ROMANS 1 TO 5
TEST, VBCBI, 11-12-2016
Teacher: Russell Earl Kelly, PHD
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1. 1:3 Why did Jesus come as a man?
2. 1:4 Why did Jesus come as Deity?
3. 1:16 After Calvary, why must the gospel go to the Jews first?
4. 1:17 As a lawyer, what other word does Paul equate
1:17 After introducing “the just shall live by faith,” where does Paul begin to explain those words?
6. From 1:18 through 3:20 Paul explains why the heathen,
hypocrites and Jews are guilty and deserve wrath. Why are the heathen and hypocrites guilty from 1:18 to 2:16?
7. 1:24-28 After deliberately disobeying God, God
“gave them up” and “gave them over” to commit acts against nature itself. In which verses are found
8. 2:1-16 Who is
the moralist-hypocrite and why is he guilty before God?
9. 2:17 to 3:10 Why is the Jew guilty and deserving of wrath?
10: 2:25-29 Why do these verses NOT teach that believing Gentiles are spiritual
Jews and spiritual Israel is the church?
11. 3:1-9 Why is God not a respecter of person when giving special revelation to Israel?
12. 3:10-18 These verses apply to both Jew and Gentile (all humanity). How
is the word “law” (from 3:19-20) applied in 3:10-18?
13. 3:19-20 Whether under the “law” principle of nature and conscience or THE explicit direct
revealed will of God –who is guilty and deserves the wrath of God?
14. 3:21 Which two words indicate a change of direction in the epistle?
15. 3:21-24 What Wilmington statement has been repeated
3 times in class by Pastor Chapman concerning the action of the judge who condemns sinners?
16. 3:21-24 Which two things must a righteous and just God do in order to
justify His own holiness or character?
3:25-26 (Heb 9:15) Which pre-Calvary daily act of God through priests casts doubt on His holiness (just-ness and righteousness)?
18. 3:25-26 What did God have to do before He could
be the justifier of him which believes in Jesus?
19. 3:27 Which principle supersedes the law of sin and death? Compare Romans 8:3.
20. 3:31 How does faith establish (the) law principle?
21. 4 all Which two witnesses of imputed righteousness
attained by faith in Jesus Christ alone (apart from works of the law) testify in Romans 4.
22. 5:1 What is the assurance that every truly-born again Christian has?
23. 5:1-2 Which O.T. event did Dr. Kelly compare
“access,” “stand” and “glory” to? Compare Heb 4:16 also.
24. 5:10-19 If these were our only inspired Bible texts, what would they appear
25. 3:21 to 5:19 Which
two words with the same root disprove universalism?
ROMANS 1 TO 5 TEST ANSWERS
1. Ans: Man had sinned; only a sinless man could repair the breach.
2. Ans: Sin violated the character of God; only one
equal to the violated character could repair the breach.
3. Ans: The Jews will never lose their priority before God. Calvary did not end God’s unconditional
promises to Israel.
4. Ans: justification
5. Ans: 3:21 through chapter 5
6. Ans: They have sinned against the “law”
–“the revealed will of God” clearly seen in nature and conscience (1:18-20; 2:14-16).
7. Ans 1:24, 26, 27
8. Ans: He is self-righteous and is guilty for the same reason as the heathen
–sins against nature and conscience per 2:14-16.
9. Ans: The Jew has sinned against the direct revelation of God (THE LAW) which he habitually breaks.
10. Ans: They are NOT addressed to Gentiles. All
believers are spiritual children of Abraham, but are not called spiritual Jews. Among Jews, only believing Jews are spiritual
11. Ans: With special revelation
comes much more accountability for what God has revealed.
12. Ans: In Romans 3:10-18 “law” is “God’s revealed will.” Here, to the
Jew it includes Isaiah and Psalms –the entire Old Testament.
13. Ans: All are guilty and deserve the wrath of God from 1:18.
14. Ans: “But now”
15. Ans: The same judge who condemns all as sinners
deserving His wrath personally suffers His own wrath in order to redeem sinners.
16. Ans: (1) He must punish sin and (2) He must be merciful and forgive sinners
who come to Him by faith in Jesus Christ.
17. Ans: Forgiving sins which had not been paid for (in the eyes of Satan and man). Consider Revelation 13:8.
18. Ans: He had to first declare Himself to
be just in forgiving sins committed before Calvary. Calvary allowed that to happen.
19. Ans: The law (or principle) of faith which works through love. Compare
Romans 3:27; 8:2-3.
20. Ans: The
fact that man can only be saved by grace through faith in the redemption (imputed righteousness) of Jesus Christ proves that
he could not be saved through law which could only condemn.
21. Ans: Abraham, while he was still Abram, an uncircumcised Babylonian-Gentle and King David who boasted
of imputed righteousness apart from law.
22. Ans: He has peace with God and has no worry of not being saved.
23. Ans: Leviticus 16, the Day of Atonement, when the High Priest entered into the Most
Holy Place into the Presence of God.
Ans: Universalism; God will eventually save everybody, including Satan and the fallen angels.
25. Ans: “Believe” and “faith” occur 24 times from
3:22 to 5:1.
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