RLGN 105 Test 8

RLGN 105 Test 8 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. According to the Apostle Paul, we should “speak the truth in ____________”
  2. A properly functioning economic system presumes a significant amount of virtue amongst its participants.
  3. The “New Tolerance” is sometimes referred to as pluralistic tolerance.
  4. The goodness of work is only found in the financial benefit that it brings.
  5. A free market economy requires:
  6. The acceptance of “Religious pluralism” is encouraged by a weakened view of tolerance.
  7. One advantage of the “new tolerance” is that it is easier to implement consistently.
  8. The meaning of tolerance is demonstrated in how we treat people not how we treat ideas.
  9. Business leaders can assume that all the employees they hire will all have a properly functioning moral compass.
  10. To be “intolerant” of someone means that you hate them.
  11. “Tolerance” is not often viewed as a stand-alone philosophy though it does impact how we think and view life.
  12. “Tolerance” implies that there must be a disagreement
  13. A problem with the “new tolerance” is that it does not distinguish between truth and error.
  14. Though their purpose of business is “good”, they can also do harm to communities they are designed to serve.
  15. “Patent laws” are selfish and only protect the rich and powerful companies.
  16. The Christian message of the Gospel is viewed by many as too intolerant of other faiths.
  17. The most egregious inequalities in the free “market system” are the ones that are the result of:
  18. According to Rae, “Business has two primary purposes: to ______________________ and to provide meaningful work that develops its employees.  Doing these with excellence will provide the owners/shareholders with a reasonable return on their investment.
  19. Christians should demonstrate “tolerance” to others while at the same time remaining true to the Word of God
  20. Much of the cynicism of business markets is due to a fixation on greed.
  21. Michael Novak suggest that there a 3 critically balanced systems needed for Democratic Capitalism to work: 1. The Economic System, 2. The Moral-Cultural system, and the 3. ________________________
  22. The “new tolerance” is self-defeating.
  23. The bible always condemns the accumulation of wealth.
  24. Traditional tolerance provides one with boundaries to measure right or wrong, while still showing tolerance to the individual.
  25. Whether good ethics is profitable or not, we want people to do the right thing in the marketplace because it is right.

Set 2

  1. The meaning of tolerance is demonstrated in how we treat people not how we treat ideas.
  2. “Tolerance” is not often viewed as a stand-alone philosophy though it does impact how we think and view life.
  3. Christians should demonstrate “tolerance” to others while at the same time remaining true to the Word of God
  4. The market system, while it can foster materialism it can also provide unparalleled opportunities for charity and generosity.
  5. According to the Apostle Paul, we should “speak the truth in ____________”
  6. “Tolerance” implies that there must be a disagreement
  7. A problem with the “new tolerance” is that it does not distinguish between truth and error.
  8. The biblical response to tolerance requires that, if possible, we live peacefully with all people.
  9. The most egregious inequalities in the free “market system” are the ones that are the result of:
  10. The “New Tolerance” is sometimes referred to as pluralistic tolerance.
  11. The acceptance of “Religious pluralism” is encouraged by a weakened view of tolerance.
  12. Traditional tolerance provides one with boundaries to measure right or wrong, while still showing tolerance to the individual.
  13. Though their purpose of business is “good”, they can also do harm to communities they are designed to serve.
  14. Having to “work” is a result of the Fall (man’s sin) and the resulting curse.
  15. According to Rae, “Business has two primary purposes: to ______________________ and to provide meaningful work that develops its employees.  Doing these with excellence will provide the owners/shareholders with a reasonable return on their investment.
  16. The bible always condemns the accumulation of wealth.
  17. When Jesus said in John 14:6 that he was “the way”, he meant that he was just one of many ways that people could choose to come to the Father (God).
  18. Tolerance should be viewed in reference to how we:
  19. Whether good ethics is profitable or not, we want people to do the right thing in the marketplace because it is right.
  20. A properly functioning economic system presumes a significant amount of virtue amongst its participants.
  21. A free market economy requires:
  22. From a business sense, Compliance and Ethics are the same thing
  23. The “new tolerance” is self-defeating.
  24. To avoid offending someone we should not speak the truth of the Gospel but only let them see it in our lives.
  25. To be “intolerant” of someone means that you hate them.

Set 3

  1. “Tolerance” is not often viewed as a stand-alone philosophy though it does impact how we think and view life.
  2. Much of the cynicism of business markets is due to a fixation on greed.
  3. According to Rae, “Business has two primary purposes: to ______________________ and to provide meaningful work that develops its employees.  Doing these with excellence will provide the owners/shareholders with a reasonable return on their investment.
  4. The meaning of tolerance is demonstrated in how we treat people not how we treat ideas.
  5. “Patent laws” are selfish and only protect the rich and powerful companies.
  6. In Philippians 2:12-16, Paul says that we should “work out our salvation”. This means that we should
  7. From a business sense, Compliance and Ethics are the same thing
  8. Though their purpose of business is “good”, they can also do harm to communities they are designed to serve.
  9. The “new tolerance” is self-defeating.
  10. According to the Apostle Paul, we should “speak the truth in ____________”
  11. The bible always condemns the accumulation of wealth.
  12. Based on verses like I Peter 3:15-16, the biblical approach should be that Christians “speak the truth in ________________.”
  13. “Profit”, when gained by ethically and with virtue, is a very important market signal that a business is deploying itis resources efficiently
  14. The Christian message of the Gospel is viewed by many as too intolerant of other faiths.
  15. The goodness of work is only found in the financial benefit that it brings.
  16. Michael Novak suggest that there a 3 critically balanced systems needed for Democratic Capitalism to work: 1. The Economic System, 2. The Moral-Cultural system, and the 3. ________________________
  17. Having to “work” is a result of the Fall (man’s sin) and the resulting curse.
  18. The biblical response to tolerance requires that, if possible, we live peacefully with all people.
  19. When Jesus said in John 14:6 that he was “the way”, he meant that he was just one of many ways that people could choose to come to the Father (God).
  20. The ability to accumulate property and wealth is a critical incentive to hard work.
  21. Christians should demonstrate “tolerance” to others while at the same time remaining true to the Word of God
  22. A properly functioning economic system presumes a significant amount of virtue amongst its participants.
  23. The most egregious inequalities in the free “market system” are the ones that are the result of:
  24. The “New Tolerance” is sometimes referred to as pluralistic tolerance.
  25. “Tolerance” implies that there must be a disagreement
$3.99
Buy Answer Key