APOL 220 Quiz 3

APOL 220 Quiz 3 Liberty University Answers

Set 1

  1. Cornelius Van Til is the father of which apologetic model?
  2. Apologetics should be seen as a tool to clear debris from the path of unbelievers.
  3. Our deeds form part of the apologetic process and according to the chapter the corporate body of Christ should be distinguished by these things:
  4. Those who have been transformed by the Spirit of God are to display _________ and _________ in response to skeptical critics
  5. The authors suggest that the best apologetic methods are person-specific.
  6. The Evidential method of apologetics is known as the “two-step method.”
  7. This method emphasizes that true Christianity is not reducible to a proposition, rather it is a life and story to be lived out.
  8. One of the weaknesses of Experiential/Narratival apologetics is that it can minimize propositional truths and cognitive appeals.
  9. T. Wright’s book Simply Christian serves as an example of a soft version of which apologetic type?
  10. The theologian Kevin Vanhoozer stresses that good apologetics is more about which of the following?
  11. The gospel announces which of the following?
  12. The goal of Presuppositional apologetics is to explicitly undermine a non-Christian’s worldview
  13. According to the chapter, the Gospel is not the same thing as Apologetics
  14. Promoting the development of serious scientific and philosophical evidence for Christianity is the strength of which apologetic method?
  15. A proponent of hard classical apologetics would insist that a logical argument for theism must precede a historical argument for the resurrection of Jesus.

Set 2

  1. Sin effects our emotive structures and our cultural plausibility structures.
  2. Paul is concerned, not with what humans think of him, but what humans think about Christ.
  3. The analogy of a puzzle is given in your reading to help understand the appropriate response to mystery.
  4. And apologetic at the resurrection calls for us to sacrifice our own personal triumphalism.
  5. The two leftovers from modernism which are still being served are strong rationalism and
  6. Rules of the Gospel for Apologetics include all except
  7. Giving reasons for Christianity means that every question can be answered with certainty but that the answer won’t necessarily be satisfying to all.
  8. K. Chesterson has said, “____________ keeps man sane.”
  9. According to Njoroge, if there was no life after death, then God would have said, “I used to be the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob.”
  10. God has revealed himself exhaustively.
  11. An apologetic of ________ without the cross seeks honor, power, and personal satisfaction from an apologetic encounter.
  12. When objections arise against the Bible’s morality and ethics, Christians should ask themselves:
  13. Native rationality describes the universally shared internal mechanisms that work to produce our emotions.
  14. Strong rationalism says that a person should not accept anything unless it is empirically verified or demonstrated logically.
  15. According to Njoroge, ___________ is a characteristic of who God is

Set 3

  1. When objections arise against the Bible’s morality and ethics, Christians should ask themselves:
  2. Native rationality describes the universally shared internal mechanisms that work to produce our emotions.
  3. Rules of the Gospel for Apologetics include all except
  4. God has revealed himself exhaustively.
  5. Strong rationalism says that a person should not accept anything unless it is empirically verified or demonstrated logically.
  6. Paul is concerned, not with what humans think of him, but what humans think about Christ.
  7. According to Luther, in order to truly see God, we must meet him in what looks like foolishness to the world.
  8. Giving reasons for Christianity means that every question can be answered with certainty but that the answer won’t necessarily be satisfying to all.
  9. And apologetic at the resurrection calls for us to sacrifice our own personal triumphalism.
  10. Sin effects our emotive structures and our cultural plausibility structures.
  11. According to Njoroge, things like mathematics and logic are “off by themselves, floating.”
  12. According to Njoroge, if there was no life after death, then God would have said, “I used to be the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob.”
  13. Strong rationalism is unsatisfying because it is
  14. The two leftovers from modernism which are still being served are strong rationalism and
  15. According to Njoroge, ___________ is a characteristic of who God is
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