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Christian ethics: Quiz


Question 1: The ________ generally asserts that all morality flows from the Great Commandment, to love God with all one's heart, mind, strength, and soul, and to love one's neighbor as oneself.
JesusNew TestamentGospelBiblical canon

Question 2: See also Old Testament Law directed at non-Jews and ________.
MosesTalmudLeviticus 18Bible

Question 3: By the time of ________ (379-395), Christianity had become the state religion of the empire.
Valentinian IIDiocletianTheodosius IConstantine I

Question 4: The ________ (lex aeterna), the original type and source of all temporal laws, the natural law, conscience, the ultimate end of man, the cardinal virtues, sin, marriage, etc.
Duns ScotusImmanuel KantThomas AquinasBlaise Pascal

Question 5: Examples include the theologians Francisco de Vitoria, Dominicus Soto, Luis de Molina, ________, Leonardus Lessius, and Juan de Lugo.
Francisco SuárezThomas AquinasDuns ScotusPope John Paul II

Question 6: Consequently, ________ ethics included discussions of how believers should relate to Roman authority and to the empire, see also Render unto Caesar....
East–West SchismCrusadesEarly ChristianityBiblical canon

Question 7: Ecclesiastical writers, such as Justin Martyr, Irenaeus, Tertullian, Clement of Alexandria, Origen, ________, Jerome, and Augustine of Hippo, all wrote on ethics from a distinctly Christian point of view.
AmbrosePope John Paul IIFrancis de SalesThomas Aquinas

Question 8: With Christianity now in power, ethical concerns broaden and included discussions of the proper role of the state, see also ________.
Catholic ChurchChristianity by countryChristendomEast–West Schism

Question 9: Christian ethics developed further while ________ were subjects of the Roman Empire.
CrusadesBiblical canonEast–West SchismEarly Christianity

Question 10: Consequently, issues of Christian doctrine, ethics and church practice were debated openly, see for example the ________ and the First seven Ecumenical Councils.
First Council of NicaeaCouncil of ChalcedonHistory of ChristianityHistory of the Catholic Church


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