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Do you think like a Catholic or a Protestant?

Take this short quiz to find out




Instructions: Read each pair of statements. Choose the one that most closely represents your personal beliefs. Then check the answer.
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(choose one)

a. God gives a man right standing with Himself by mercifully accounting him innocent and virtuous.

b. God gives a man right standing with Himself by actually making him into an innocent and virtuous person.

Answer



PROTESTANT — a. God gives a man right standing with Himself by mercifully accounting him innocent and virtuous.

CATHOLIC — b. God gives a man right standing with Himself by actually making him into an innocent and virtuous person.


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(choose one)

a. God gives a man right standing with Himself by placing Christ’s goodness and virtue to his credit.

b. God gives a man right standing with Himself by putting Christ’s goodness and virtue into his heart.

Answer



PROTESTANT — a. God gives a man right standing with Himself by placing Christ’s goodness and virtue to his credit.

CATHOLIC — b. God gives a man right standing with Himself by putting Christ’s goodness and virtue into his heart.

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(choose one)

a. God accepts the believer because of the moral excellence found in Jesus Christ.

b. God makes the believer acceptable by infusing Christ’s moral excellence into his life.

Answer



PROTESTANT — a. God accepts the believer because of the moral excellence found in Jesus Christ.

CATHOLIC — b. God makes the believer acceptable by infusing Christ’s moral excellence into his life.

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(choose one)

a. If a sinner becomes “born-again” (the regenerating, transforming process of character), he will achieve right standing with God.

b. If the sinner is granted right standing with God through faith (“born-again”), he will then experience transformation of character.

Answer



CATHOLIC — a. If a sinner becomes “born-again” (the regenerating, transforming process of character), he will achieve right standing with God.

PROTESTANT — b. If the sinner is granted right standing with God through faith (“born-again”), he will then experience transformation of character.

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(choose one)

a. We receive right standing with God by faith alone.

b. We receive right standing with God by faith which has become active by love.

Answer



PROTESTANT — a. We receive right standing with God by faith alone.

CATHOLIC — b. We receive right standing with God by faith which has become active by love.

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(choose one)

a. We achieve right standing with God by having Christ live out His life of obedience in us.

b. We achieve right standing with God by accepting the fact that He obeyed the law perfectly for us.

Answer


CATHOLIC — a. We achieve right standing with God by having Christ live out His life of obedience in us.

PROTESTANT — b. We achieve right standing with God by accepting the fact that He obeyed the law perfectly for us.

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(choose one)

a. We achieve right standing with God by following Christ’s example by the help of His enabling grace.

b. We follow Christ’s example because His life has given us right standing with God.

Answer



CATHOLIC — a. We achieve right standing with God by following Christ’s example by the help of His enabling grace.

PROTESTANT — b. We follow Christ’s example because His life has given us right standing with God.

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(choose one)

a. God first pronounces that we are good in His sight, then gives us His Spirit to make us good.

b. God sends His Spirit to make us good, and then He will pronounce that we are good.

Answer



PROTESTANT — a. God first pronounces that we are good in His sight, then gives us His Spirit to make us good.

CATHOLIC — b. God sends His Spirit to make us good, and then He will pronounce that we are good.

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(choose one)

a. Christ’s finished work on the cross and intercession at God’s right hand gives us favor in the sight of God.

b. It is the indwelling Christ that gives us favor in God’s sight.

Answer



PROTESTANT — a. Christ’s finished work on the cross and intercession at God’s right hand gives us favor in the sight of God.

CATHOLIC — b. It is the indwelling Christ that gives us favor in God’s sight.

Next (Only 1 left!)


(choose one)

a. Only by the imputation of Christ’s righteousness through faith can we fully satisfy the claims of the Ten Commandments.

b. By the power of the Holy Spirit living in us, we can fully satisfy the claims of the Ten Commandments.

Answer



PROTESTANT — a. Only by the imputation of Christ’s righteousness through faith can we fully satisfy the claims of the Ten Commandments.

CATHOLIC — b. By the power of the Holy Spirit living in us, we can fully satisfy the claims of the Ten Commandments.

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