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Logos: Quiz


Question 1: Christians who profess belief in the Trinity often consider John 1:1 to be a central text in their belief that Jesus is ________, in connection with the idea that the Father, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit are equals.

Question 2: Its semantic field extends beyond "word" to notions such as "thought, speech, account, meaning, reason, proportion, principle, standard", or "________".

Question 3:
Logos, Hebrew alphabet and Glossolalia are all:
Language and mysticism Singular God Language Stoicism

Question 4: In ________'s analytical psychology, the logos is the masculine principle of rationality and consciousness.
Depth psychologyJungian archetypesCarl JungSigmund Freud

Question 5: ________ (20 BC - 50 AD), a Hellenized Jew, used the term logos to mean the creative principle.
Biblical canonAlexander the AlabarchPhiloMarcus Julius Alexander

Question 6:
Logos, Satire and Rhetoric are all:
Singular God Greek loanwords Rhetoric Christology

Question 7: Christian apologist ________ (c 150) identified Jesus as the Logos.
IrenaeusJustin MartyrJeromeEucharistic theologies contrasted

Question 8: One meaning referred to an instance of speaking: "sentence, saying, oration"; the other meaning was the ________ of ergon (ἔργον) or energeia (ἐνέργεια), meaning "action" or "work", which was commonplace.
DialecticRhetoricNew TestamentAntithesis

Question 9:
Logos, Schizophrenia and Psychology are all:
Greek loanwords Stoicism Singular God Concepts in epistemology

Question 10:
Logos, Infinity and Natural law are all:
Philosophical terminology Greek loanwords Concepts in epistemology Christology


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