if you really know the Gospel. 

Don't be surprised if you get the wrong answer for any or even all of these questions.   Circle the letter that "best" answers the question.  If you believe more than one answer applies, circle more than one letter.

1. What does the Gospel say about the state of man (mankind's spiritual condition at birth and up to and including salvation)?

A. All are sinners but all are still able to reach out to God and receive salvation.

B. All are sinners and spiritually dead but all are still able to receive salvation.

C. All are sinners and spiritually dead and unable to reach out to God to receive salvation, and instead are completely at God's mercy. Sinners must rely on God alone to convert them.

D. None of the above.

2. What does the Gospel say about God's part in determining who gets saved?

A. God saves anyone as long as they first accept Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior.

B. God saves all good people, even from other religions outside of Christianity.

C. God only saves those people for whom Jesus died, known as God's elect (Christ's bride).

D. None of the above.

3. What does the Gospel say about the scope of salvation?  Whose sins did Christ atone for?

A. All the sins of all men.

B. All the sins of all men, except the sin of unbelief.

C. All of the sins of some men.

D. None of the above.

4. What does the Gospel say about the success of God's offer of Salvation?

A. A person can refuse it even if he or she is one of God's elect.

B. All people will refuse it unless they are God's elect.

C. Everybody in the entire world can receive it, some just don't take the gift, others do.

D. None of the above.

5. What does the Gospel say about the permanence of salvation?

A. A person cannot lose their salvation if they were sincere when they prayed to be saved.

B. A person cannot lose their salvation if they were genuinely converted by God.

C. A person who was genuinely saved can lose their salvation if they walk away from God.

D. None of the above.

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