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Sermon on the Mount: Quiz

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Question 1: The Absolutist View rejects all compromise and believes that, if obeying the scripture costs the welfare of the believer, then that is a reasonable sacrifice for ________.
JesusSalvationBaptismChristianity

Question 2: ________ rejected the Roman Catholic approach and developed a different two-level system McArthur refers to as the two realms view.
Protestant ReformationPhilipp MelanchthonMartin LutherLutheranism

Question 3: Jesus condemns the "good works" of fasting, ________, and prayer, when they are only done for show, and not from the heart.
TitheAltruismCharity (practice)Alms

Question 4: It has been one of the main sources of ________.
Christianity and politicsChristian pacifismChristian leftChristian anarchism

Question 5: Many ________ believe that the Sermon on the Mount is a form of commentary on the Ten Commandments.
ChristianityEcumenismBaptistChristian denomination

Question 6: Jesus fulfills and reinterprets Mosaic Law and in particular the ________, contrasting with what "you have heard" from others, also known as the Antitheses.
Biblical canonChristianity and JudaismBibleTen Commandments

Question 7: Eremos and Karn Hattin, this hill is now the site of a twentieth-century Roman Catholic ________ called the Church of the Beatitudes.
AltarBishopPalermoChapel

Question 8: Earle Ellis (Professor of Theology at SWBTS) says that this sermon is an eschatological invitation in which Jesus is inviting believers to live according to an ethic that will be standard in the future ________[citation needed].
ChristianityTimeline of ChristianityChristian eschatologyKingdom of God

Question 9: As such, survival in the world did not matter as in the ________ material well-being would be irrelevant.
End timeEschatologyApocalypseLast Judgment

Question 10: A similar view is also described in Dostoevsky's ________, written in the late nineteenth century.
Crime and PunishmentThe Brothers KaramazovThe Possessed (novel)Fyodor Dostoyevsky







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