1. After food had been offered to idols, it was often
___A sold in the public food markets.
___C thrown out to be eaten by animals.
2. Christians who had matured in knowledge knew that
___A an idol is nothing.
___B a Christian must not eat food once offered to idols.
___C food offered to idols is spiritually polluted.
3. Knowledge puffs up, but _____ builds up.
4. Behind the idols there are
___A unscrupulous priests.
___B food markets.
5. The Jerusalem conference, Acts 15, prohibited
___A eating meat slaughtered by unbelievers.
___B eating food which had ever been offered to an idol.
___C eating food as an act of worship to an idol.
6. A Christian who would otherwise be free to eat food once offered to an idol would not be free to do so if
___A the offering had been done in an idol temple.
___B it would influence a weaker brother to eat the food in violation of his conscience.
___C he was a Jew.
7. An individual Christian must leave off doing anything which would cause his brother to stumble. When it comes to congregational practices,
___A this principle must be balanced by the need to do what is most effective in saving souls.
___B this principle must be applied to the church to the same extent as to individuals.
___C this principle cannot be applied.
8. In order for me to worship acceptably on a regular basis with a local congregation,
___A I must agree with that congregation on basic essentials.
___B I must agree with that congregation in everything they do.
___C I don’t have to agree with them on anything except the need to worship God.
9. When a Christian finds meat for sale in the market or is offered food in the home of an unbeliever,
___A he is to avoid it because it may have been offered to idols.
___B he should find out if it has been offered to idols, and if it has not, he can eat it.
___C he can eat it without asking questions.
10. The purpose of our existence is to
___A avoid all defilements of the world such as idolatry.
___B know as much as we can.
___C glorify God.