APOL 520 Quiz 2

APOL 520 Quiz 2 Medieval Apologetics

  1. Which of the following held that the crusades would come to nothing unless supported by evangelistic efforts to the Muslims?
  2. Which of the following best describes Aquinas’ changing intellectual milieu?
  3. According to Aquinas, the relationship between extrinsic signs of credibility, such as miracles and prophecies, and individual articles of doctrine is as follows:
  4. In terms of the relationship between faith and reason, Bonaventure was:
  5. According to Dulles, Anselm:
  6. Raymond Lull’s attitude about the relationship between reason and faith could be described as the following:
  7. In what way does Abelard reverse the Augustinian order of faith and reason?
  8. John Damascene regards Islam as:
  9. What type of apologetic argument does Abu Qurrah add to the traditional argument from miracles?
  10. According to Ficino, the immortality of the soul can be demonstrated by:
  11. The fundamental theme of Marsilio Ficino’s apologetic work was:
  12. According to Anselm, the following relationship exists between divine compassion and justice:
  13. From which of these factors did medieval apologetics profit?
  14. How did the teaching of Aristotle begin to permeate into Europe during the high Middle Ages?
  15. The medieval theologians would direct their strongest apologetic endeavors against:
  16. Where is Aquinas’ apologetic work most fully expressed?
  17. According to Augustine, evil originates in:
  18. During the 11th century, Christian apologists were beginning to support their apologetics to the Jews with:
  19. Except for one, the truths below are considered beyond the powers of human reason according to Aquinas. Identify the exception.
  20. According to Anselm, God cannot act arbitrarily or irrationally.
  21. According to Anselm, could God have saved us through other means than the incarnation of the Son?
  22. What analogy does Abu Qurrah (740–820) use to explain the choice of religion?
  23. According to Dulles, demonstrative reasons for the Trinity, the Incarnation, and other central doctrines are problematic because:
  24. Which of the following was not a reason for the increase of Christian apologetics to Muslims and Jews, in quality and volume, during the 11th century?
  25. What is Augustine’s answer to the following question: “If everything was created good, how can anything in the universe be evil?”
  26. Briefly define the concept of divine simplicity, as understood by Thomas Aquinas.
  27. Briefly restate Anselm’s ontological argument.
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