APOL 220 Quiz 6

APOL 220 Quiz 6 Liberty University Answers

Set 1

  1. Regarding expressive individualism, the most important thing that you can do as an individual is throw off the shackles of exterior expectations and be “true to yourself.”
  2. Religious lethargy has explicitly led to religious skepticism.
  3. The reality of beauty in the world is an opportunity to counter which cultural challenge?
  4. Which cultural challenge turns inward and calls a person to be true to their self?
  5. A high view of human dignity is specifically an opportunity in which cultural challenge?
  6. The everyday stuff opportunity is part of which cultural challenge?
  7. According to the authors, self-authorizing morality holds personal happiness as the highest good.
  8. The opportunity death affords our apologetic discussion is part of which cultural challenge?
  9. The human heart is inevitably driven by something that it worships and desires above all else.
  10. The notion of justice and the desire to right the wrongs in society is an opportunity to counter which cultural challenge?
  11. Identity is an opportunity within which cultural challenge?
  12. The lyrics from “After the Storm” by Mumford and Sons reveals that despite the prevalence of religious lethargy in late modern culture, there is underlying fear of death that remains.
  13. The gospel is very exclusive toward people groups but not in its message.
  14. Human relationality and our common sense of community challenges the ethics of authenticity.
  15. Religious skepticism defeats itself when it grounds religious belief solely in cultural contexts.

Set 2

  1. speaks of the seriously flawed character of real Christians
  2. According to Habermas, what is the number of years between Alexander the Great’s death and documents written about him?
  3. According to Keller, people in other cultures around the world find the Christian teaching of “turning the other cheek” simply nonsensical.
  4. What is Qureshi’s one-word answer to people who ask him, “How can you believe the Old Testament is the word of God?”
  5. According to Keller in chapter seven, one of the great controversies in the earliest church was that
  6. When the idea of God is gone, a society will transcendentalize something else to appear morally and spiritually superior.
  7. According to Keller, the most common critiques of Christianity by secular people concerning the church’s oppression are actually coming from Christianity’s own resources for self-critique.
  8. The Bible rarely includes embarrassing details about the faith’s important leaders.
  9. According to Keller, “God’s wrath flows from his holiness and anger.”
  10. Two questions that Habermas asks relating to reliability are “Is what we have reliable?” and “What do we have?”
  11. A “Stepford God” is a God of your own making, and not a God with whom you can have a relationship and a genuine interaction.
  12. In any truly personal relationship, the other person has to be able to
  13. According to Keller, all loving persons are sometimes filled with wrath.
  14. Many people who take an intellectual stand against Christianity do so against a background of personal disappointment with Christians and churches
  15. According to Keller, slaves in the New Testament were distinguishable from other people in terms of race, speech, or clothing.

Set 3

  1. The other texts outside of the Bible that mention God creating the world out of love and delight are:
  2. According to Keller, “God’s wrath flows from his holiness and anger.”
  3. According to Keller, the gospels were written, at the very most, forty to sixty years after Jesus’ death.
  4. According to Keller, slaves in the New Testament were distinguishable from other people in terms of race, speech, or clothing.
  5. What is Qureshi’s one-word answer to people who ask him, “How can you believe the Old Testament is the word of God?”
  6. Two questions that Habermas asks relating to reliability are “Is what we have reliable?” and “What do we have?”
  7. A “Stepford God” is a God of your own making, and not a God with whom you can have a relationship and a genuine interaction.
  8. According to Keller in chapter seven, one of the great controversies in the earliest church was that
  9. When the idea of God is gone, a society will transcendentalize something else to appear morally and spiritually superior.
  10. According to Keller, the most common critiques of Christianity by secular people concerning the church’s oppression are actually coming from Christianity’s own resources for self-critique.
  11. Many people who take an intellectual stand against Christianity do so against a background of personal disappointment with Christians and churches.
  12. The Bible rarely includes embarrassing details about the faith’s important leaders.
  13. speaks of the seriously flawed character of real Christians.
  14. What version of the Old Testament did Habermas’ professor let him use that surprised him?
  15. According to Habermas, what is the number of years between Alexander the Great’s death and documents written about him?
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