RLGN 104 Test 5

RLGN 104 Test 5 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. “Strong Agnosticism” is the form of Atheism that believes nothing about God is knowable.
  2. Powell argued that all people, even self-professed relativists, believe in objective morality.
  3. In 610 A.D., Muhammad claimed to have received his first revelation from Jesus Christ.
  4. According to Powell, the reality of a personal, authoritative lawgiver (God) as the source of morality is reasonably indicated through
  5. According to Pantheism, God does not change.
  6. According to Powell, the best way to describe where God’s moral laws come from is:
  7. Nirvana, in Buddhism, is essentially the same as the Christian belief in heaven.
  8. Islam was founded by:
  9. A summary of the Islamic system of conversion is found in:
  10. Cultural relativism is best understood as
  11. Powell argued that the way to determine which of the three monotheistic faiths (Judaism, Christianity, or Islam) is the right one would be to:
  12. Muslims believe that the Bible was corrupted by Jews and Christians
  13. The earliest of the Hindu scriptures are:
  14. In Hinduism, Brahman is an impersonal, monistic (“all is one”) force.
  15. The term “Islam” means:
  16. Hinduism is a very diverse religion with some unifying beliefs but no specific creed.
  17. The two major sects of Islam are the Sunni and the
  18. The doctrine of the “Trinity” is a doctrine shared by both Islam and Christianity.
  19. Christians do not have to consider cultural barriers when presenting the gospel to a Hindu.
  20. Buddha claimed to have a special relationship with God.

Set 2

  1. A good approach when witnessing to a Muslim is to look at the number of times Jesus predicted his own death because Muslims do not believe that Jesus actually died on the cross.
  2. Most religions are exclusive. They believe their way is the only way to truth.
  3. Humans create truth through trial and error.
  4. Buddhism started in:
  5. Powell specifically argues that humans come to know objective morality through reason only.
  6. Islam was founded by:
  7. The Hindu concept of Karma and the Christian concept of sin are identical.
  8. The doctrine of the “Trinity” is a doctrine shared by both Islam and Christianity.
  9. Which of the following is NOT held by deists?
  10. Powell argued that all people, even self-professed relativists, believe in objective morality.
  11. Buddhism teaches that suffering is an illusion.
  12. Atheism is ultimately self-refuting because:
  13. Hinduism is a very diverse religion with some unifying beliefs but no specific creed.
  14. Hindus use the term Maya to communicate the idea that everything is an illusion. A Hindu must realize that everything is Maya or they will never be able to reach Nirvana.
  15. Siddhartha Gautama was born into:
  16. In Hinduism, Brahman is an impersonal, monistic (“all is one”) force.
  17. Cultural relativism is best understood as
  18. A person who holds to finite godism would argue that God does not like evil, but is powerless to stop it.
  19. From a Biblical Worldview perspective, all truth is God’s truth.
  20. Christians do not have to consider cultural barriers when presenting the gospel to a Hindu.
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