ETHC 205 Quiz Christian Anthropology

ETHC 205 Quiz Christian Anthropology and Human Flourishing

  1. According to Allison, only about 30% of both men and women suffer from negative body image.
  2. Messer writes that our ultimate end is to cease to exist so that our suffering might end.
  3. Neil Messer’s account of human flourishing is grounded in the Pentecostal Christian tradition.
  4. According to Allison, the following term means “the way you act as a result of your body image.”
  5. Neil Messer says that Karl Barth believed that all of the following are God’s good purposes for human creatures EXCEPT which?
  6. According to Allison, one of the definitions of Embodiment is a field of study that explores how people are present bodily and engage physically in the world.
  7. Messer believes that in a fallen world, there is still the possiblity for a perfect balance between all human goods.
  8. Messer believes that the term “health” is an accurate way of communicating all of the aspects of flourishing that God intends for us.
  9. According to Allsion, one of the defintions of Embodiment is simply having or being in a body.
  10. Messer writes that sin is categorized as all of the following, EXCEPT:
  11. According to Allison, the big idea is that maturing as Christ folowers is only about spiritual and moral progress, and doesn’t deal with issues of the body.
  12. According to Allison, because of neo-Gnosticism, we soemtimes view the body as an instrument, diminishing its importance.
  13. According to Allison, neo-Gnosticism may manifest itself in the following way:
  14. According ot Allison, the following term means “how you think about your body.”
  15. Messer writes that it is objectively bad to be a human creature.
  16. Messer writes that our ignorance, self-interest, and prejudice might distort our understanding of what human flourishing means.
  17. According to Messer, as long as someone is in the vocation God wants them in, they won’t suffer.
  18. Messer writes that our ultimate end is eternal life with God.
  19. According to Messer, complete human flourishing is an eschatological hope.
  20. Messer’s first stage in his account of human flourishing is to highlight the Christian tradition that thinks that human beings are God’s creatures.
  21. According to Messer, which of the following is NOT one of Barth’s “four dimensions” of the “divine summons” to be what God has created us to be?
  22. Messer believes that even forms of suffering (psychological or otherwise) can be a form of flourishing.
  23. According to Allison, the biblical mandate in Genesis to engage in procreation and vocation emphasizes that life in this physical reality is a divinely given responsibility.
  24. According to Messer, attching ultimate importance to a real but penultimate good is a species of what Christians call
  25. According to Messer, The World Health Organization (WHO) has the same understanding of human creaturely flourishing as Barth taught.
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