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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does it become difficult to be obedient to both God and sovereign?
(a) if the sovereign has no right to rule
(b) if the sovereign is not a Christian
(c) if there is a corrupt leader interested in his own private gains
(d) if the sovereign gives everyting away
2. Who is a person who speaks directly to God and is a predictor of the future according to Hobbes?
(a) a prophet
(b) a visionary
(c) a vizier
(d) a soothsayer
3. Why does Hobbes insist that the commonwealth comes first?
(a) One can see the commonwealth but cannot see God.
(b) God wants all people to obey the laws of their nation.
(c) Without the commonwealth there is no freedom of religion.
(d) The commonwealth may vote to forbid religion.
4. What does Hobbes say is the first of four causes of spiritual darkness?
(a) corrupt ecclesiatics
(b) accepting false teaching without question
(c) not wanting to know bad news
(d) not knowing or studying the scriptures correctly
5. What roles does Hobbes say are assigned to Jesus Christ?
(a) a redeemer, a teacher, and eternal king
(b) a messenger for something greater to come
(c) a carpenter, a sheppherd, and a speaker
(d) a prophet, a physician, and a general
6. What does Hobbes say is a problem people have of understanding the Kingdom of Darkness?
(a) to speak about it is to die
(b) there is no information about it
(c) no one talks about it
(d) the misinterpretation of it in the Scripture
7. How does Hobbes define obedience to the laws?
(a) not doing anything that can be witnessed
(b) keeping clear of the officials
(c) not sinning, as well as being charitable and loving
(d) making sure you do not know what the law is
8. What did the Israelites eventually want to do with their sovereignty?
(a) learn from the Greeks and Romans
(b) handle it by popular election
(c) give it to a king and take it away from the Judges
(d) divide it into twelve commonwealths
9. Who does Hobbes identify as ecclesiasticals?
(a) mystics from the East
(b) the original twelve apostles
(c) those opposed to the Christian Commonwealth
(d) those who are ordained to speak of the word of God.
10. What does Hobbes describe as an external sign of God's special workings on their hearts so that afterwards they teach the Word of God?
(a) the Rapture
(d) the Holy spirit
11. What does Hobbes call the worship of images?
12. What is the end result of worshiping?
(a) hole in the knees of trousers
(b) giving someone power
(c) showing superiority
(d) mental exercise
13. What does Hobbes identify as security against all evil, sickness, and death?
(a) public welfare
(b) wealth and prosperity
(d) the joys of eternal life and salvation
14. What does Hobbes call an evil inflicted on a person who has usurped or forged his or her power?
(a) an act of hostility
(b) necessary punishment
(c) a vigilante form of government
(d) might makes right
15. What does Hobbes mean by anything spoken by God and those concerning Him and his government?
(a) the Golden Rule
(b) the Prophets
(c) the Ten Commandments
(d) the Word of God
Short Answer Questions
1. After Abraham, with whom did God renew the covenant?
2. Why do few people ever hear the word of God to believe or reject it according to Hobbes?
3. Why, according to Hobbes, is it necessary to believe God is Infinite?
4. Who has responsibility for seeing that others are educated in the law?
5. Who is it that Hobbes says belong to the Kingdom of God?
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