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Midterm EXAM Spring 2008

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Midterm Exam Spring 2008 Your Name: ___________________________ Part I – Objective (25 points possible) Giant Multiple Choice : (10 points possible – ½ point each) Put an X or next to each statement below that is accurate . If it helps you keep track, you can put a line through every statement that is not accurate. Also, if it helps you make sense of the statements, you can correct the statements by crossing out incorrect words or saying why you think it is inaccurate. 1. ______ In the Augustine reading, the term "ability" refers specifically to the ability to accomplish the good in action. 2. ______ Augustine and Pelagius agree on the meanings of the terms "ability," "will," and "action," they just don't agree on how much God assists each element. 3. ______ Augustine thinks that the combination of free will and intellect are the basis of human freedom. 4. ______ Augustine thinks that due to the fall, the will is not just tarnished, it is severely crippled. 5. ______ Augustine thinks that the products of human sin in the world inhibit human freedom substantially. 6. ______ Augustine thinks we are all created with the ability/power to know and choose the good. 7. ______ Augustine thinks if we know the good we will automatically prefer and choose it. 8. ______ Augustine thinks that the most important thing Christ/God does to help humans is to command them to love others. 9. ______ Augustine thinks that Christ's solution to human sin is to eliminate the intellect and will altogether so that choosing the good is inevitable. 10. ______ Augustine thinks that humans cannot save themselves. 11. ______ Augustine thinks humans are not responsible for their own personal sins. 12. ______ Augustine thinks that hope, love, and faith are pre-requisites for receiving God's love.
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