HSCO 506 Exam 1

HSCO 506 Exam 1 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. Christian counseling, based in theology, would identify sin as ultimately behind human problems. In contrast, psychology would emphasize
  2. The lectures explain that ways of knowing (epistemologies) can be limited. What is a true statement based on that discussion?
  3. “Imago Dei” is an important concept in the study of integration, and was mentioned in the lectures. This term refers to
  4. Finish this comparative key phrases with the correct sets of words: theology is to psychology as ____________ is to _________________.
  5. In contrast to a biblical worldview of counseling, a psychological worldview of counseling
  6. The lectures talked about the “two books” concept. What is a true statement from that lecture?
  7. For the Christian counselor, epistemology, according to the lecture
  8. The lecture emphasized that different generations typically have different worldviews. If we are counseling someone just coming into adulthood in the 21st century, what should we emphasize?
  9. If I am following the “earmarks” of integration laid out in the lectures, which of the following would I demonstrate?
  10. The lectures in week one referred to Jay Adams (the founder of Nouthetic counseling) when discussing the biblical foundation/worldview of Christian counseling. What did the lecture emphasize in that discussion, based on Adam’s perspective?
  11. In the discussion on worldview, the lecture contrasted the “modern” and the “post-modern” worldview. If one held the post-modern worldview, which would be true?
  12. The lectures talked about worldview. A worldview is
  13. The lecture emphasized the importance of understand OUR worldview as a counselor in choosing the model of counseling we use. What can we say from the lecture?
  14. The lecture talked about levels of integration. What is an incorrect statement from that discussion?
  15. In arguing for the value of integration, the lectures suggested the following:
  16. From the lecture discussion on ways of knowing truth, what can we say?
  17. If we are trying to distinguish what “Christian” counseling is (vs. secular counseling), which statement is true from the lecture?
  18. Why are self-awareness and humility so important in integrative counseling?
  19. The lectures provided a brief introduction to the models of integration (based on Niebuhr’s Christ and Culture). What did we learn from that introduction?
  20. The lecture emphasized that the way we interpret behavior has a lot to do with our worldview, and a lot to do with our expectations of our clients. What is true based on the lecture discussion?

Set 2

  1. Why are self-awareness and humility so important in integrative counseling?
  2. If we are trying to distinguish what “Christian” counseling is (vs. secular counseling), which statement is true from the lecture?
  3. The lectures in week one referred to Jay Adams (the founder of Nouthetic counseling) when discussing the biblical foundation/worldview of Christian counseling. What did the lecture emphasize in that discussion, based on Adam’s perspective?
  4. The lecture talked about levels of integration. What is an incorrect statement from that discussion?
  5. Christian counseling, based in theology, would identify sin as ultimately behind human problems. In contrast, psychology would emphasize
  6. The lecture emphasized that different generations typically have different worldviews. If we are counseling someone just coming into adulthood in the 21st century, what should we emphasize?
  7. In contrast to a biblical worldview of counseling, a psychological worldview of counseling
  8. Finish this comparative key phrases with the correct sets of words: theology is to psychology as ____________ is to _________________.
  9. The lecture emphasized the importance of understand OUR worldview as a counselor in choosing the model of counseling we use. What can we say from the lecture?
  10. In arguing for the value of integration, the lectures suggested the following:
  11. The lectures explain that ways of knowing (epistemologies) can be limited. What is a true statement based on that discussion?
  12. If I am following the “earmarks” of integration laid out in the lectures, which of the following would I demonstrate?
  13. In the discussion on worldview, the lecture contrasted the “modern” and the “post-modern” worldview. If one held the post-modern worldview, which would be true?
  14. The lectures talked about worldview. A worldview is
  15. For the Christian counselor, epistemology, according to the lecture
  16. “Imago Dei” is an important concept in the study of integration, and was mentioned in the lectures. This term refers to
  17. The lecture emphasized that the way we interpret behavior has a lot to do with our worldview, and a lot to do with our expectations of our clients. What is true based on the lecture discussion?
  18. The lectures talked about the “two books” concept. What is a true statement from that lecture?
  19. From the lecture discussion on ways of knowing truth, what can we say?
  20. The lectures provided a brief introduction to the models of integration (based on Niebuhr’s Christ and Culture). What did we learn from that introduction?
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