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Sodomy: Quiz


Question 1: Byzantine Emperor ________, in his novels no.
BasiliscusManuel I KomnenosJustinian IConstantine I

Question 2: In the ________ (chapters 18-20), the Lord perceives Sodom and Gomorrah as places of grave sinfulness and seeks to discover whether this perception is really true before He destroys the inhabitants.
Book of EnochBook of GenesisBiblePsalms

Question 3: The ________ Jewish philosopher Philo (20 BC - 50 AD) described the inhabitants of Sodom in an extra biblical account:
Ancient GreeceHellenistic civilizationHellenistic periodAlexander the Great

Question 4: 141 (dating 559) amended to his ________, and declared that Sodom's sin had been specifically same-sex activities and desire for them.
Byzantine literatureByzantine EmpireByzantine calendarCorpus Juris Civilis

Question 5: The term comes from the ________: peccatum Sodomiticum, or "sin of Sodom."
Medieval LatinVulgar LatinEcclesiastical LatinCatholic Church

Question 6: The clearest texts on the sin or sins which Sodom was destroyed for are found in ________ in the Old Testament, and Jude in the New.

Question 7: Sodomy (pronounced /ˈsɒdəmi/) is a term used today predominantly in law (derived from traditional Christian usage) to describe the act of ________, oral sex, or zoophilia.
Anal–oral sexAnal sexMen who have sex with menSexual intercourse

Question 8: [34] It is this event, which led into the medieval and early-modern ________ that were also largely connoted with sodomy.
WitchcraftEgyptUnited KingdomWitch-hunt

Question 9: 100)[28][29] ________, (AD 354-430)[30] and certain pseudepigraphacal texts.
Blaise PascalAnselm of CanterburyThomas AquinasAugustine of Hippo

Question 10: [2] ________ prohibiting such sexual activity have been a standard feature of codes of sexual morality in Jewish, Christian, and Islamic civilisations (see below) as well as many other cultures.
Zoosexuality and the lawSodomy lawMiscegenationProstitution

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