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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What two things does Hobbes say are necessary to be received into the Kingdom of God?
(a) obeying both God and the sovereign simultaneously
(b) taking instruction and passing a test
(c) swearing allegiance and kissing a ring
(d) bowing down and kissing the ground
2. How does Hobbes say inspiration is used in Scripture?
(a) as a metaphor
(b) as a fiction
(c) as an excuse
(d) as a ruse
3. What beliefs of the Roman Catholic church does Hobbes add to his list of objections?
(a) preaching, missionary work, and evangelism
(b) living ones religion, taking communion, and singing
(c) Bible reading, children's classes, and regular worship
(d) exorcism, ghosts, purgatory and fictitious miracles
4. What is the punishment of exile?
(a) when a person is put in prison
(b) when a person's property is confiscated
(c) when a person is banished from the commonwealth
(d) when a person is discredited and shamed
5. What does Hobbes caution the English Parliament not to do?
(a) not to ignore the will of the people
(b) not to do away with the monarchy
(c) not to encourage rebellion amont the nobles
(d) not to copy the doctrines of other nations or of the Greeks and Romans
6. What does Hobbes identify as a "confederacy of deceivers" who go around poisoning the minds of other people and extinguishing their faith in nature, the gospel, and God?
(a) the life after death
(b) the time before fire
(c) the Kingdom of Darkness
(d) the house of wax
7. How does Hobbes define obedience to the laws?
(a) not sinning, as well as being charitable and loving
(b) not doing anything that can be witnessed
(c) keeping clear of the officials
(d) making sure you do not know what the law is
8. What Catholic teaching does Hobbes object to?
(a) the Holy Trinity
(b) baptism to become a Christian
(c) the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus
(d) changing the bread and wine to the actual body and blood of Christ
9. What did the Israelites eventually want to do with their sovereignty?
(a) learn from the Greeks and Romans
(b) divide it into twelve commonwealths
(c) give it to a king and take it away from the Judges
(d) handle it by popular election
10. Who does Hobbes identify as the Supreme Prophet?
11. What does Hobbes call a crime?
(a) a sin which is intended whether committed or not
(b) a sin that obeys an unjust law
(c) a sin which consists of doing what is forbidden by law
(d) a sin that is done in the darkness
12. What is the end result of worshiping?
(a) showing superiority
(b) mental exercise
(c) hole in the knees of trousers
(d) giving someone power
13. How does Hobbes define punishment?
(a) doing away with the death penalty
(b) not sparing the rod and spoiling the child
(c) putting innocent people in prison
(d) an evil inflicted when a subject has committed a crime
14. If he so wishes, what is a king allowed to do?
(a) to authorize mass executions of innocent people
(b) become the Pope
(c) to authorize the New Testament into civil law
(d) to go to war with non-believers in the name of God
15. What practices of the Roman Church does Hobbes take exception to?
(a) Missionary efforts among the heathen
(b) Calling the worship service a mass
(c) the canonization of saints, the procession of idols and holy images, and the use of wax candles
(d) Reading the Bible to the congregations
Short Answer Questions
1. Who has responsibility for seeing that others are educated in the law?
2. What, according to Hobbes, is the first priority of the sovereign?
3. What does Hobbes refer to by the name of Tartarus?
4. What does Hobbes call the worship of images?
5. Why is faith so important?
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