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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Unless an ecclesiastical is also a king, what can he not do?
(a) work miracles
(b) teach the Bible
(c) lead a church
(d) order obedience
2. To what does Hobbes compare the dissolution of a commonwealth?
(a) an attack of the flu
(b) an intestine disorder
(d) poor hygiene
3. What does Hobbes call a sin?
(a) a moral transgression that everyone knows about
(b) breaking any one of the Ten Commandments
(c) thinking about doing something illegal
(d) a transgression or a breach of laws that the legislature created
4. 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) swearing allegiance and kissing a ring
(c) bowing down and kissing the ground
(d) taking instruction and passing a test
5. What are some ways Hobbes describes the Spirit of God?
(a) the wind or a breath and sometimes it is a deep understanding and wisdom
(b) a white light seen at the end of a tunnel
(c) a power so strong it moves mountains
(d) a strange sensation that causes one to speak in other languages
6. What does Hobbes say only God knows?
(a) Whether is it necessary for a person to die
(b) where to find the written word of God
(c) what happens to the soul of a person when he dies
(d) how many countries there are in the world
7. What did the Jews do with the concept of demons they got from the Greeks?
(a) They started the saying that a demon made them do bad things.
(b) They rejected the idea of demons altogether.
(c) They got rid of the good ones and believed that all demons were bad.
(d) They used demons to scare and discipline their children.
8. For what is it required to pay a certain price God is willing to accept?
(b) peaceful life
(d) unlimited abundance
9. What roles does Hobbes say are assigned to Jesus Christ?
(a) a carpenter, a sheppherd, and a speaker
(b) a prophet, a physician, and a general
(c) a messenger for something greater to come
(d) a redeemer, a teacher, and eternal king
10. What does Hobbes say is a problem people have of understanding the Kingdom of Darkness?
(a) the misinterpretation of it in the Scripture
(b) to speak about it is to die
(c) no one talks about it
(d) there is no information about it
11. Who are the subjects in the Kingdom of God?
(a) everyone all over the world
(b) all men who have made a pact with him to be part of his Kingdom
(c) only angels and heavenly choirs
(d) all people preselected for membership
12. When does Hobbes say there is no crime?
(a) if the sin is not identified as important
(b) if it is not detected, there is no crime
(c) if there is no civil law, there is no crime
(d) if there is sin but no criminal intent, there is no crime
13. What does Hobbes think takes reason away from young men?
(a) Scripture and obedience
(b) blind faith in Scripture
(c) metaphysics and miracles
(d) worship and collection of tithes
14. What is impunity?
(a) inaccurate knowledge of the law
(b) exemption from the law
(c) persecution by the law
(d) punishment by the law
15. After Abraham, with whom did God renew the covenant?
(a) Pharoah, Nebvucadnezzar, and Caesar
(b) Pete, Paul, and Mary
(c) Isaac, Jacob, and Moses
(d) David, Solomon, and Herod
Short Answer Questions
1. 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?
2. What does Hobbes say is God's right to establish His laws?
3. In addition to the Spirit of God, what other ethereal beings does Hobbes mention?
4. How does it become difficult to be obedient to both God and sovereign?
5. Who must speak of the same God in which all Christians believe?
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