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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. When men are resurrected, will they have the same bodies they had in this world?
(c) Probably not.
2. God would not be good if He did not at least try to do what?
(a) Reconcile humanity to Himself.
(b) Understand humanity.
(c) Save His Son.
(d) Be fair.
3. And any soul that hates God will be __________ for all of time.
4. He gives the famous counterexample of what?
(a) Man, the fool.
(b) The least conceivable island.
(c) The greatest conceivable island.
(d) Jesus as an island.
5. The incarnation is the method of God expressing divine ______________.
Short Answer Questions
1. How is atonement possible?
2. Chapter nine emphasizes that only who within the Trinity can take on the nature of man?
3. We must be aware that each human soul is ________________ and so will be either completely happy or completely unhappy.
4. Chapter one informs the reader that Christians have been ridiculed for their theory of the atonement, particularly for what idea?
5. Can we truly understand the nature of the Trinity?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the purpose of Cur Deus Homo? How do you know this? Describe this book.
2. What does Anselm say about Satan and the Fallen Angels?
3. What is the rational mind?
4. What does Anselm outline to prepare the reader for Book II?
5. How does Gaunilo use the greatest conceivable island?
6. Why must humans be saved?
7. What do Chapters 1, 2, and 3 explain?
8. What do Chapters 3 through 8 discuss?
9. What do Chapters 6 and 7 argue?
10. On Gaunilo's view, why does the argument fail?
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