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

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

3. The fact that Jesus is crucified and dies has critics doing what?
(a) Wondering when he will return.
(b) Questioning the absurdity of a Messiah who can't save himself from execution.
(c) Wishing they had met Him before He died.
(d) Questioning if he actually died.

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

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

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

7. The third involves the restructuring of Italian what?
(a) Agriculture.
(b) Imports.
(c) Economics.
(d) Politics.

8. 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) Numerically now the majority.
(c) Numerically now a minority.
(d) Weaker than the slaves.

9. Is it still possible for the upper class to experience personal freedom even when their civic freedom is severely limited by the princeps?
(a) No.
(b) Maybe.
(c) Sometimes.
(d) Yes.

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

11. To whom do Augustus and the following emperors link themselves?
(a) The welfare of the populace.
(b) The welfare of the middle class.
(c) The welfare of themselves.
(d) The welfare of the upper class.

12. 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 hundred years.
(d) The next fifteen years.

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

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

15. How do many in the nobility view the princeps?
(a) As a form of slavery.
(b) As a form of power.
(c) As a form of leadership.
(d) As a form of wealth.

Short Answer Questions

1. What parts of the Roman economy are slave-based?

2. According to Patterson, how many phases exist in the development of early Christianity?

3. What does Augustine basically end up doing to the role of personal freedom?

4. In what do plebeians have more faith?

5. The second conflict takes place between 340-266 A.D., resulting in what?

(see the answer keys)

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