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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. God is best understood as existing every "where" rather than in every _________.
2. Acquiring accidents is a process of ___________.
3. Chapter forty-nine begins the explanation of the third element of the Trinity. What is this third element?
(a) The angels.
(c) Jesus Christ.
(d) The Holy Spirit.
4. Humans were created primarily to do what?
(b) See God.
5. Anselm knows what he believes, but he also wants to know what?
(a) Whether he should believe it.
(b) Why it is true.
(c) What he does not believe.
(d) Why he believes it.
6. There must exist a being that is what?
(a) The source of all existence.
7. Chapters twenty-five through twenty-nine discuss the fact that God is an unchanging ____________.
8. How does God exist?
9. All things live through whom?
10. God is not just with respect to _______. He is just to Himself because He does what is perfectly good.
(d) His angels.
11. Chapter seventeen reiterates what about God?
(a) His justice.
(b) His love.
(c) His understanding.
(d) His simplicity.
12. We cannot even do what without His help?
(b) Make choices.
(c) Seek God.
(d) Be influenced.
13. Will anything exist before or after Him?
14. God is defined as the being "than which ______________ can be conceived."
(a) Everything greater.
(b) Nothing greater.
(c) Everything lesser.
(d) Nothing lesser.
15. God and His Word bear the same relationship to all creation. Do they sustain these relations separately?
Short Answer Questions
1. Chapters one through six describe the relationship of God to what?
2. In chapter forty-one we discover that God "begets" in the most perfect and true way but is also __________ in the most perfect and true way.
3. God's idea of Himself is equivalent to what?
4. "In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God and the Word was God"follows what Gospel?
5. We can understand aspects of Him, but we cannot do what?
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