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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. Why does Paul say people suffer?
(a) People suffer because of past life mistakes.
(b) People suffer because of others.
(c) People suffer because of their sins.
(d) People suffer because of fate.
2. According to Patterson, how many phases exist in the development of early Christianity?
3. Augustine expands Paul's view and tries to incorporate what conception of freedom and God?
(a) The Metropolitan conception.
(b) The Neopolitan conception.
(c) The Neoplatonic conception.
(d) The Napoleonic conception.
4. By what is slavery somewhat undermined in late 7 A.D.?
(a) Mass conversion to Buddhism.
(b) Mass conversion to Judaism.
(c) Mass conversion to Islam.
(d) Mass conversion to Christianity.
5. Augustus set the pace for the interpretations of freedom that will define the European chordal triad for how long?
(a) The next fifty years.
(b) The next fifteen hundred years.
(c) The next fifteen years.
(d) The next five hundred years.
Short Answer Questions
1. To what are the Reactionary Stoicism beliefs adapted?
2. What is one of the phases?
3. From what does the development of the concept of freedom in Rome result?
4. How do many of the serfs and peasants receive rights?
5. What is sin considered to be?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is freedom at this time?
2. In trying to define the relationship between church and state, four interpretations are proposed by Patterson. What are these interpretations?
3. What are the consequences of Jesus' crucifixion?
4. Where are Paul's large conversion rates located?
5. What has happened to society by the medieval times?
6. How have women's lives begun to change?
7. Why have historians tended to downplay the role of freedom during this time period?
8. What happens when Christianity appears?
9. What is Reformist Stoicism?
10. How do the beliefs of different sects compare?
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