Religion test True or false.?

1- God wills sin. 2- God's public revelation of truths to man began with Adam and Eve. 3-Public revelation is still going on. 4-The principal author of a book in the Bible is the man who wrote it. 5-Private revelations do not have to be believed. 6- When a person eats meat on a Friday in Lent without... show more 1- God wills sin.
2- God's public revelation of truths to man began with Adam and Eve.
3-Public revelation is still going on.
4-The principal author of a book in the Bible is the man who wrote it.
5-Private revelations do not have to be believed.
6- When a person eats meat on a Friday in Lent without realizing that it is a day of abstinence, he or she does not commit any formal sin.
7-When a person is in doubt whether or not a certain action is a sin, he is free to do it without further inquiry.
8- Pride is called a capital sin because it is one of the chief reasons why men commit sin.
9-When a person in mortal sin goes to Mass, he performs an action which is good but not meritorious of eternal life.
10-A person in mortal sin cannot gain sanctifying grace without the help of actual grace.
11-We could know that God is Trinity without supernatural revelation.
12-The conferring of grace is attributed or appropriated to the Holy Ghost.
13-Without actual grace we cannot perform any action.
14-The chief fruit of sanctifying grace is supernatural merit.
15- It is an article of faith that God created the angels out of nothing.
16- The angels were endowed at their creation with the beatific vision.
17-Jesus is two persons in one human body.
18-Jesus could suffer and die as man.
19- All three Persons of the Trinity performed the act of divine power whereby the Incarnation took place.
20-Mary the Mother of God remained a virgin in the birth of Christ.
21-St. Joseph was the true father of Jesus Christ.
22- God is immutable.
23-Human souls and angels are eternal in the same sense that God is.
24-The principal ways of obtaining grace are prayer and the sacraments.
25-Angels but not men are made to the image and likeness of God.
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