Freedom Test | Final Test - Easy

Orlando Patterson
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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. Augustus set the pace for the interpretations of freedom that will define the European chordal triad for how long?
(a) The next five hundred years.
(b) The next fifty years.
(c) The next fifteen years.
(d) The next fifteen hundred years.

2. From what does the development of the concept of freedom in Rome result?
(a) A series of debates.
(b) A contrasting jump from slavery to freedom.
(c) A series of struggles.
(d) A smooth transition.

3. Who has the most freedom in terms of the sovereignal aspect of freedom?
(a) The peasants.
(b) The king.
(c) The men.
(d) The women.

4. What is the role of Jesus?
(a) He is the first leader of the Christian church.
(b) He begins the church.
(c) He is the only leader of the church.
(d) He is the prophet delivering his message or vision.

5. From what does freedom come?
(a) The death of life.
(b) The life of death.
(c) The end of life.
(d) The death of death.

6. How do Jesus' followers reply to the critics?
(a) Jesus knows all the critics.
(b) Jesus will return in three days.
(c) Jesus has died.
(d) Jesus dies for the good of mankind and is resurrected.

7. How is this conflict referred?
(a) As the need for order.
(b) As the fight for orders.
(c) As the transition to order.
(d) As the struggle of the orders.

8. What is one of the phases?
(a) The Crucifixion.
(b) The baptism of John.
(c) The birth of Jesus.
(d) The prophetic phase of Jesus and the Jesus movement.

9. The practice of manumission and co-optation means the native born Romans, or the ruling class, are what?
(a) Not as intelligent as the slaves.
(b) Weaker than the slaves.
(c) Numerically now a minority.
(d) Numerically now the majority.

10. Why does Reactionary Stoicism appeal to the Roman upper classes?
(a) It is based on wealth.
(b) It is based on reason.
(c) It is based on faith.
(d) It is based on social status.

11. To what are the Reactionary Stoicism beliefs adapted?
(a) Fit their version of civic freedom.
(b) Fit their religious beliefs.
(c) Fit their amount of wealth.
(d) Fit their version of personal freedom.

12. What do Jesus' followers turn into an act of glorification and propaganda?
(a) The dying of God.
(b) The scandal of the cross.
(c) The saving of man.
(d) The reason for the season.

13. As what do his views become known?
(a) The theology of Christianity.
(b) The theology of monotheism.
(c) The theology of Christ.
(d) The theology of freedom.

14. How does Augustus change his image and his manner of rule during his reign?
(a) From personality oriented to politically oriented.
(b) From military oriented to politically oriented.
(c) From military oriented to personality oriented.
(d) From personality oriented to military oriented.

15. The upper class young men of the time are educated in Stoicism and despise who?
(a) The other members of the upper class.
(b) The slaves.
(c) The populace.
(d) The middle class.

Short Answer Questions

1. With whom do the patricians conflict?

2. In what do plebeians have more faith?

3. Whose thinking basically molds the early church and shapes generations of theological thinkers?

4. Since the sovereignal aspect of freedom dominates this era, historians have tended to ___________ the role of freedom.

5. As Europe emerges from the Middle Ages, the church and European states become ____________ in terms of absolutism and thought processes.

(see the answer keys)

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