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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In the Inquisition, what happens of one disagrees with the church?
(a) The church is unconcerened.
(b) They are accepted anyway.
(c) They can be punished.
(d) They are shown Jesus teachings.
2. Why does the cardinal think that the church will appear to be gods?
(a) They will free the people from spiritual thought.
(b) They will perform miracles.
(c) They will have be all powerful.
(d) They will preach God's word.
3. Why does the cardinal say the people would respect Jesus' power if he fed them?
(a) The would respect his kindness.
(b) They would be awed by his ability.
(c) They would appriciate his love.
(d) They would be afraid he would stop.
4. What does Ivan say he wishes for his life?
(a) To overthrow the church.
(b) To live forever.
(c) To be and old wise man.
(d) To live to thirty and then die.
5. What does the inquisitor predict the church will do when it achieves supreme authority?
(a) Finally understand Jesus temptation.
(b) Eliminate all misery.
(c) Make greater questions than those that tempted Jesus.
(d) Give freedom to all.
6. What does the grand inquisitor think people need in addition to life?
(a) Jesus and the church.
(b) Something to live for.
(c) Someone to love.
(d) Freedom to make decisions.
7. What is similar about Catholics and Masons, according to Ivan?
(a) They want to stop the Inquisition.
(b) They have secret philosophies.
(c) They both elect officials.
(d) They believe in freedom.
8. How long does the grand inquisitor say it had been since the church followed Jesus' teachings?
(a) 800 years.
(c) Since the 13th century.
(d) Since the death of Caesar.
9. According to the grand inquisitor, how has the church responded to the questions used to tempt Jesus?
(a) They have accepted them.
(b) they have considered them philosophically.
(c) They have denied them as Jesus did.
(d) the have forgotten there nature.
10. According to the grand inquisitor, what is the church's work founded on?
(a) Jesus promise to mankind
(b) Miracle, mystery, and authority.
(c) Truth and happiness
(d) Fear of punishment
11. How does the cardinal say Jesus responded to the first question from the spirit?
(a) Telling the spirt it is wrong.
(b) Saying man lives not by bread alone.
(c) Calmly answering no.
(d) Ignoring the question.
12. What does the grand inquisitor say the church must do for the people?
(a) Teach them about Jesus.
(b) Seize their conscience.
(c) Show them the truth.
(d) Give them power.
13. What does Ivan say must exist among the clergy?
(a) Jesus in disguise.
(b) Hope and love.
(c) A man unlike the inquisitor.
(d) One believer in the church's mission.
14. What is the result of Jesus refusal to take power in the world?
(a) Jesus will be eventually forgotten.
(b) The world is divided according to faith.
(c) The world has no freedom.
(d) The church needs to take power.
15. What will the church believe about their reign of power?
(a) It is in Jesus' name.
(b) It will be truthful and holy.
(c) They will expect Jesus' approval.
(d) They will know it is against Jesus' word.
Short Answer Questions
1. What doesn't Alyosha believe?
2. What does Alyosha think the Inquisition's secret aim is?
3. What does the grand inquisitor say accompanies faith?
4. What is the second thing Jesus was tempted with?
5. Who will continue to suffer if the church becomes all powerful?
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