THEO 603 Quiz Enlightenment to Mediating

THEO 603 Quiz: From the Enlightenment to Mediating Theology

Modules 1-3: Weeks 1-3

  1. According to I. A. Dorner, which doctrine was the main problem left unresolved by Protestant Reformers?
  2. Which Deist rejected special revelation, claiming that what can be known to Christians can be known as well by the rational religion of nature?
  3. Which philosopher claimed that human thought and culture evolves in a pattern of thesis, antithesis, and synthesis?
  4. Which Deist subtly underminded orthodox Christianity by insisting that no one should (or even could) believe that which is ultimately mysterious?
  5. Which of the following statements best describes I. A. Dorner’s concept of the immutability of God?
  6. Which of the following liberal theologians does Olson consider the “father of modern liberalism”?
  7. Which of the following philosophers’ work was essentially an attempt to navigate a middle ground between rationalism and empiricism, taking the best of both?
  8. Of which philosophy was Samuel Coleridge a representative?
  9. Which of the following statements best describes Charles Hodge’s theological method?
  10. Of which philosophy was Thomas Reid a representative?
  11. According to Dr. Cleaver’s video for week #2, how did Friedrich Schleiermacher handle the problem of evil?
  12. Which view of the atonement did Horace Bushnell take?
  13. Which philosopher suggested that the human mind is a blank slate when born, and the only thing people know is what they experience?
  14. According to Olson, what did Adolf Harnack mean by “the kingdom of God and its coming”?
  15. Which of the following harbored doubts about the deity of Christ and the Trinity?
  16. How does Olson describe the relationship between modernism and liberalism?
  17. According to Olson, what did Albrecht Ritchl believe about the deity of Christ?
  18. According to Dr. Cleaver’s video, among Berliners, Friedrich Schleiermacher was known as the best __________ of his generation.
  19. When Pope Pius IX produced the “Syllabus of Errors,” he was intending to:
  20. What was the “social crisis” in Walter Rauschenbusch’s best- known work, Christianity and the Social Crisis?
  21. Which philosopher is best known for seeing the existence of doubt as the ultimate proof of people’s existence?
  22. Which of the following adopted a dualist, accommodation model for understanding the relationship between science and theology?
  23. Which of the following was considered a “vehemently suspect of heresy” by the Roman Catholic Church?
  24. Which of the following liberal theologians emphasizes that true religion is a matter of universal human Gefühl (feeling)?
  25. Why did Ernst Troeltsch say that there is no such thing as a pure religion?
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