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Self Test A on Knowledge & Vocabulary associated with Choice #17  

Respond to each of the 10 multiple choice questions below by typing the number 1 to 5 of the answer you wish to select in the response box. When finished, click "process your responses".

1. All of the following conclusions as to the beliefs of someone who totally accepts the  EVIL IS OUT THERE  theme can be drawn from a careful reading of it, except which one

1)  demonic possession in the form of your conscience being captured is possible                                                

2)    your conscience  is a restraining voice                    3) your conscience  represents God's voice   

4)   human nature is flawed and sinful                           5) evil has an existence separate from human beings 

2.  Unlike someone who prefers the EVIL IS OUT THERE theme, those who instead like the TAKING CHARGE==> VIOLENCE theme at times feel __________________________.

1) powerful              2) restrained                3) angry               4) sinful              5) flawed  

3.  From the first part of the TAKING CHARGE==> VIOLENCE  theme one might conclude : a) taking charge suggests you have power over others; b) power comes with the ability to instill fear; c) people who fear us have a powerful motivator to do what we demand; d) that motivation increases in proportion to how much they fear us;     e) the above relationship between fear and motivation holds without limits; f) fear is a more powerful motivator than love.   Which of these six conclusions reasonably follow from consideration of the theme content and the immediately preceding conclusion?

  1) none of them           2) a, b, and c           3) a, b, c, d             4) a, b, c, d, e            5) all of them 

4.  For someone who prefers the TAKING CHARGE==> VIOLENCE  theme over the EVIL IS OUT THERE one, carrying out a threat might lead to all of the following except which?

1) arguing "the Devil made me do it"          2) torture           3) domestic violence         

4) filing a lawsuit             5) criminal aggression

5. The word ______________ can be defined or described as "a demon or spirit taking bodily form."

1)  litigant                                      2)    wrath                             3)  incarnate 

4)   aberration                               5) apparition 


6. The word ______________ can be defined or described as "to deter through fear, to make timid, to frighten."

1)  exorcist                                      2)   incarnate                                          3)  litigate 

4)  incarcerate                                5)  none of the above 


7.  The word ______________ can be defined or described as "violent, vengeful anger, rage."

1)  wrath                                      2)  exorcism                               3)  sorcery 

4)   intimidation                            5) litigation 


8. All of the following words loosely belong together except which one?  

1)  litigation                        2)  intimidation                               3) censure   

4)  law                                  5) amorous


9.  The word ______________ can be defined or described as "a ritual meant to drive out an evil spirit." 

1)   litigation                             2)   incarceration                               3) sorcery  

4)   exorcism                 5)  incarnation 


10.  The word ______________ can be defined or described as "the use of power gained by summoning up evil spirits."

1)  intimidation                                   2)  sorcery                               3) exorcism  

4) wrath                                       5) none of the above 



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