College of Professional Christian Studies (Global)
Departments of Biblical Studies and Christ-based Counseling


Equivalent Course Hours: Approximately 3 semester units.
Certification Literature:  Sex, Sexuality, and the Believer (Request the literature via email).

Understanding the Certification Design: Candidates use the literature to respond to questions.  Questions are in chronological order throughout
the certification exercise.  Questions preceded with bracket statements require Biblical, spiritual, or counseling insight, and these
questions test the candidates ability to deduce, assimilate, and otherwise process a number of factors to answer the questions. The
certification exercise is concluded by developing a counseling plan for two case studies.

Certification Requirements are as follows:
Sections:  Excluding the last section, the course is divided into 6 sections of approximately 50 
questions each.  It is not necessary to complete all 6 sections in one setting. 
However, you must complete a section before submitting your work. DO NOT submit
a section that is partially complete. 
Answers: Answers must be given in complete sentences.
Identification: You must submit your name, date, and email address with
every section you submit. A certification  file will be maintained for you.  

Required information for each section:

Last Name 
First Name  
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NOTE: You can print-out any section, find the answers off-line, and
return on-line to submit your answers.  You may also submit your answers
by email if you desire.  You must include the required information as shown
above, and you must number each number.
Enrollment for College Credit:
If you desire college credit for the course, please complete a CPCS 
application on-line. You may complete the application at any time while
you are taking any of the 6 sections. The application fee is not required. 
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101 What is as unfortunate as becoming yoked (i.e., soul-bond) with a persons who lacks companionship qualities?

102 What often occurs to persons who lack companiship qualities, but they plunge into marriage?

103 What is understood about Paul's counsel to couples who cannot control themselves sexually (I Cor. 7:9)?

104 What kind of activities is the believer involved in whom is sexually functional and companionship worthy?

105 What is less difficult, resisting sin or breaking the bondage of sin?

106 Once a believer is trapped, who is the only source of deliverance?

107 What kind of experience can a believer expect who is trapped in sexual related sin (Hebrews 12:5-11)?

108 What's the first line of defense concerning sex related sin?

109 What mental scheme must the believer refuse to accept?

110 Does sin allow a one time only experiment? Explain?

111. Unless intervention occurs, what is sin designed to do?

112 Does the serpent unveil his whole scheme to the woman in the garden?

113 How often does the serpent want the woman to partake of the fruit?

114 How many times does Jesus refute Satan's attempts?

115 What does Jesus use to defeat Satan's attempts each time?

116 Once Satan leaves Jesus, what does Luke add?

117. What will Satan do if we resist him?

118 What happens when there is no resistance to Satan?

119 Name some of the conscientious activities believers should employ to control themselves sexually?

120 What's been the indicator, which has lead to problems due to boredom?

121 What does singleness offer that is often difficult for married couples?

122. Given the adverse and pervasive affects of an ill advised relationship, what is preferable?

123 What should singles and sexually frustrated spouses do?

124. While using self-induced forms of sexual relief, what should believers avoid?

125. Explain the caution concerning fantasy?

126.  What is probably the moist accurate rendering of "possessing one's own vessel"? 

127. What did Jesus inform believers about bodily functions? 

128 What did Jesus recommend concerning stumbling blocks (Matthew 18:8-9)?

129 What has the same purpose as plucking an eye, or severing a hand?

130 Does the Bible address forms of self-relief?

131 Once Dr. Davidson say the scribbling on the receipt, what did he realize?

132 Was he tempted?

133 Within hours what did he do?

134 What happened after midnight of the next day?

135 Once he could see that saying he had a family did not work, what did he try?

136 What did his two friends recommend?

137 After his experience with the woman at the credit union, whose life did Dr. Davidson examine concerning sexual temptation?

138 What verse in the Bible says that Jesus was tempted in always, but without sin?

139 What experience in the life of Jesus Christ provides spouses and singles with principles for overcoming sexual temptation?

140 What was Jesus physical condition when he arrived at the well in Samaria?

141 who also came to the well?

142 What did the woman recognize about Jesus in verse 9?

143 Who initiates the conversation?

144 What did the woman recognize about Jesus in verse 9?

145 What did Jesus offer in verse 10?

146 What type of question does the woman ask in verse 12?


147.  What does the woman request in verse 15?

148. What does Jesus do in verse 16?

149. What does Jesus already know?

150. What does she perceive about Jesus in vs. 19?

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