Self-test questions on family government and conscience

Self-test questions on family government and conscience
Part ONE, Section I, Chapter 4 of God Betrayed

Give as many Bible verses (where appropriate), comments, and explanations as you can to support your answers. Click here to review “Biblical Teaching on Family Government and Conscience.”

  1. Prior to the fall, who ruled over the other, the husband or the wife?
  2. After the fall, what was the next type of government established by God?
  3. After the fall, what did God say to the woman concerning leadership?
  4. What does the Bible about leadership in the family?
  5. Who are to lead and care for the children?
  6. Where is man to satisfy his sexual desire?
  7. Who is responsible for educating children and what is to be the basis of that education?
  8. After the fall and before the flood, what was man directed by?
  9. What is conscience?
  10. What was one’s conscience controlled by after the fall and before the flood?
  11. After man ate of the fruit of the knowledge of good and evil (after the fall), how did man change? What do dispensationalists call the resulting economy?
  12. Did the Holy Spirit strive with man during the days before the flood?
  13. After the fall and before the flood, during the dispensation of conscience, through what was man responsible to God?
  14. What type of sacrifice was acceptable to God at that time?
  15. Name as many who properly responded at that time as you can.
  16. Briefly recount the story of Cain and Abel.
  17. When did murder come on the scene?
  18. Did God allow civil government between the fall and the flood? Briefly explain.
  19. At the flood, what did God delegate to man? Why?
  20. Has any nation ever ruled under God for any extended length of time?


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