CHPL 500 Quiz 2

CHPL 500 Quiz 2 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. In Chaplains Under Fire, the saying, “a shepherd needs to smell like a sheep” embodies what principle of the chaplain’s ministry?
  2. According to the West Virginia Law review, the chaplaincy provides the means through which Congress has insulated the military from liability for infringements of religious liberty
  3. According to the West Virginia Law review, chaplainsdo NOT have to provide reasonable means for religious exercise if it deviates from their denominational beliefs
  4. In Chaplains Under Fire  4, Chaplain Larry Shaw says the heart of the issue of praying in Jesus’ name is what?
  5. The U.S. Government, under certain extreme circumstances, can tell chaplains how to conduct ministry.
  6. According to Matters of Conscience, John Leland, an influential Baptist preacher challenged the ratification of the Constitution on what grounds, which later resulted in the addition of the First Amendment?
  7. According to Dr. Keith, the chaplain often seems to be stretched between what?
  8. Chaplains are required to __________ all service members’ free exercise of religion.
  9. According to Army Regulation 165-1, chaplains are expected to speak with a prophetic voice to confront what issue(s)?
  10. Chaplains are required to provide religious services in accordance to their endorsement and provide the commanders with advice in meeting the religious needs.
  11. According to Matters of Conscience, the Constitution guarantees freedom ofreligion, not from
  12. Who said, “if a sparrow cannot fall to the ground without his notice, is it probable that an empire can rise without [God’s] aid?”
  13. Yale professor Stephen Carter explains that the root of separation of church and state means what?
  14. In Katcoff v. Marsh, the court ruled the chaplaincy to be ____________.
  15. According to Dr. Keith, the chaplain legally functions for what purpose?
  16. Participation in all religious activitiesmust be voluntary in the military except under wartime conditions
  17. According to the West Virginia Law review, what remains the only direct constitutional challenge to the military chaplaincy?
  18. The Lemon Testis used to determine whether a law establishes religion or not; what are its three tenets?
  19. Military chaplaincy is composed of all of the following EXCEPT?
  20. In Chaplains Under Fire, Charles Haynes from the First Amendment Center said it would be betterto have civilian clergy in the military, except for the fact that?
  21. In Chaplains Under Fire2 , Billy Baughamsays that “offering someone the blessed hope [of Jesus] is considered what?
  22. As referenced in the West Virginia Law review, the military allows chaplains to determine the substance of a worship service such as liturgy, hymns, and sermons.
  23. In Chaplains Under Fire, Billy Baugham states that when a chaplain gets up to pray, there is no such thing as a staff officer prayer, but rather he is a representation of his church.
  24. I did the required reading
  25. I watched the required videos

Set 2

  1. Who was appointed as the first chaplain of the Continental Congress?
  2. According to Dr. Keith, the chaplain often seems to be stretched between what?
  3. Which court case defended the constitutionality of the Army Chaplain Corps, and ultimately the Military Chaplaincy?.
  4. Chaplains are required to __________ all service members’ free exercise of religion.
  5. Which act provides service members a degree of protection for religious practices?
  6. According to Matters of Conscience, chaplains are called by Almighty God to share that which is of ‘first importance’ to soldiers. What is of ‘first importance’?
  7. As referenced in the West Virginia Law review, the military allows chaplains to determine the substance of a worship service such as liturgy, hymns, and sermons.
  8. In Chaplains Under Fire, the saying, “a shepherd needs to smell like a sheep” embodies what principle of the chaplain’s ministry?
  9. According to the West Virginia Law review on Chaplaincy, the military, unlike other professions, requires the services of a chaplain because ________.
  10. Yale professor Stephen Carter explains that the root of separation of church and state means what?
  11. The U.S. Government, under certain extreme circumstances, can tell chaplains how to conduct ministry.
  12. Participation in all religious activitiesmust be voluntary in the military except under wartime conditions
  13. According to Matters of Conscience, the Constitution guarantees freedom ofreligion, not from
  14. Who said, “if a sparrow cannot fall to the ground without his notice, is it probable that an empire can rise without [God’s] aid?”
  15. As referenced in the West Virginia law Review, protectionof religious exercise by “institutionalized persons” through state funding is granted by ___________.
  16. According to Dr. Keith in the presentation Chaplains, the US Constitution, and Pluralistic Ministry, there are two clauses to the First Amendment, what are they?
  17. According to the West Virginia Law review, what remains the only direct constitutional challenge to the military chaplaincy?
  18. What is the “Thirds” policy of the Navy?
  19. Katcoff Marsh was won on what grounds?
  20. In Chaplains Under Fire, MG Doug Carver, retired Army Chief of Chaplains, says that Commanders should make sureof what?
  21. In Chaplains Under Fire, Billy Baugham states that when a chaplain gets up to pray, there is no such thing as a staff officer prayer, but rather he is a representation of his church.
  22. According to the West Virginia Law review, chaplainsdo NOT have to provide reasonable means for religious exercise if it deviates from their denominational beliefs
  23. According to Dr. Keith, the chaplain legally functions for what purpose?
  24. I watched the required videos
  25. I did the required reading
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