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Predestination: Quiz


Question 1: Arminius studied under the staunch Reformed scholar ________, whose views of election, Arminius eventually argued, could not reconcile freedom with moral responsibility.
Huldrych ZwingliHuguenotJohn CalvinTheodore Beza

Question 2: God's decision, on such a view, is an inventive experience, almost precisely equivalent to the unfolding process of historical events (thinking like this can be found in modern process theology and ________).
PanentheismOpen theismTrinityDeity

Question 3: Jews may use the term omniscience, or preordination as a corollary of omniscience, but normally reject the idea of predestination as being incompatible with the ________ and responsibility of moral agents, and it therefore has no place in their religion.
Friedrich NietzscheFree willAristotleImmanuel Kant

Question 4: Some forms of Hyper-Calvinism have racial implications, against which other Calvinists vigorously object (see ________).
John CalvinHuguenotAfrikaner CalvinismCovenant theology

Question 5: ________ hold that God does not so much choose, but instead infallibly predicts, who will believe and, persevering, be saved.
ArminianismChristianityMethodismChristian theology

Question 6: ________ traditionally has strong views of predestination similar to some found in Christianity.
MosqueIslamMuslim historyIslamic schools and branches

Question 7: ________ marks the beginning of a system of thought that denies free will and affirms that salvation needs an initial input by God in the life of every person.
Blaise PascalAnselm of CanterburyThomas AquinasAugustine of Hippo

Question 8: In later centuries this idea independently developed among some in the Chabad (Lubavitch) sect of ________.
Hasidic JudaismSkver (Hasidic dynasty)Izhbitza (Hasidic dynasty)Ger (Hasidic dynasty)

Question 9: Discussion of predestination usually involves consideration of whether God is omniscient, or eternal or atemporal (free from limitations of time or even ________).
CausalityAristotleImmanuel KantDeterminism

Question 10: Some modern Jewish thinkers in the 20th century (for example, ________) have resolved the dialectical tension by holding that God is simply not omnipotent, in the commonly used sense of that word.
ExistentialismFriedrich NietzscheMircea EliadeMartin Buber


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