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. What is sin considered to be?
(a) An influence of Satan.
(b) A form of spiritual slavery that humans are freed from.
(c) From Adam and Eve.
(d) Something from which only slaves suffer.

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

3. Whose thinking basically molds the early church and shapes generations of theological thinkers?
(a) Peter's.
(b) John's.
(c) Mark's.
(d) Paul's.

4. Freedom is mainly the domain of whom?
(a) The landowner.
(b) The Queen.
(c) The serfs.
(d) The King.

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

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

7. Most of the freedom granted is to whom?
(a) Families.
(b) Villages.
(c) Communities or groups of guilds.
(d) Individuals.

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

9. According to Augustine, from where does freedom come?
(a) Others.
(b) The mind.
(c) As a gift from God.
(d) As something that is inherited.

10. How do many of the serfs and peasants receive rights?
(a) By hard work.
(b) By bribery and blackmail.
(c) By paying monetarily for some of them.
(d) By begging for them.

11. As Europe emerges from the Middle Ages, the church and European states become ____________ in terms of absolutism and thought processes.
(a) Opposites.
(b) More similar.
(c) Different.
(d) The same.

12. How is Rome similar to Greece?
(a) It's people speak the same language.
(b) It led by the same ruler.
(c) It is also a slave-based economy.
(d) It is the same shape.

13. He extols the virtue of the ruler as what for the populace?
(a) A god.
(b) A wife.
(c) A strong hand and firm master.
(d) A provider and protector.

14. Who represents Reactionary Stoicism?
(a) Charlemagne.
(b) Caitlin.
(c) Cato.
(d) Carl.

15. In what do plebeians have more faith?
(a) No-man-rule.
(b) Many minor rulers.
(c) One-man-rule.
(d) No rulers.

Short Answer Questions

1. Who has the most freedom in terms of the sovereignal aspect of freedom?

2. How do the plebeians view the civic freedom of the upper class?

3. Why does Reactionary Stoicism appeal to the Roman upper classes?

4. With whom do the patricians conflict?

5. What does Jesus not intend to do?

(see the answer keys)

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