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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In the Middle Ages, what renews the interest in the quest for freedom?
(a) The oppression of serfdom.
(b) The end of slavery.
(c) The freedom of serfdom.
(d) The compassion of the king.
2. The third involves the restructuring of Italian what?
3. Why do they accept the sovereignal freedom of the emperor?
(a) He is a kind man.
(b) They do not want any other ruler.
(c) He will do what he can to take care of them.
(d) It poses less of a threat to their own personal freedom than does the civic freedom of the upper class.
4. Whose thinking basically molds the early church and shapes generations of theological thinkers?
5. How do Jesus' followers reply to the critics?
(a) Jesus dies for the good of mankind and is resurrected.
(b) Jesus will return in three days.
(c) Jesus has died.
(d) Jesus knows all the critics.
Short Answer Questions
1. According to Patterson, how many phases exist in the development of early Christianity?
2. What does Jesus not intend to do?
3. Why does Augustine view personal freedom as a form of emptiness that doesn't result in inner peace?
4. In what forms do these rights or freedoms come?
5. What is one of the different periods of serfdom?
Short Essay Questions
1. What happens when Christianity appears?
2. How does Augustus influence the interpretations of freedom?
3. Why have historians tended to downplay the role of freedom during this time period?
4. What phases exist in the development of early Christianity?
5. What is Reactionary Stoicism?
6. What are the consequences of Jesus' crucifixion?
7. Two questions arise from Paul's theology. What are we saved from? To whom or what are we enslaved? What are the answers?
8. Where are Paul's large conversion rates located?
9. How have women's lives begun to change?
10. What is the purpose of this chapter?
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