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The Divine Plan of the Ages
Chapter 10 Questions

1. What is the common misapprehension respecting those who will be saved? (page 173)


2. How was man created and has God abandoned his original plan for man? (page 174)


3. Does a little lower in degree mean a little less perfect? Explain your answer. (pages 175,176)


4. Describe the contrast between man, now degraded by sin, and man as he was originally created. What will man be restored to? (page 177)


5. How does our Lord's change of nature, his Ransom sacrifice, and, finally, his exaltation to the divine nature prove that the divine, angelic and human natures are separate and distinct? (pages 178-181)


6. What is the Bible testimony concerning spirit beings? In other words, what do the Scriptures tell us about spirit beings? (pages 181-184)


 7. Define the terms "mortality" and "immortality." Explain the confusion that has been caused by the false understanding of the word "mortality." (pages 184-185)


8. Was Adam on trial for immortality? If no, can mortal beings have everlasting life? Explain. (pages 186,187)


9. Does justice require that God should make no difference in the bestowment of his favors among his creatures?


10. Does all nature, both animate and inanimate, exhibit the glory and diversity of divine power and wisdom?


11. What confusion has a false idea concerning justice caused and what are God's sovereign rights?


12. Is God's provision for man a satisfying portion? Explain your answer. (pages 191-193)


13. Explain the election of the body of Christ. (pages 193-196)


14. How does the church's change of natures take place? Explain or describe the developmental process of the new nature. (pages 196-198)


15. Explain the difference between a transformation of character and a transformation of nature and how they take place. (pages 198-204)