ETHC 101 Quiz 8

ETHC 101 Quiz 8 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. Nazi Fascism and Soviet Communism are examples of which approach to the church-state relationship?
  2. According to the Biblical Ethics textbook, political freedom is important because…
  3. The “secular state” is an example of which approach to the church-state relationship?
  4. McQuilkin and Copan argue for which approach to the church-state relationship?
  5. Who said that human beings are political animals?
  6. McQuilkin and Copan argue that the responsibilities of the individual Christian start with…
  7. What two texts did McQuilkin and Copan point to as important for consideration before discussing the roles of church and state?
  8. What was the true intent behind Thomas Jefferson’s phrase, “a wall of separation between church and state”?
  9. Theonomy is an example of which approach to the church-state relationship?
  10. In the 1960s, Christians brought about a successful renaissance in what area of culture?

Set 2

  1. Some people argue that in order for women to have freedom equal to that of men, they must have the liberty to choose which of the following?
  2. Voluntary euthanasia involves which of the following:
  3. What percentage of pregnancies in America are aborted according to Christian Ethics?
  4. Involuntary euthanasia involves which of the following:
  5. Since 1869 the Roman Catholic Church has been strongly opposed to abortion. However, there are certain situations in which actions that indirectly result in the loss of fetal life are permitted. Here Roman Catholics are utilizing what principle that we learned about in the chapter in Moral Reasoning that deals with Natural Law ethics?
  6. The book Christian Ethics affirms which of the following:
  7. The book Christian Ethics attributes what attitude toward abortion on the part of the Christian theological tradition?
  8. Toward the end of the reading on abortion in our book Christian Ethics, a third option in addition to the sometimes difficult choice between unwanted motherhood and abortion is briefly discussed. The fact that there is a third option indicates that the “it’s either motherhood or abortion” position commits what fallacy?
  9. The term “quickening” refers to:
  10. “Active euthanasia” refers to which of the following:

Set 3

  1. According to one of our textbooks, the Greek word for “euthanasia” literally means:
  2. Toward the end of the reading on abortion in our book Christian Ethics, a third option in addition to the sometimes difficult choice between unwanted motherhood and abortion is briefly discussed. The fact that there is a third option indicates that the “it’s either motherhood or abortion” position commits what fallacy?
  3. Involuntary euthanasia involves which of the following:
  4. Some people argue that in order for women to have freedom equal to that of men, they must have the liberty to choose which of the following?
  5. Since 1869 the Roman Catholic Church has been strongly opposed to abortion. However, there are certain situations in which actions that indirectly result in the loss of fetal life are permitted. Here Roman Catholics are utilizing what principle that we learned about in the chapter in Moral Reasoning that deals with Natural Law ethics?
  6. The book Christian Ethics affirms which of the following:
  7. The “slippery slope” argument that is often used against legalizing physician-assisted suicide asserts which of the following:
  8. What percentage of pregnancies in America are aborted according to Christian Ethics?
  9. “Active euthanasia” refers to which of the following:
  10. Toward the end of the reading on abortion in our book Christian Ethics, a third option in addition to the sometimes difficult choice between unwanted motherhood and abortion is briefly discussed. What is that option?

Set 3

  1. In their discussion of euthanasia, McQuilkin and Copan discuss two extremes to be avoided, one of which is “trying to hasten death.” What is the other?
  2. What was John Stott quoted as saying regarding those whose lives are a burden to others?
  3. McQuilkin and Copan grant that it may be impossible to prove that a zygote or an embryo is a complete human life, but they also argue that:
  4. The important debate over the issue of “ensoulment” is about:
  5. By what age has an embryo typically developed all human physical characteristics?
  6. Do McQuilkin and Copan view life-ending self-sacrifice, such as when one person sacrifices himself or herself to save another, as a form of (sinful) suicide?
  7. According to McQuilkin and Copan, Supreme Court Justice Harry Blackmun’s concept of “useful life” could be used to justify both abortion and…
  8. Which early Christian document is quoted in the reading as saying, “You shall not kill the fetus by abortion or destroy the infant already born”?
  9. Historically, most Protestant Christians have believed that abortion can be justified in which of the following situations:
  10. In ch. 23 of McQuilkin and Copan’s book there is an interesting discussion of the way that naturalists and Christians view life. Do Christians have a higher or a lower view of human life than naturalists have?
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