PHIL 201 Quiz 7

PHIL 201 Quiz 7 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. If successful, as a result of the Cosmological Argument, we learn there is a
  2. Which argument for God is Anselm of Canterbury most-known for?
  3. According to David Hume, God is best defined as “the greatest conceivable being.”
  4. David Hume thought the teleological argument was successful in showing that the Christian God exists.
  5. According to sociologists, we now live in:
  6. The “multiverse hypothesis” is a prominent objection to the moral argument.
  7. According to William Lane Craig, the expansion of the universe provides evidence for the eternality of the universe.
  8. The scientist Lawrence Krause has recently shown how a universe can in fact come into being out of literally nothing.
  9. The low entropy state of the initial universe is an example of fine-tuning.
  10. If successful, the Kalam Cosmological Argument rules out:
  11. Alvin Plantinga has developed a modalized version of the ontological argument that he thinks is at least as good as any argument in philosophy.
  12. Many people today think that Darwinism best explains the apparent design found in nature.
  13. According to the philosopher Stephen Evans, the evidence for God is:
  14. There is nothing God can’t do.
  15. The evidential problem of evil attempts to show which of the following?
  16. Which version of freedom does Plantinga’s Free-Will Defense utlize?
  17. As a response to the evidential problem of evil, if one argues “here is God’s reason for permitting evil,” they are providing:
  18. Sometimes “noseeum” inference are good inference, sometimes they are not.
  19. According to the evidential problem of evil, probably, pointless evil exists.
  20. Which of the following are reasons God might hide, even from believers for a time?
  21. The emotional problem of evil concerns how to comfort those who think belief in God is incoherent.
  22. It is logically possible for God to cause humans to freely act in certain ways.
  23. Given the doctrine of original goodness, it is plausible to think that there is no reasonable nonbelief.
  24. In response to the logical problem of evil, Alvin Plantinga famously has developed:
  25. The problem of divine hiding is only a problem for nonbelievers.

Set 2

  1. According to William Lane Craig, the expansion of the universe provides evidence for the eternality of the universe.
  2. According to the Kalam Cosmological Argument:
  3. Many people today think that Darwinism best explains the apparent design found in nature.
  4. If successful, the Kalam Cosmological Argument rules out:
  5. William Paley’s famous “Watch maker” argument is an example of which kind of argument for God?
  6. The “multiverse hypothesis” is a prominent objection to the moral argument.
  7. The low entropy state of the initial universe is an example of fine-tuning.
  8. Humans by nature worship that which is considered ultimate.
  9. David Hume thought the teleological argument was successful in showing that the Christian God exists.
  10. According to the argument from fine-tuning that is given in the textbook:
  11. According to David Hume, God is best defined as “the greatest conceivable being.”
  12. If successful, as a result of the Cosmological Argument, we learn there is a
  13. According to the philosopher Stephen Evans, the evidence for God is:
  14. The emotional problem of evil concerns how to comfort those who think belief in God is incoherent.
  15. There is only one version of the problem of evil.
  16. The logical problem of evil attempts to show which of the following?
  17. Which version of freedom does Plantinga’s Free-Will Defense utlize?
  18. God can do the logically impossible.
  19. As a response to the evidential problem of evil, if one argues “here is God’s reason for permitting evil,” they are providing:
  20. Skeptical Theism is the view that one is skeptical of God’s goodness as a reply to the evidential problem of evil.
  21. In response to the logical problem of evil, Alvin Plantinga famously has developed:
  22. Which of the following are reasons God might hide, even from believers for a time?
  23. God never hides.
  24. Given the doctrine of original goodness, it is plausible to think that there is no reasonable nonbelief.
  25. It is logically possible for God to cause humans to freely act in certain ways.

Set 3

  1. Which argument for God is Anselm of Canterbury most-known for?
  2. David Hume thought the teleological argument was successful in showing that the Christian God exists.
  3. The Cosmological Arguments for God begin by considering which phenomenon?
  4. According to William Lane Craig, the expansion of the universe provides evidence for the eternality of the universe.
  5. The scientist Lawrence Krause has recently shown how a universe can in fact come into being out of literally nothing.
  6. If successful, as a result of the teleological argument we learn that there is a:
  7. According to David Hume, God is best defined as “the greatest conceivable being.”
  8. According to the argument from fine-tuning that is given in the textbook:
  9. Many people today think that Darwinism best explains the apparent design found in nature.
  10. The “multiverse hypothesis” is a prominent objection to the moral argument.
  11. Humans by nature worship that which is considered ultimate.
  12. If successful, as a result of the Moral Argument, we learn there is a:
  13. According to the philosopher Stephen Evans, the evidence for God is:
  14. Sometimes “noseeum” inference are good inference, sometimes they are not.
  15. According to Richard Gale, evil is an “ought not to be, an Oh No!”
  16. It is logically possible for God to cause humans to freely act in certain ways.
  17. Which of the following are reasons God might hide, even from believers for a time?
  18. According to the evidential problem of evil, probably, pointless evil exists.
  19. God never hides.
  20. As a response to the evidential problem of evil, if one argues “here is God’s reason for permitting evil,” they are providing:
  21. Which of the following thinkers famously advanced the “soul-making” theodicy:
  22. The problem of divine hiding is only a problem for nonbelievers.
  23. The emotional problem of evil concerns how to comfort those who think belief in God is incoherent.
  24. There is nothing God can’t do.
  25. Which version of freedom does Plantinga’s Free-Will Defense utlize?
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