Morality Chapter 6

T/F Moral virtues become a part of our character when we practice them regularly
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T/F It is possible to be unreasonable and selfish regarding my private propertytrueT/F the 7th Commandment protects my right to be selfish with my private propertyfalseIn the moral principle, "The end does not justify the means", which word may be properly substituted for "means"?goalT/F If your goal is morally good and your intentions are morally good then you may use any means - moral or immoral - to achieve that goalFalseIs an action moral if the end is immoralnoIf the end is moral and the means are moral, is the action moralyesIf the end is moral and the means are immoral, is the action moralnoThe Rule of Double Effect applies to situations: a) where I must choose between two goods b) where a proposed action will result in a good effect and a bad effectBT/F In order to morally act, all 4 rules of Double Effect must be clearedTrueT/F The rules of Double Effect must be followed in orderFalseT/F "The good effect is not achieved by the bad effect" may correctly be reworded as "the bad effect may not be the cause of the good effect"TrueWhat is the Greek word for GodTheosWhat are the 3 theological virtuesFaith, hope, and loveWhat theological virtue perfects our intellectFaithWhat theological virtue gifts us with the ability to say "yes" to the truths God has revealed, not from evidence (prove it to me) but believed just because God has said sofaithT/F Voluntary doubt is sinfultrueT/F Having and asking questions about faith is not the same as voluntary doubt and is not sinfultruewhat theological virtue perfects our willhopeWhat theological virtue trusts that with God's help we will go to heaven?hopeWhat is the sin of presumptionan excessWhat is the sin of despaira defectWhat theological virtue is the "crown of all virtues" because it is an intimate participation in God's lifeloveWhat is graceGod's presence in our lifeComplete the Pauline quote, "In the end there are three things that last, _____________ , ____________, and ____________, and the greatest of these is ____________"Faith, hope, and love, and the greatest of these is loveWhat are the 4 cardinal moral virtuesPrudence, justice, fortitude, and temperanceWhy are they called cardinal virtuesAll other moral virtues hinge upon these four cardinal moral virtuesThe ability to figure out what is right (the good) in a situation and to act on it is which cardinal moral virtueprudenceThe ability to do what is right in the face of harm or threat of injury, whether psychological or physical is what cardinal moral virtuefortitudeThe striving to ensure the well-being of others as well as ourselves is what cardinal moral virtuejusticeThe balancing of all parts of one's self to create harmonious order is what cardinal moral virtuetemperanceCardo is Latin forhinge