HIEU 201 Test 4

HIEU 201 Test 4 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. According to “Early Doctrines of the Church,” which of the following men wrote Church History, showing that Christianity is the ultimate goal of human history?
  2. According to “Early Doctrines of the Church,” Clement of Alexandria advocated study and knowledge as virtuous pursuits, claiming that…
  3. While the decline and fall of Rome was gradual, according to “Roman Empire,” which of the following dates is given by historians for the actual fall of Rome?
  4. According to “Rise of Christianity,” which two things did the Pax Romana provide to help Christianity spread through the empire?
  5. True or False: According to “Roman Empire,” the regimental rule of Diocletian and then Constantine, held off disaster, but only precariously.
  6. According to “Rise of Christianity,” what made the teachings of Jesus “radical”?
  7. According to “Rise of Christianity,” Romans began to view Christians as subversive for which of the following reasons?
  8. According to “Roman Empire,” during which of the following periods did the majority of the Roman expansion occur?
  9. According to “Rise of Christianity,” under which Roman emperor did the first state sponsored persecution of Christians take place, in AD 64?
  10. According to “Early Doctrines of the Church,” a contrast is made between the ancient Near East and post-476 Europe. Which of the following best describes that contrast?

Set 2

  1. The Council of Nicaea was called in order to
  2. According to your textbook, Jesus set out to destroy Judaism during his lifetime.
  3. Augustus was able to avoid the fate of Julius Caesar by
  4. Augustus carried out all of the following policies EXCEPT
  5. Virgil’s Aeneid

  6. Augustine would have supported the concept that
  7. According to your textbook, Augustus rejected the idea of emperor worship because it was identified too closely with eastern monarchs.
  8. According to your textbook, the term Pax Romana refers to the comparatively uncomplicated politics of the old Roman Republic.
  9. According to your textbook, In City of God, Augustine stated that Christianity would survive the collapse and fall of Rome.
  10. Jesus practiced his ministry
  11. According to your textbook, all early Christian thinkers rejected Greek philosophy and taught that rational inquiry cannot coexist with the quest for personal salvation.
  12. According to your textbook, Jesus himself left no writings for his followers.
  13. According to the author of your text, the main impact of the imperial cult was that it strengthened ties between subjects and emperor.
  14. The Roman ruler Octavian took which of the following titles?
  15. According to your textbook, one important reason why Paul’s mission was so successful is that he separated Christianity from Judaism.
  16. The Roman Empire was said to have finally ended when
  17. When it is said that “Rome fell in A.D. 476,” this means that
  18. According to your textbook, Christians could credit the Jewish tradition for the pattern of monastic rules.
  19. According to your textbook, Christianity and classical humanism were similar in that both placed great stress on the individual.
  20. According to your textbook, Augustus granted land and bonuses to retiring veterans.
  21. According to the lecture, “Rise of Christianity,” what made the teachings of Jesus “radical”?
  22. According to the lecture, “Early Doctrines of the Church,” which of the following cities was NOT one of the locations of the five leading churches?
  23. According to the lecture, “Rise of Christianity,” which of the following were most effective in spreading Christianity through the empire?
  24. According to the lecture, “Early Doctrines of the Church,” which of the following men wrote Church History, showing that Christianity is the ultimate goal of human history?
  25. According to the lecture, “Early Doctrines of the Church,” which of the following, writer
of Confessions and City of God, was possibly the most influential church father for the West?
  26. According to the website, ”Friends, Romans, or Countrymen,” which of the following was NOT listed as a reason for barbarian immigration into Rome?
  27. According to the website, ”Summary of Vandal Legacy,” the vandals, and their destruction, served as a surviving memory of
  28. According to the website, ”Roman Roads,” why did most people have to walk along the Roman roads?
  29. According to the website, ”Visigoths Sack Rome,” the city was ravaged for how many days?
  30. According to the website, ”Friends, Romans, or Countrymen,” in 410, which Germanic leader sacked Rome?
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