APOL 220 Quiz 7

APOL 220 Quiz 7 Liberty University Answers

Set 1

  1. Remember the importance of word and deed best fits in which category of defeater?
  2. Humanist philosopher Luc Ferry observes that despite the web of meaning the late modern creates for himself, he is still deeply frustrated because he can’t shake the feeling he is here for more than the acquisition of material possessions.
  3. The coming-of-age narrative goes with which defeater?
  4. According to the beliefs of expressive individualism, human flourishing occurs when we follow our heart.
  5. Buddhism is a prime example of this take in the experiential response to the problem of evil.
  6. Whenever someone suffers it is because they have committed a corresponding evil action. Which category does this statement fit in?
  7. The challenging part of discussing Christianity’s past abuses with slavery is that the Bible advocates a pro-slavery theology
  8. The logical problem of evil relates to how people understand and deal with bad things that happen in their own lives.
  9. Christians have long recognized that all sins have the same consequences.
  10. Just follow your heart, a result of expressive individualism, best fits in which category of defeater?
  11. The notion of eternal, other-centered love is part of the response to which defeater?
  12. Eyewitness testimony and careful research are mentioned in response to which defeater?
  13. The secular philosopher John Gray points out that it is not only religion that can go bad…any human activity has the potential for evil.
  14. Even though naturalistic scientific reasoning proceeds by assuming only natural causes, it can actually touch on the question of God.
  15. The scientific method cannot account for which of the following?

Set 2

  1. It is generally agreed upon that natural selection does actually work on whole populations.
  2. Rights have to be created as well as discovered.
  3. We are all being pursued by ________ because we must have an identity.
  4. According to Keller, people in our culture know unavoidably that there is a God, but they are repressing what they know.
  5. According to Plantinga, if evolutionary naturalism were true, we couldn’t trust the methods by which we arrived at it or any other scientific theory at all.
  6. Keller cites ____________ as saying that all of nature is based on violence.
  7. According to Keller, the Christian doctrine of sin can be a great source of
  8. According to Plantinga, there are only three proofs of God that will convince all rational persons.
  9. According to Habermas, the New Testament Reliability method is similar to a “top- down/umbrella” argument.
  10. The biggest value that __________ gives us an insider’s view of the other eyewitnesses who saw Jesus.
  11. The Fine-Tuning Argument is rationally unavoidable.
  12. According to Habermas, ____________ is the center of the Christian faith.
  13. According to Keller, sanctification is the despairing refusal to find your deepest identity in your relationship and service to God.
  14. A lot of people die for things today that they know are false.
  15. Everything we know in this world is

Set 3

  1. The more we love and identify deeply with our family, race, or religion, the easier it is to not feel superior to other races or religions.
  2. It is generally agreed upon that natural selection does actually work on whole populations.
  3. According to Keller, sanctification is the despairing refusal to find your deepest identity in your relationship and service to God.
  4. Everyone is building their ________ on something.
  5. The biggest value that __________ gives us an insider’s view of the other eyewitnesses who saw Jesus.
  6. According to Habermas, the New Testament Reliability method is similar to a “top- down/umbrella” argument.
  7. According to Keller, people in our culture know unavoidably that there is a God, but they are repressing what they know.
  8. According to Habermas, ____________ is the center of the Christian faith.
  9. According to Habermas, the factual side of the gospel is defined in the New Testament in two places: the writings of Peter and sermon summaries in the book of Acts.
  10. Rights have to be created as well as discovered.
  11. A lot of people die for things today that they know are false.
  12. Everything we know in this world is
  13. Keller uses Jekyll and Mr Hyde as an illustration for how science points to the truth of the gospel.
  14. According to Keller, the Christian doctrine of sin can be a great source of
  15. According to Plantinga, if evolutionary naturalism were true, we couldn’t trust the methods by which we arrived at it or any other scientific theory at all.
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