End of Life Quiz

Leah Firmstone
Quiz by Leah Firmstone, updated more than 1 year ago
Leah Firmstone
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Quiz on B601, End of Life, made in preparation for End of Year Exams

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Question 1

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Choose the reasons which would be used FOR the existence of the afterlife:
Answer
  • To help us cope with our deaths and those of others
  • Lack of Proof
  • Reassurance that there is a purpose for this life.
  • If God was omnibenevolent He would not want death to be the end.
  • Concepts of the afterlife seem impossible / improbable.
  • There are so many conflicting views, how can we be sure that it exists at all?

Question 2

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Choose the reasons that would be used to argue AGAINST the existence of the afterlife
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  • If God was omnibenevolent He would not want death to be the end.
  • There are so many conflicting views, how can we be sure that it exists at all?
  • To help us cope with our deaths and those of others
  • Lack of Proof
  • Concepts of the afterlife seem impossible / improbable.
  • Reassurance that there is a purpose for this life.

Question 3

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ALL Christians believe that the 'soul' refers to...
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  • .... your conscience
  • .... your essential self
  • .... your unconscious mind

Question 4

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Define 'ensoulment'
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  • When God breathed the 'breath of life' into Adam. (Genesis 2:7)
  • When the Body and soul are in conflict.

Question 5

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MOST Christians believe that the soul is...
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  • Immaterial
  • Immanent
  • Immortal

Question 6

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Some christians reject [blank_start]Immortality[blank_end] of the soul and argue that the soul is not immortal or [blank_start]immaterial[blank_end]. For these Christians the term 'soul' doesn't refer to a separate [blank_start]substance[blank_end] but rather the body's [blank_start]function[blank_end] or primary activity. Thus you might say that these Christian believe that your soul is what your body is [blank_start]designed[blank_end] to do (ie. do [blank_start]good[blank_end] and love God). This idea is known by philosophers as [blank_start]physicalism[blank_end].
Answer
  • Immortality
  • immaterial
  • substance
  • function
  • designed
  • good
  • physicalism

Question 7

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They believe that the [blank_start]body[blank_end] wants to be [blank_start]bad[blank_end] and enjoy physical pleasure, while the [blank_start]soul[blank_end] wants to be [blank_start]good[blank_end] and be with God.
Answer
  • body
  • soul
  • bad
  • good
  • body
  • soul
  • good
  • bad

Question 8

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According to the [blank_start]Catholic[blank_end] Church there are two distinct judgements. Immediately after [blank_start]death[blank_end], the perfectly just are given the reward of the Beatific [blank_start]Vision[blank_end] (direct personal contact with [blank_start]God[blank_end]) in Heaven, while repentant sinners are cleansed in [blank_start]Purgatory[blank_end], and [blank_start]unrepentant[blank_end] sinners are immediately committed to [blank_start]eternal[blank_end] torment in Hell.
Answer
  • Catholic
  • death
  • Vision
  • God
  • Purgatory
  • unrepentant
  • eternal

Question 9

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Which of these are ideas about 'General Judgement'?
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  • The Day of Judgement, which is the last day when God judges the whole of humanity. Resurrected bodily as well as soul.
  • Humanity is judged individually, but all at the same time. Resurrection of the soul.

Question 10

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'Jesus paying for our actions so that we are again at one with God and able to enter into Heaven'
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  • The Atonement
  • Salvation

Question 11

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Salvation is....
Answer
  • Being saved from Hell by Jesus' actions
  • The act of Jesus dying on the cross.

Question 12

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Why is Jesus' Death a key event in the grand narrative of Christianity?
Answer
  • It was what started Christianity
  • It links together much of the history of Christianity, eg. the Limbo of the Fathers, The Fall, Atonement/Salvation

Question 13

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Jesus could be considered the 'perfect judge' because he understands our suffering as He too has lived and suffered on Earth, as well as being fully human and fully divine.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 14

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What are the Roman Catholic beliefs about PURGATORY?
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  • Here souls are cleansed of sin
  • Could be considered a state of mind
  • A denial of the 'Beautific vision'
  • A place of no more suffering
  • Many souls go here, where they are prepared to go to Heaven
  • Christian Universalists believe that everyone will end up here.
  • A place of eternal torture an everlasting fire
  • Will house anyone who has committed a minor sin and repented
  • Those who do good and care for others will be found here

Question 15

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What are Christian views about HEAVEN?
Answer
  • People who believe in God will be here
  • A place of eternal torture an everlasting fire
  • Those who do good and care for others will be found here.
  • Christian Universalists believe that everyone will end up here.
  • Could be considered a state of mind
  • Here souls are cleansed of sin
  • Includes being with God for eternity
  • Beautific Vision

Question 16

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What are the Christian ideas about HELL?
Answer
  • Here souls are cleansed of sin
  • Will house Satan and his fellow Demons
  • A place of eternal torture an everlasting fire
  • Could be considered a state of mind
  • People who show no regret for their sins will be here
  • People who believe in God will be here
  • A denial of the 'Beautific vision'

Question 17

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Give three reasons why funerals would be considered for the BEREAVED.
Answer
  • Click Here when done
  • Not Here

Question 18

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One reason that funerals are considered to be for the DECEASED is that it allows release for their soul.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 19

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What are the Last Rites? Who receives them?
Answer
  • Includes the Anointing of the Poor
  • Includes the Anointing of the Sick, a sacrement
  • Includes Confessions
  • Received by dying Catholics
  • Received by homeless Methodists

Question 20

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Choose the correct purpose of the funeral rite given.
Answer
  • Hymns - To bring the community together
  • Hymns - To proclaim the Gospel message of Jesus' resurrection
  • The Committal - To dispose of the dead reverently
  • The Committal - To honour a life and commend the dead
  • Decoration of the church with white flowers - To take leave of a body and help people to say farewell
  • Decoration of the church with white flowers - To warn of the finality of death and set people to look to Heaven

Question 21

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'A ceremonial act or custom during the funeral or burial of the deceased' is known as a....
Answer
  • Funeral Rite
  • Parable
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