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The Divine Plan of the Ages
Chapter 9 Questions

1. Explain why restitution is guaranteed by the Ransom. (pages 149, 150)


2. Was everlasting life secured by the Ransom? If not, what did the Ransom secure? (pages 150, 151)


3. Explain the conditions and advantages of mankind's future trial. (pages 151, 152)


4. Do all now have a full, fair opportunity in order to be on trial for life? Explain why or why not. (pages. 152, 153)


5. Explain the difference between the experiences of the church during her trial and the experiences of the world under her trial. (page 153)


6. What is the penalty for sin and what gleam of hope was given to man after sin entered? (pages 154, 155)



8. Explain how the race could be and was redeemed by the death of one. (page 156)


9. There has been no recovery from the Adamic loss since our Lord's death almost 2,000 years ago. Is this fact a valid argument against a future restitution of mankind? (page 157)


10. Will faith and works still be necessary to secure salvation? Explain. (page 158)


11. What are the wages of wilful sin? (pages 158, 159)


12. Will there be room on the earth for the resurrected billions? Explain your answer. (pages 159, 160)


13. Evolutionists state that primitive man was lacking in intelligence. Is the brain capacity today greater than in by- gone days? Give examples to support your answers. (pages 161- 165)


14. If the mental capacity of today is not greater than that of the past, how do we account for the increase of general knowledge, modern, inventions, etc.? (pages 165-168)


15. What have the blessings of our day (i.e. inventions, labor saving machinery) lead to and why? (pages 168-171)


16. Explain the Bible account of man's creation. Is God's account of creation in harmony with evolution? (pages 171-172)