quiz 9 assigment

1/ Scoffing violates the 9th commandment. What is SCOFFING? , (from the Westminster Larger Catechism on the 9th commandment)

Group of answer choices

Making light of or mocking a person, such as when a person’s to be the laughingstock of a group light of or mocking a person, such as when a person’s to be the laughingstock of a group

xpress severe disapproval of (someone or something), especially in a formal oral or written statement.

Malicious talk about someone who is not present, like when someone has just left the room

speak very softly using one’s breath without one’s vocal cords, especially for the sake of privacy, to speak something bad., like a vulgar joke or a malicious rumor

2/ Censuring violates the 9th commandment. What is CENSURING. (from the Westminster Larger Catechism on the 9th commandment)

Group of answer choices

Express severe disapproval of (someone or something), especially in a formal oral or written statement.Malicious talk about someone who is not present, like when someone has just left the room

Making light of or mocking a person, such as when a person’s to be the laughingstock of a group

Speak very softly using one’s breath without one’s vocal cords, especially for the sake of privacy, to speak something bad, like a vulgar joke

3/ Backbiting violates the 9th commandment. What is BACKBITING? (from the Westminster Larger Catechism on the 9th commandment)

Group of answer choices

Malicious talk about someone who is not present, like when someone has just left the room

Express severe disapproval of (someone or something), especially in a formal oral or written statement.Malicious talk about someone who is not present, like when someone has just left the room

Making light of or mocking a person, such as when a person’s to be the laughingstock of a group

Speak very softly using one’s breath without one’s vocal cords, especially for the sake of privacy, to speak something bad., like a vulgar joke

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4/ Whispering violates the 9th commandment. What is WISHPERING? (from the Westminster Larger Catechism on the 9th commandment)

Group of answer choices

speak very softly using one’s breath without one’s vocal cords, especially for the sake of privacy, to speak something bad., like a vulgar joke

Making light of or mocking a person, such as when a person’s to be the laughingstock of a group

Express severe disapproval of (someone or something), especially in a formal oral or written statement.

Malicious talk about someone who is not present, like when someone has just left the room

5/ Slander violates the 9th commandment. What is SLANDER? (from the Westminster Larger Catechism on the 9th commandment)

Group of answer choices

To engage in mudslinging against someone to damage their reputation; running a smear campaign that is false and damaging

To criticize in an abusive or angrily insulting manner that brand or stigmatize someone or something.

Express severe disapproval of (someone or something), especially in a formal oral or written statement.Malicious talk about someone who is not present, like when someone has just left the room

When a decision is made by someone in authority that is unfair or morally wrong.

6/ Reviling violates the 9th commandment. What is REVILING? (from the Westminster Larger Catechism on the 9th commandment)

Group of answer choices

To criticize in an abusive or angrily insulting manner that brand or stigmatize someone or something.

giving excessive compliments, usually insincere, for the purpose of ingratiating oneself with the subject.

To engage in mudslinging against someone to damage their reputation; running a smear campaign that is false and damaging

When a decision is made by someone in authority that is unfair or morally wrong.

7/ Flattery violates the 9th commandment. What is FLATTERING. (from the Westminster Larger Catechism on the 9th commandment)

Group of answer choices

giving excessive compliments, usually insincere, for the purpose of ingratiating oneself with the subject.

To engage in mudslinging against someone to damage their reputation; running a smear campaign that is false and damaging

When a decision is made by someone in authority that is unfair or morally wrong.

To criticize in an abusive or angrily insulting manner that brand or stigmatize someone or something.

8/ Unjust Sentence violates the 9th Commandment. What is UNJUST SENTENCE? (from the Westminster Larger Catechism on the 9th commandment)

Group of answer choices

When a decision is made by someone in authority that is unfair or morally wrong.

To engage in mudslinging against someone to damage their reputation; running a smear campaign that is false and damaging

To criticize in an abusive or angrily insulting manner that brand or stigmatize someone or something.

giving excessive compliments, usually insincere, for the purpose of ingratiating oneself with the subject.

9/ Suborning false witness is a violation of the 9th commandment. What is SUBORNING FALSE WITNESS.? (from the Westminster Larger Catechism on the 9th commandment)

Group of answer choices

Attempts to induce another person to witness to give false testimony under oath in a court or other proceeding, and the witness actually gives false testimony

To overcome the truth with a bold or self-assured lie; to stare down the truth with a hyperlie

attracting or seeking to attract attention, admiration, or envy often by gaudiness or obviousness : overly elaborate or conspicuous : characterized by, fond of, or evincing ostentation

Unpleasant or arrogant domineering use of the truth; too confident and too determined to tell other people what to do, in a way that is unpleasant:

10/ Outfacing the truth is a violation of the 9th commandment. What is OUTFACING THE TRUTH. ,(from the Westminster Larger Catechism on the 9th commandment)

Group of answer choices

To overcome the truth with a bold or self-assured lie; to stare down the truth with a hyperlie

Unpleasant or arrogant domineering use of the truth; too confident and too determined to tell other people what to do, in a way that is unpleasant:

attracting or seeking to attract attention, admiration, or envy often by gaudiness or obviousness : overly elaborate or conspicuous : characterized by, fond of, or evincing ostentation

Attempts to induce another person to witness to give false testimony under oath in a court or other proceeding, and the witness actually gives false testimony

11/The statement “ I had to lie” is: never true, is true because sometimes there are no other choices, is true because God loves sinners, it always true because I said so

12/ Overbearing the truth is a violation of the 9th commandment. What is OVERBEARING THE TRUTH. (from the Westminster Larger Catechism on the 9th commandment)

Group of answer choices

Unpleasant or arrogant domineering use of the truth; too confident and too determined to tell other people what to do, in a way that is unpleasant:

To overcome the truth with a bold or self-assured lie; to stare down the truth with a hyperlie

Attempts to induce another person to witness to give false testimony under oath in a court or other proceeding, and the witness actually gives false testimony

attracting or seeking to attract attention, admiration, or envy often by gaudiness or obviousness : overly elaborate or conspicuous : characterized by, fond of, or evincing ostentation

13/ Fond Admiration violates the 9th commandment. What is FOND ADMIRATION. (from the Westminster Larger Catechism on the 9th commandment)

Group of answer choices

attracting or seeking to attract attention, admiration, or envy often by gaudiness or obviousness : overly elaborate or conspicuous : characterized by, fond of, or evincing ostentation

Unpleasant or arrogant domineering use of the truth; too confident and too determined to tell other people what to do, in a way that is unpleasant:

Attempts to induce another person to witness to give false testimony under oath in a court or other proceeding, and the witness actually gives false testimony

To overcome the truth with a bold or self-assured lie; to stare down the truth with a hyper-lie

1111111111111114/The term to describe people who accept the benefits of something without paying in price for it in the lecture were called.

Group of answer choices

free riders

deadbeats

slackers

parasites

15/ The original meaning of the 9th commandment was to:

Group of answer choices

protect people in court

protect people against tax collectors

protect people against soldiers

protect people in the neighborhood

16/ According to this lecture:,

Group of answer choices

the best leaders neither practice lying in public or private,

people who lie in public but not in private are best leaders

people who tell the public but lie in private are best leaders,

George Washington never told a lie

17/ All of the following reasons are generally accepted in our culture as excusing LYING ABOUT INFIDELITY IN MARRIAGE, except for

18/ Question 18 3 pts

The 9th commandment reveals a person’s ‘character’ by which of the following.

Group of answer choices

all of these reveal character.

Ability to recognize right from wrong

always choosing the right

always rejecting the wrong,

19/ All of the following are choices for people to do when accused of lying EXCEPT; ;

Group of answer choices

deny deception but admit responsibility

deny deception and deny responsibility

admit deception but deny responsibility,

admit deception and accept responsibility

20/ James 3:5-6 says all of the following things about the tongue EXCEPT:

Group of answer choices

it is big

it can set the world on fire

it is related to the fires of hell

Does for greater harm than can be imagined.

21/ A lie told to protect the young or old or vulnerable.

Group of answer choices

paternalistic lie

jocose lie

officious lies

minor lists

22/ A obvious lie told as a joke or in a game playing situation.

Group of answer choices

jocose lies

paternalistic lies

officious lies

minor lies

23/ All of the following are recognized justification for lying from the utilitarian perspective EXCEPT.

Group of answer choices

Lying to God

Lying to enemies

Lying to liars

lying to prevent a greater wrong

24/ All of the following are recognized justification for lying from the utilitarian perspective EXCEPT.

Group of answer choices

Lying to God

Lying to enemies

Lying to liars

lying to prevent a greater wrong

25/ Because of Jesus’ teaching in the New Testament some religious groups refuse to swear, instead they say:

Group of answer choices

I affirm

I pledge

I promise

I guess

26/ Question 26 3 pts

Proverbs 10.18 defines a ‘fool’ as someone who:

Group of answer choices

all of these define a fool

hides hatred

lying lips