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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. The Summa Theologica is a tome of what?
(a) Augustine's philosophical theology.
(b) Catholic philosophical theology.
(c) Aristotle's philosophical theology.
(d) Thomas Aquinas' philosophical theology.

2. Who had a Christian best friend for many years?
(a) Plato.
(b) Buddha.
(c) Mohammed.
(d) Moses.

3. What power does not exist at all in God?
(a) Inactive.
(b) Aggressive.
(c) Passive.
(d) Active.

4. According to Aquinas, is God truth?
(a) No.
(b) Yes.
(c) Maybe.
(d) Probably.

5. Who has written the Introduction?
(a) Plato.
(b) Socrates.
(c) St. Thomas Aquinas.
(d) A nameless scholar.

6. What test does Aquinas' idea stand?
(a) The test of accuracy.
(b) The test of conflict and disagreement.
(c) The test of philosophers.
(d) The test of the Catholic Church.

7. What are you doing when you behave in a way that does not express the truth?
(a) Acting.
(b) Being rebellious.
(c) Behaving strangely.
(d) Hurting others.

8. Which of these men of Athens is the youngest?
(a) Diogenes.
(b) Plato.
(c) Socrates.
(d) Aristotle.

9. Aquinas includes the role of language as part of the puzzle of what?
(a) Creation.
(b) Mythology.
(c) God's name.
(d) Theology.

10. Aquinas brings up the divergent views regarding what, saying that there are two lines of teaching?
(a) Facilitator and delegator.
(b) Demonstrator and Learner.
(c) Formal authority and personal model.
(d) Corruptible and incorruptible.

11. What is the trilogy of men of Athens?
(a) Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle.
(b) Socrates, Diogenes, and Aristotle.
(c) Plato, Aristotle, and Diogenes.
(d) Socrates, Plato, and Diogenes.

12. "God will have all men to be _____________" (p. 204.)
(a) Powerful.
(b) Fearful.
(c) Saved.
(d) Punished.

13. Aquinas' work was severely challenged by what?
(a) The powerful Israeli philosophy of the time.
(b) The powerful Catholic philosophy of the time.
(c) The powerful Greek philosophy of the time.
(d) The powerful Arabian philosophy of the time.

14. What areas of study might be important when reading this book?
(a) Art and literature.
(b) Philosophy.
(c) Philosophy and theology.
(d) Greek mythology.

15. What is the format designed to suit?
(a) Those interested in philosophy.
(b) An educational setting.
(c) Those who study theology.
(d) Debate and logical argumentation.

Short Answer Questions

1. From where do some of the objections come in regards to whether the intellectual principle is united to the body as its form?

2. The objections in this book are legitimate opposition to what?

3. Is there Will in God?

4. While the activity of the mind is usually expressed through the living body, with what will it continue in its current form?

5. Angels are often images that represent what?

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