Quarter 3 Test 3: Quiz 3 Flashcards Preview

Bible (Senior Year) > Quarter 3 Test 3: Quiz 3 > Flashcards

Flashcards in Quarter 3 Test 3: Quiz 3 Deck (35):
0

This is the moral and ethical quality of people demonstrated in the actions taken in life consistent with the mind-set they establish in their lives.

Character

1

Our life is ___________ when the principles we claim to believe for our lives equal the way we actually live our lives.

Congruent

2

Our life is ______________ when the principles we claim to believe for our lives does NOT equal the way we actually live our lives.

Not congruent

3

If the principles of our life do NOT equal the way we actually live our lives, what are our only two options to make them equal?

Change our principles or change our behavior

4

Which Biblical character was used in the text to illustrate how an individual’s principles (living for God) did NOT equal what was actually done in their life (following their own direction)?

King Saul

5

Which Biblical character was used to illustrate the confusion that results when we do not live in consistency with our beliefs?

Judas Iscariot

6

Which Biblical character was used in the text to illustrate that God will NOT give up on us despite our actions?

Peter

7

Which Biblical character was used to illustrate that we can have faith in God’s plan and purpose for our lives even when the circumstances don’t seem like it?

Esther

8

This is an exertion of energy, power, or force to accomplish a desired end.

Action

9

This is a group sharing common characteristics, interests, and heritage.

Community

10

This is a linking relationship and association that joins, unites, and binds us to one another.

Connection

11

This is a feeling of appreciative, often deferential, regard and esteem.

Respect

12

This is the noblest form of love carried out in life’s relationships.

Servanthood

13

___________ is the forced act of serving another person…..and it is carried out in our ______.

Servitude
Body

14

__________is the decided act of serving another person…..and it is carried out in our______.

Service
Mind

15

______________is the attitudinal act of serving another person...and it is carried out in our ________.

Servanthood
Spirit

16

Use the Mutual Influence Model and list what NEGATIVE act you are NOT communicating.
1. _________ When you love and accept others……..you are NOT __________ them.
2. _______ When you listen and learn from others……..you are NOT _____________ them.
3. __________ When you serve and partner with others………you are NOT ________them.

1. Respect/Judging
2. Trust/Correcting
3. Dignity/direct

17

How did Romero feel about the way Jason included him the construction project?

Left out/ignored

18

Why didn’t Romero feel a special connection to the people who built his home?

They didn’t have conversations with him, nor did they try to get to know him

19

What caused Jason’s continual frustration during the building project?

Focus was on other issues/not the job at hand

20

What expectation did Jason have that resulted in him not feeling appreciated?

He gave up his time and money to be there

21

What Biblical character was used by God to teach Peter that favoritism was wrong?

Cornelius

22

What Biblical character is used to illustrate that it is our responsibility to bring goodness into a situation where evil is prevailing?

Good Samaritan

23

How did Bonhoeffer illustrate giving his life to bring goodness in the face of evil?

He was committed to opposing the Nazi’s even to his death

24

Stereotypes endure because people tend to overestimate the association between variables that are only slightly correlated or not correlated at all – which is known as an __________ ___________.

Illusionary correlation

25

Stereotypes endure because people have a tendency to seek, interpret, and create information that verifies their existing beliefs – which is known as ___________ _______.

Confirmation Bias

26

Stereotypes endure when people believe that most other people share their stereotypes – this is known as ______ _____________ _____.

False consensus bias

27

Sycophants are an example of which stereotype?

False consensus bias

28

Someone saying “the reason why they are poor is because they are lazy” is an example of which stereotype?

Illusionary correlation

29

Someone saying “teenagers don’t have respect for the sacrifices of older generations” is an example of which stereotype?

Confirmation bias

30

Known as the process of displacing aggression or projecting guilt onto a group of people.

Scapegoating

31

The place where prejudices are learned through society where privileges are given to a select group.

institutions

32

The place in society that promotes prejudices through images using stereotypes.

media

33

The act of individuals in society choosing to socially isolate themselves.

Social fragmentation

34

Why does the act of individuals choosing to socially isolate themselves increasing the probability of prejudice?

Group Think