JURI 600 Quiz 1

JURI 600 Quiz 1 Liberty University

  1. In Pierce v. Society of Sisters, what did the Supreme Court hold regarding a state law requiring all children between the ages of 8 and 16 to attend public school?
  2. Which of the following is not a basic Biblical assumption at Liberty University?
  3. Identify which of the following ideas are not associated with the revolution of legal education started by Charles William Eliot and Christopher Columbus Langdell?
  4. The following is an example of inductive reasoning: Murder is immoral. Scott murdered Bob. Scott acted immorally.
  5. Before the revolution in law at Harvard, which basic assumption was not held by most American law schools?
  6. Which of the following believed that God’s law was superior to man’s law?
  7. The Bill of Rights (the first ten amendments in the U.S. Constitution) most clearly reflects which principle of the nature of man?
  8. Which of the following were not results of Langdell’s revolution in the law?
  9. What is the problem with using inductive reasoning exclusively to study the law?
  10. The belief in evolution instead of creation and the belief in man instead of God has dominated the teaching of America law since when?
  11. What standard does the Supreme Court use to determine whether the Eighth Amendment to the United States Constitution has been violated?
  12. How did Christopher Columbus Langdell produce the revolution in teaching the law at Harvard?
  13. Which of the following conclusions conflict with Clarence Darrow’s presupposition that man is not responsible for his criminal actions?
  14. What principle(s) in the U.S. Constitution reflects the Biblical worldview that man is sinful?
  15. Which of the following ideas is not in the Humanist Manifesto?
  16. The Supreme Court held that capital punishment violated the Eighth Amendment and then, four years later, held that capital punishment did not violate the Eighth Amendment.
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