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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. What two things does Hobbes say are necessary to be received into the Kingdom of God?
(a) swearing allegiance and kissing a ring
(b) taking instruction and passing a test
(c) obeying both God and the sovereign simultaneously
(d) bowing down and kissing the ground
2. Where does the Pope have a right to command according to Hobbes?
(a) on the throne in the Vatican
(b) in his own territories where he is the sovereign
(c) when the sovereign abdicates
(d) all over the world
3. What beliefs of the Roman Catholic church does Hobbes add to his list of objections?
(a) living ones religion, taking communion, and singing
(b) Bible reading, children's classes, and regular worship
(c) preaching, missionary work, and evangelism
(d) exorcism, ghosts, purgatory and fictitious miracles
4. How does Hobbes suggest the idea of philosophy began to grow?
(a) People even started small schools of philosophical thought.
(b) People had not heard about God.
(c) Philosophy became a part of public school curriculum.
(d) People wanted to feel self-important.
5. What is the one exception to a defense of not knowing the law?
(a) ignorance may apply to someone is if he is a foreigner
(b) ignorance may be applied if a person cannot read
(c) ignorance may be applied if the law is obscure
(d) ignorance may be applied if everyone has forgotten it
Short Answer Questions
1. Why did the idea of demons take prominence?
2. What does Hobbes mean by anything spoken by God and those concerning Him and his government?
3. What is one instance when a crime cannot be punished?
4. What does Hobbes call the worship of images?
5. What did the Jews do with the concept of demons they got from the Greeks?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who does Hobbes identify as belonging to the Kingdom of God?
2. What does Hobbes have to say about sin and crime?
3. What, according to Hobbes, is the one thing that must be believed?
4. How does Hobbes define a prophet?
5. What is Hobbes' opinion of philosophy?
6. What is Hobbes' position on crime and personal survival?
7. Briefly identify Hobbes' definition of the opposite of God.
8. What is Hobbes' idea about honoring God?
9. Briefly describe Hobbes' idea of punishment.
10. What does Hobbes have to say about the desire for absolute power?
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