PHIL 201 Quiz 6

PHIL 201 Quiz 6 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. Fideism comes from the Latin word fides, which translates to “blind leap” in English.
  2. According to the authors, this Enlightenment philosopher thought we could identify universal methods of thinking that could be applied to all people in all places.
  3. Which of the following is NOT a reason for viewing the relationship of faith and reason as a dialogue?
  4. Kierkegaard saw the quest for objectivity as:
  5. The authors push back on the “Warfare Thesis” with all of the points below EXCEPT?
  6. According to Fideism, “Truth” (at least the kind of truth that should concern us most) should be grasped through which of the following?
  7. Which figure is NOT listed as someone who holds to a “faith seeking understanding” view of faith and reason?
  8. The authors understand the concept of “faith” to be a kind of blind leap based on optimism and positive thinking.
  9. Dialogical views of faith and reason see the two as dialogue partners, primarily because both Scripture and creation are forms of revelation that originate from God.
  10. Which proponent of evidentialism said, “It is wrong always, everywhere, and for anyone, to believe anything upon insufficient evidence”?
  11. “Reason as Magistrate” gets its name because it was the view of the Magisterial Reformers of the Protestant Reformation.
  12. Which is one of the concerns about adopting pragmatism, given by the authors?
  13. The “Insufficient Evidence” objection by argues which of the following:
  14. The “Weak-Analogy” objection says that design arguments rest on a bad analogy because nature is not analogous to:
  15. Which NT text do the author’s NOT give as foundational for the basis of Natural Revelation and Natural Theology?
  16. The “Problem of Evil” objection by Hume, according to the authors, gives responding apologists what kind of opportunity:
  17. The authors note that since Hume is right – arguments from analogy never render complete certainty – they are unhelpful to apologists and should be avoided in favor of other arguments.
  18. The authors note that in John Calvin’s Institutes, Calvin says that all men innately have:
  19. A “theodicy” is:
  20. David Hume was a famous Enlightenment proponent of arguments for God’s existence from Natural theology.
  21. Citing Gillespie, the authors note that William Paley’s design argument was effectively defeated by which figure?
  22. Natural Revelation and Natural Theology refer to the same concept; one is the philosophical term and the other is theological, but they refer to the same thing.
  23. The authors note 3 distinct affirmations by Paul in Romans 1:18-21. Which is NOT one?
  24. Fine-tuning arguments claim that a super-intellect (God) is responsible for which realities?
  25. Which philosopher and theologian argued that reason and philosophy should be used as a subservient partners or servants to theology?

Set 2

  1. Which is one of the concerns about adopting pragmatism, given by the authors?
  2. Anselm is starting on neutral ground when he considers God’s existence.
  3. Which of the following is NOT a reason for viewing the relationship of faith and reason as a dialogue?
  4. Which church fathers are known for starting the debate over reason’s/philosophy’s role in faith and theology?
  5. The authors push back on the “Warfare Thesis” with all of the points below EXCEPT?
  6. The “Warfare Thesis” is so named because:
  7. Which figure is NOT listed as someone who holds to a “faith seeking understanding” view of faith and reason?
  8. Which proponent of evidentialism said, “It is wrong always, everywhere, and for anyone, to believe anything upon insufficient evidence”?
  9. Evidentialism is an example of an internalist approach to justification.
  10. The authors understand the concept of “faith” to be a kind of blind leap based on optimism and positive thinking.
  11. According to the authors, this Enlightenment philosopher thought we could identify universal methods of thinking that could be applied to all people in all places.
  12. Dialogical views of faith and reason see the two as dialogue partners, primarily because both Scripture and creation are forms of revelation that originate from God.
  13. A “theodicy” is:
  14. Natural theology continues to be of great importance in the area of religious epistemology.
  15. Natural revelation is sometimes also referred to as:
  16. In response to the “who designed God?” objection, which is not given as a possible explanation for the beginning of the universe?
  17. The “Weak-Analogy” objection says that design arguments rest on a bad analogy because nature is not analogous to:
  18. Historically, Christians have always accepted natural theology, while non-Christian scientists and philosophers have been the ones who criticize it.
  19. The authors note that in John Calvin’s Institutes, Calvin says that all men innately have:
  20. Citing Gillespie, the authors note that William Paley’s design argument was effectively defeated by which figure?
  21. Which NT text do the author’s NOT give as foundational for the basis of Natural Revelation and Natural Theology?
  22. The authors note that since Hume is right – arguments from analogy never render complete certainty – they are unhelpful to apologists and should be avoided in favor of other arguments.
  23. The authors quote Polkinghorne who argues that the Natural theology’s collapse was due to what kind of discovery?
  24. Hume’s “Insufficient Evidence” objection argues which of the following:
  25. Which medieval philosopher-theologian argued that reason and philosophy should be used as a subservient partners or servants to theology?

Set 3

  1. The “Warfare Thesis” is so named because:
  2. The view of faith and reason the authors call “Reason as Magistrate” is characteristic of what time period in western history?
  3. According to Fideism, “Truth” (at least the kind of truth that should concern us most) should be grasped through which of the following?
  4. “Reason as Magistrate” gets its name because it was the view of the Magisterial Reformers of the Protestant Reformation.
  5. Which proponent of evidentialism said, “It is wrong always, everywhere, and for anyone, to believe anything upon insufficient evidence”?
  6. Anselm is starting on neutral ground when he considers God’s existence.
  7. Which of the following is NOT a reason for viewing the relationship of faith and reason as a dialogue?
  8. Evidentialism is an example of an internalist approach to justification.
  9. Fideism comes from the Latin word fides, which translates to “blind leap” in English.
  10. Which church fathers are known for starting the debate over reason’s/philosophy’s role in faith and theology?
  11. The authors push back on the “Warfare Thesis” with all of the points below EXCEPT?
  12. Kierkegaard saw the quest for objectivity as:
  13. Fine-tuning arguments claim that a super-intellect (God) is responsible for which realities?
  14. Natural theology continues to be of great importance in the area of religious epistemology.
  15. David Hume was a famous Enlightenment proponent of arguments for God’s existence from Natural theology.
  16. Historically, Christians have always accepted natural theology, while non-Christian scientists and philosophers have been the ones who criticize it.
  17. A “theodicy” is:
  18. Fine-Tuning arguments contend that evolution must be false because the bible says God created the world in 6 days.
  19. Citing Gillespie, the authors note that William Paley’s design argument was effectively defeated by which figure?
  20. The “Problem of Evil” objection by Hume, according to the authors, gives responding apologists what kind of opportunity:
  21. The authors quote Polkinghorne who argues that the Natural theology’s collapse was due to what kind of discovery?
  22. The authors note that in John Calvin’s Institutes, Calvin says that all men innately have:
  23. The authors admit that the “Coherent Universe” objection is a strong defeater of design arguments about the order of the universe.
  24. Natural Revelation and Natural Theology refer to the same concept; one is the philosophical term and the other is theological, but they refer to the same thing.
  25. Which medieval philosopher-theologian argued that reason and philosophy should be used as a subservient partners or servants to theology?
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