The Gospel of Life is at the heart of Jesus’ message. He said, “I came that they might have life and have it more abundantly.” John 10:10. This quiz helps you examine how well you understand the Gospel of Life and its message of the Culture of Life. We recognize the Culture of Life through these signs and governing factors:a. Life is always a good; it is a drive toward fullness of life.b. Life is a gift from God; we are created in His image; the divine image is restored, renewed, and brought to perfection in all who commit themselves to Christ.c. Life exists with a sense of freedom that results in the desire for physical beauty and pleasure, materialism and a utilitarian ethic that avoids suffering and pain.d. Life is a responsibility and God demands an accounting from us, even as He did from Noah.e. a, b, and d.f. all of the aboveThe value and culture of human life is described and discussed in the Pope John Paul II's encyclical:a. Caritas in Vertateb. Evangelium Vitaec. Spe Salvid. Deus Caritas EstThe value of human life is discussed in the Holy Bible in:a. the New Testamentb. the Old Testamentc. only in the Gospelsd. both Old and New TestamentsAs Christians we practice the values of Life and Love in the family. We do this by:a. recognizing that the Christian family is the nursery and repository of life in society, it is where life is nourished and values are developed.b. teaching our family members the basic values of respect for others, of honesty and integrity, of the importance of living a life of faith in God.c. acknowledging the family unit as having a moral and civic responsibility to work in shaping a godly society.d. appreciating fertility as a gift from Him, and to respect the value of life from womb to tomb.e. all of the aboveA society lacks solid foundations when it allows or tolerates the devaluation and violation of human life despite its vigorous assertion of the value and dignity of the person, justice and peace. Only respect for life from conception to death can be the foundation and guarantee for a truly viable society. There can be no true democracy without recognition of every person's dignity and without respect for his or her rights. There can be no true peace unless life is defended and promoted.a. trueb. false 3 comments 0 FacebookTwitterPinterestEmail BCBP Editor previous post DONATIONS FOR VICTIMS OF RECENT FLOODS AND TYPHOONS IN LUZON WELCOME VIA THE BCBP CALAMITY FUND! next post GOD CREATES … MAN DESTROYS … Related Posts QUIZ: JESUS’ WAY OF THE CROSS March 16, 2017 QUIZ: The BCBP LOGO February 16, 2017 BCBP: DID YOU KNOW THAT ..? January 17, 2017 ADVENT AND CHRISTMAS SONGS YOU SHOULD KNOW December 2, 2016 BCBP SONGS YOU SHOULD KNOW August 5, 2016 QUIZ: GREAT BIBLE QUESTIONS July 15, 2016 3 comments reynaldo aranda October 4, 2012 - 6:40 pm The gospel of life is truly God’s gift to us. Reply Rosa U. Dealca June 17, 2012 - 6:37 pm Thank you very much for sharing your time, talent and effort to reach and help us to enrich our knowledge and thereby deepen our relationship with GOD. Reply Ned de Guzman March 22, 2012 - 9:09 am Truly the Gospel of Life is at the heart of Jesus’ message! Reply Leave a Comment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.