APOL 520 Quiz 1

APOL 520 Quiz 1 New Testament and Patristics

  1. Dialogue with Trypho the Jew was written by:
  2. Which of the following books was written by Athanasius?
  3. What was one difficulty standing in the way of an apologetic use of miracles, according to Augustine?
  4. The Gospel of John was written in order to refute heretics.
  5. In light of which of the following OT texts did the earliest preaching view the passion?
  6. According to Dulles, the New Testament writers, unlike apologists of the next centuries, do not engage in arguments with unbelievers or vacillating believers as to why one should be a Christian.
  7. What is the philosophical concept Irenaeus uses to refer to the fact that God contains everything and there is nothing beyond Him?
  8. According to Augustine, the role of the miracles is mostly:
  9. According to Justin Martyr, Plato’s philosophy is:
  10. Which of the following is Origen’s Platonic conversation partner?
  11. What apologetic use does Augustine make of the atrocities during the sacking of Rome?
  12. To which of these pagan practices does Justin Martyr make reference in his defense of immortality?
  13. Which of the following is an argument used by Augustine’s apologetics?
  14. What is one famous argument used by Athanasius for the resurrection?
  15. Which of the following two Gospels constitutes a two-volume work?
  16. Which of the following is not a charge brought against Christians by the Romans?
  17. Athanasius’ appreciation of the “signs of the times” was:
  18. Who was one of Origen’s opponents?
  19. Which Roman emperor does Tertullian’s Apology address?
  20. According to the Evangelists, the miracles:
  21. Which of the following objections to Christianity does Celsus mention?
  22. In which of the Gospels are the miracles presented primarily as works of divine power, evoking wonder and amazement?
  23. What kind of objection is Paul addressing in Gal. 3:10–14?
  24. According to Justin Martyr, Plato’s philosophy needs to be supplemented by:
  25. Matthew’s apologetical significance consists in:
  26. What are the shortcomings of Manichaeism and Neoplatonism in their views of divine sovereignty, according to Augustine?
  27. Briefly describe the apologetic use Augustine makes of the sacking of Rome in The City of God.
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