ETHC 101 Quiz 7

ETHC 101 Quiz 7 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. Socialism is defined as…
  2. According to this week’s reading, there are three main types of poverty. Which of these is NOT one of them?
  3. In order to help the poor abroad, McQuilkin and Copan call for a practice known as…
  4. McQuilkin and Copan remind us that when it comes to caring for creation, human beings are as co-rulers with God, but we should remember that we are both…
  5. German social historian, Max Weber, coined a term to describe the attitude toward work that many Europeans and Americans had after the Reformation. What was that term?
  6. Capitalism is defined as…
  7. McQuilkin and Copan adopt different positions toward capitalism and socialism. Which author is more favorable to free market capitalism?
  8. In place of terms like environmentalism and ecology, McQuilkin and Copan argue that Christians should use terms such as…
  9. Concerning the charging of interest in business, which of the following statements is correct?
  10. Both McQuiklin and Copan agree that the church has a responsibility to help the poor. On what else do they agree?

Set 2

  1. According to a study cited in Christian Ethics, does premarital cohabitation decrease the likelihood of divorce?
  2. Our textbook Christian Ethics says that data indicates that which of the following negative effects for children seem to result from declining marriage rates, high divorces rates, and increased births to cohabiting couples?
  3. In the reading in Christian Ethics Ann argues that in addition to knowing the biblical rule about sex outside of marriage we need to ask ourselves what question?
  4. Augustine appreciated the benefits of marriage, but what did e claim is even better?
  5. According to the assigned reading, the consistent stance of the church through the centuries has been:
  6. An argument for inclusion of homosexuals in the church that is mentioned in the reading is:
  7. In the “betrothal tradition” (mentioned in Christian Ethics) the period of engagement to be married is viewed as a trail marriage. Does this tradition permit sexual intercourse prior to the wedding?
  8. In part VII of Christian Ethics Maggie argues that rules that provide structure are important for what reason?
  9. According to the reading, the United States of America has a high divorce rate, but not the highest rate in the world. What country is said to have the highest divorce rate?
  10. In part VII of Christian Ethics Maggie is concerned about the example that Cathy is setting for whom?

Set 3

  1. In part VII of Christian EthicsMaggie is concerned about the example that Cathy is setting for whom?
  2. Our textbook Christian Ethicssays that data indicates that which of the following negative effects for children seem to result from declining marriage rates, high divorces rates, and increased births to cohabiting couples?
  3. Which of the following is one of the three “goods” that St. Augustine said are associated with marriage?
  4. An argument for inclusion of homosexuals in the church that is mentioned in the reading is:
  5. According to the assigned reading, which of the following plays a role in sexual orientation?
  6. In part VII of Christian EthicsMaggie argues that rules that provide structure are important for what reason?
  7. In the “betrothal tradition” (mentioned in Christian Ethics) the period of engagement to be married is viewed as a trail marriage. Does this tradition permit sexual intercourse prior to the wedding?
  8. According to a study cited in Christian Ethics, does premarital cohabitation decrease the likelihood of divorce?
  9. Which of the following does the book Christian Ethics
    give as a common summary of the traditional Christian stance regarding sexual ethics?
  10. According to the assigned reading, the consistent stance of the church through the centuries has been:

Set 3

  1. According to McQuilkin and Copan, the Bible views women as:
  2. McQuilkin and Copan assert that, while God loves us as we are, he also…
  3. Which of the following does our reading affirm as true?
  4. According to our reading, the scriptures use marriage as a sort of object lesson to teach us about what?
  5. Which of the following is an important New Testament passage on the topic of homosexuality that was discussed for more than two pages in this week’s reading?
  6. This week’s reading claims that the Bible begins and ends with the same kind of event. What kind of event is it?
  7. What is the range of success of homosexual-to-heterosexual conversion therapy according to the studies reported on by psychologist Tim Stafford?
  8. Some defenders of homosexuality have argued that Jesus must have been either favorable or neutral toward homosexuality since the Bible doesn’t record him objecting to it. According to McQuilkin and Copan, what logical fallacy does this argument commit?
  9. Which of the following is one of the commonly made errors about singleness that McQuilkin and Copan mention?
  10. According to McQuilkin and Copan, what is the ideal model for biblical marriage?
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