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JURI 600 Quiz 2

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Driver Vickie Volunteer gives her friend, Ally Alabama a ride to the Tennessee v. Alabama football game. VV wants to get there on time, so she exceeds the speed limit the entire way. Just as she and AA are getting out of the car at the stadium, a bolt of lightning strikes AA. VV caused AA’s injuries.
According to Hebrew law, if a man digs a pit and an animal falls into the pit and dies, the digger must pay for the dead animal.
Ignorance of the law is never an excuse.
Boy flings lit cigarette into brush. A light breeze fans the flames toward the forest, and a large forest fire results. The boy caused the forest fire.
Citizens are not held responsible for violating ex post facto laws.
The strict liability standard requires proof that the allegedly offending party acted negligently.
The Bible recognizes the Necessity Defense for theft.
Which of the following is not true about the development of the fault standard?
According to Hebrew law, which of the following is true if a person allows one of his animals to eat the grain from another person’s field?
Which of the following versions of the Insanity Defense is most difficult for the Defendant to establish?
Which Insanity Test does the following statement reflect: “The rule . . . is simply that an accused is not criminally responsible if his unlawful act was the product of mental disease or defect.”
In Buck v. Bell, which of the following were goals of Virginia’s forced sterilization law?
Which of the following did not challenge the idea that man is a moral agent who should be held responsible for his actions?
Which of the following versions of the Insanity Defense comports most closely with the Biblical view on the nature of man?
If a doctor performs a vasectomy on a male patient, and the patient later impregnates his wife, what civil action might the patient file against the doctor?
Which of the following is not consistent with a secular worldview on fault?
Which of the following, according to Hebrew law, is true about the damage caused by a fire?
In Buck v. Bell, which constitutional rights did Carrie Buck contend were violated by Virginia’s forced sterilization law?
How did the Court in Commonwealth v. Mochan respond to the Defendant’s argument on appeal that he could not be convicted of harassing a woman by telephone when such an offense was not declared a crime in any state statute?
According to Hebrew law, which of the following is necessary to impose the death sentence upon an owner of an ox?
Which of the following is not consistent with God’s decision to punish Adam and Eve for eating the forbidden fruit in the garden of Eden?
What is the foundational presupposition of America’s tort system and criminal justice system?
What is the basis of the presumption that all citizens know the law?
How did the British court respond to the Defendants’ appeals of their murder convictions in the case of Regina v. Dudley?
From a Biblical perspective, which of the following best describes the defect in the concept of Strict Liability?
Which of the following is a true regulation in Hebrew property law?
Which of the following, according to Hebrew law, is true about the damage caused by a fire?
Which of the following is a true regulation in Hebrew property law?
In Buck v. Bell, what was the Supreme Court’s holding and rationale regarding Virginia’s forced sterilization law?
Is the Necessity Defense available in most jurisdictions in the United States?

JURI 600 Quiz 1

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In Pierce v. Society of Sisters, what did the Supreme Court hold regarding a state law requiring all children between the ages of 8 and 16 to attend public school?
Which of the following is not a basic Biblical assumption at Liberty University?
Identify which of the following ideas are not associated with the revolution of legal education started by Charles William Eliot and Christopher Columbus Langdell?
The following is an example of inductive reasoning: Murder is immoral. Scott murdered Bob. Scott acted immorally.
Before the revolution in law at Harvard, which basic assumption was not held by most American law schools?
Which of the following believed that God’s law was superior to man’s law?
The Bill of Rights (the first ten amendments in the U.S. Constitution) most clearly reflects which principle of the nature of man?
Which of the following were not results of Langdell’s revolution in the law?
What is the problem with using inductive reasoning exclusively to study the law?
The belief in evolution instead of creation and the belief in man instead of God has dominated the teaching of America law since when?
What standard does the Supreme Court use to determine whether the Eighth Amendment to the United States Constitution has been violated?
How did Christopher Columbus Langdell produce the revolution in teaching the law at Harvard?
Which of the following conclusions conflict with Clarence Darrow’s presupposition that man is not responsible for his criminal actions?
What principle(s) in the U.S. Constitution reflects the Biblical worldview that man is sinful?
Which of the following ideas is not in the Humanist Manifesto?
The Supreme Court held that capital punishment violated the Eighth Amendment and then, four years later, held that capital punishment did not violate the Eighth Amendment.

JURI 600 Quiz 3

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Which of the following Scriptural references/stories supports the idea of private property ownership?
Young Todd the fox lives in a burrow on Mrs. Tweed’s property. In an effort to keep Todd, she builds a fence around her land. But Todd escapes onto Slade’s property and is shot. Under the rule of Pierson v. Post, who owns Todd?
Why does God give property to mankind?
The Commonwealth of Virginia passes a law that abolishes all wills and declares the estate of a deceased person to be the property of the State. Which of the following would view this as a permissible government action?
What, according to William Blackstone, is the justification for personal property ownership?
According to John Locke, how does man make his original claim to un-owned property?
What, according to James Kent, is the justification for personal property ownership?
Which of the following is true about the property title God gave to mankind in the Dominion Mandate?
Which of the following was not a benefit of Israel’s system of tithes?
Young Todd the fox lives in a burrow on Mrs. Tweed’s property. In an effort to keep Todd, she builds a fence around her land. Amos Slade shoots Todd while he is on Mrs. Tweed’s property. Under the rule of Pierson v. Post, who owns Todd?
Which of the following was not a tax in Israel?
Young Todd the fox lives in a burrow on Mrs. Tweed’s property. Todd crosses over into Amos Slade’s property and he shoots and kills him. Under the rule of Pierson v. Post, does Mrs. Tweed have an action against Slade for taking her property?
What is the foundational principle of property law?
What, according to John Locke, is the justification for personal property ownership?
According to the Bible, how did mankind first obtain property?
According to the Bible, is private property ownership a civil right granted by the state or an unalienable right granted by God?
Which of the following believed that the foundation for property ownership is in the Bible?
Young Todd the fox lives in a burrow on Mrs. Tweed’s property. She feeds Todd and tames him so that he gets his food from her house and responds to her calls. Todd crosses over into Amos Slade’s property and is shot and killed. Under the rule of Pierson v. Post, does Mrs. Tweed have an action against Slade for taking her property?
Which of the following did God not do in the Dominion Mandate (Genesis 1:16-28)?
Which of the following believed that the right to transfer property is a natural right?
Which of the following modern taxes would most likely comport with the Bible?
Which of the following believed that God gave common ownership of property to all mankind?
According to William Blackstone and James Kent, how does man make his original claim to un-owned property?
According to the Bible, why would it be impermissible for the Commonwealth of Virginia to abolish all wills?

NBST 615 Exam 3

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Koestenberger claims that Jesus’ washing of the disciples’ feet should institute a sacrament of footwashing for the whole church to follow.
Jesus’ “hour” refers to His____________.
John’s primary emphasis is on the ontological unity of Jesus with the Father.
The anointing of Jesus in John 12 is a foreshadowing of Jesus’ imminent arrest, trial, condemnation, crucifixion, and burial.
Who objected to having his feet washed by Jesus?
According to Koestenberger, did Jesus come to bring judgement or not?
Which of the following terms best represents a proper translation of parakletos according to Koestenberger?
Just as Jesus is sent by the Father, so the Spirit is sent only by the Father.
The events surrounding the raising of Lazarus caused Jesus to withdraw from public view.
Where is the actual farewell discourse found in John according to Koestenberger?
What is not included in chapters 13-17?
John 10 provides a major transition from the healing of the blind man to the next event in John’s Gospels.
Name the two primary designations for the Spirit in John 14–16.
What do the healings of the blind man and the lame man have in common? (Check all that apply)
In the criticism of Jewish leadership in the Good Shepherd discourse, Jesus finds himself in agreement with the Qumran sectaries in at least one area.
John 13-17 presents a picture of Jesus preparing his disciples for their immediate future of his suffering.
Who issues the most complete christological confession in the entire Gospel?
The Synoptics present Jesus as a tragic victim in his crucifixion.
According to the Koestenberber, which prophets had something to say about “shepherds/shepherding”? (Check all that apply)
The blind man was thrown out of the synagogue.
Who are the “Greeks”?

Do you believe an individual should have the right to be forgotten

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Do you believe an individual should have the right to be forgotten, that is, to remove information about themselves from the Internet? If so, should this right be limited, and if so, how? How does public policy, with respect to individual privacy, differ in the the United States and Europe, and what explains these differences? In what ways has technology made it more difficult for individuals to protect their privacy? Do you think Google should be responsible for modifying its search results in response to individual requests? If so, what criteria should it use in doing so? Are there limits to the resources the company should be expected to expend to comply with such requests? If you were a Google executive, how would you balance the privacy rights of the individual with the public’s interest to know and the right to distribute information?

Chapter 8

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Do you believe that penetration pricing or skim pricing will be better at raising a company’s or a business unit’s operating profit in the long run? When should a corporation or business unit consider outsourcing a function or an activity? What is the relationship of policies to strategies?

Identify and explain what political issues the Apple company faces

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You are to identify and explain what political issues the Apple company faces and how they address and remediate these issues from their political basis

Administrative Detention in Armed Conflict

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To prepare for this Discussion: Review the article “Administrative Detention in Armed Conflict” and the online article “International Law and the Nation-State at the U.N.: A Guide for U.S. Policymakers.” Pay particular attention to examples in which international law regarding terrorism is ambiguous and consider the impact on U.S. terrorism policies and procedures. Select two specific examples in which international law regarding terrorism is ambiguous to use for this assignment. Think about how each of the examples you selected did or might influence U.S. policies and procedures regarding the detainment, designation, and/or treatment of terrorists. With these thoughts in mind: Post two examples in which international law regarding terrorism is ambiguous. Then explain the implications of each example on U.S. policies and procedures regarding the detainment, designation, and/or treatment of terrorists. Be specific. Be sure to support your postings and responses with specific references to the Learning Resources.

Industrial revolution in Great Britain.

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Create a PowerPoint presentation of at least 10 slides on the industrial revolution in Great Britain. There should be a balance of images and text on every slide except for the title slide, conclusion slide, and references slide(s). Your title slide should have the title of your presentation/topic and a related image that immediately connects your audience with what you will be discussing. You must include discreet in-slide citations for both the images and the text borrowed from your sources. Typically, they should be about one-third or half the size of your main text choice. These are the kind of citations found with magazine photographs. You will save time by finding a resource like ARTSTOR, which may have all the images you need and greatly reduce the number of citations you need to present in your slides. If you want to include an audio component, that is up to you. It is not required. Place all sources, for both images and text, on an APA-style references slide (or slides).

what were Stalin’s major crimes.

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According to Khrushchev’s address to the 20th Congress of the Communist Party in February 1956, what were Stalin’s major crimes? To what degree were these problems resolved under later Soviet leaders? How would Russia’s current leaders react to this speech? Follow these guidelines: Write an essay of 500 words (or more) responding to the prompt Use complete and accurate sentences

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