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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. The first temple site was in _________________________.
(a) Salt Lake City, Utah
(b) Palmyra, New York
(c) Kirkland, Ohio
(d) Independence, Missouri
2. The Bible warns against the teachings of _________________________.
(a) False prophets
3. Theosophy __________________________________.
(a) rejects the basic Christian doctrines
(b) combines the basic doctrines of Christianity and Judaism
(c) accepts the basic Christian doctrines
(d) bollows the doctrines from the world's major religions
4. What is used in the evaluation of cults?
(b) The gospels of Christ
(c) Common sense
(d) Personal values
5. According to Jehovah's Witnesses, hell, the place of fiery torment ___________________________.
(b) Does not exist
(c) Is a concept from the Bible
(d) Receives all non-members
Short Answer Questions
1. Why is it important to be knowledgeable about Christian doctrine?
2. According to Dr. Milton Rokeach, how many levels are recognized in a belief system?
3. The Watchtower uses term switching in regards to ________________________.
4. The Book of Mormon is said to have been written on ______________________.
5. Mirzo Husayn Ali was known as ______________.
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the goal of the Baha'i Faith?
2. Is there a difference between Jehovah's Witnesses doctrine and Russellism?
3. What does Scientology promise its followers?
4. Explain how the cult takes concepts from the Bible out of context?
5. What is the danger of cults?
6. How do the teachings of Christian Science compare to those of traditional Christianity?
7. How should the Church deal with cults?
8. Who assumed control of the Christian Science Church after Mrs. Eddy's death?
9. What, according to Fey and Gill, happens if an article presents cults favorably?
10. Describe the derivation of Japanese Zen Buddhism.
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