True or False: We should defend our neighbor, that is, we should speak up for and protect our neighbor from false accusations.
The text of the Commandments is from Chapter 20 of which book?
True or False: God forbids sexual sins such as: intercourse between unmarried persons, rape, homosexual activity, incest, sexual child abuse, obscenity, and use of pornographic materials.
Which commandment forbids idolatry in all its forms?
Does anyone have authority to take another person's life?
True or False: We should avoid (and help others avoid) things that that harm the body and the mind, such as drugs, too much alcohol (which leads to drunkenness and possible death), or intaking household substances meant for cleaning or other purposes.
What prevent us from keeping God's commandments perfectly?
What were some of the other gods of the Old Testament time period?
True or False: My own life is a gift of God to be ended only by Him.
True or False: No person can keep any or all commandments perfectly, except Jesus Christ. But all those who have faith in Jesus Christ (by the power of the Holy Spirit) willingly strive to keep these commandments.
True or False: God forbids us to take another person's life (murder, abortion, euthanasia) or our own life (suicide).
True or False: There are three kinds of laws in the Old Testament: 1) the moral law, which tells people their duty toward God and other people, 2) the ceremonial law, which regulated the worship practices of Israel of old, and 3) the political law, which was the state law of the Israelites of old. Only the moral law was written in the human heart.