5. Which of the following proven tools for managing finances in marriage
did the authors recommend?
a. Crown Financial Ministries at Crown.org
b. Dave Ramsey at DaveRamsey.com
c. Mary Hunt at DebtProofLiving.com
d. None of the above.
6. The author agrees with which statement?
a. Human sexuality is only driven by pleasure.
b. Coarse language is normal for male development.
c. Morality is relative.
d. Sexual passion run riot is lust.
7. Which is NOT true about the state of celibacy?
a. Every candidate for celibacy must decide if he can live peacefully
with his passion not being fulfilled in marriage and family.
b. What gives stability to celibacy is the peaceful assurance that this is
the state to which one is called and that this state is integral to oneís
intimacy with Christ.
c. The act of constructing this state of celibacy is a long process but one
that can be fully attained.
d. The process of growing in celibate maturity calls for a deep interior
life of Christ that is nourished in prayer.
Spirituality and Inpatient Rehabilitation (Piderman)
8. After discharge from rehabilitation, persons with spinal cord
dysfunction and severe neurological illnesses reported that the frequency of
their private spiritual practices increased but their spiritual and
existential well-being decreased. The authors conclude from this study that
a. spiritual practices did not help.
b. disabilities take a huge toll even on the spiritually active.
c. their sample population was too large.
d. they donít know why these results occurred.
Richard Clarke Cabot (Knights)
9. In the first half of the 19th century, what was Unitarianismís
greatest departure from its roots in the strongly Calvinistic New
a. Men and women are not created in the image of God.
b. Loving God is not the highest calling.
c. Jesus Christ is not God and is therefore not deserving of our worship.
d. Hell in not a real place.