RLGN 104 Test 6

RLGN 104 Test 6 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. According to Secularism, God did not make man in His image; man, made God, in his image.
  2. Who said, “I think therefore I am” which caused him to become a religious reformer.
  3. Although Secularists may believe that Jesus Christ existed, they say that He was only a good moral teacher.
  4. is the idea that self-interest or personal happiness should be the goal of all actions.
  5. Determinism ultimately leads to Nihilism.
  6. During the Age of Enlightenment people elevated the teachings of the Church as the ultimate test for truth since they were being enlightened by the Word of God.
  7. There are no logical responses to the Problem of Evil which causes most Secularists to reject Christianity.
  8. Nietzsche believed that though Christianity was false, it was an important religion that gave people hope and purpose for living.
  9. The invention of the Gutenberg printing press influenced both the Reformation and the Renaissance.
  10. is credited with starting Nihilism.
  11. Naturalism comes from the belief that if something cannot be proven empirically then it cannot be true.
  12. An “atheist” is one who says there is sufficient evidence to show that God does not exist.
  13. By definition, “__________________” is the blending of ideas and values from different or opposing worldviews.
  14. The beliefs of Secularism include:
  15. The fact that we see diversity between the morals of cultures is a clear indication that moral absolutes do not exist.
  16. Determinism asserts that the _________ cannot be altered.
  17. said that “Man is the measure of all things”?
  18. A person’s worldview should impact his/her approach to moral decision making.
  19. A Secularist believes in absolute truth.
  20. An “agnostic” is a person who does not believe there is enough evidence to know whether God exists. It is unknowable to that person.

Set 2

  1. Historically, the advantage of Utilitarianism is that it has always resulted in the avoidance of human rights injustices.
  2. Ethics has to do with what a person ought to do rather than what a person does.
  3. Pragmatism was the merging of …
  4. Although Secularists may believe that Jesus Christ existed, they say that He was only a good moral teacher.
  5. is the idea that self-interest or personal happiness should be the goal of all actions.
  6. Determinism ultimately leads to Nihilism.
  7. said that “Man is the measure of all things”?
  8. Which book of the Bible is often considered nihilist in nature?
  9. If a Secularist rejects the Bible, don’t encourage him/her to read the Bible until you give him/her a good apologetic response to their objections.
  10. Who said, “I think therefore I am” which caused him to become a religious reformer.
  11. Christianity is one of the only religions that strongly teaches moral relativism.
  12. Relativism is the belief that absolutes exist but only within one’s culture or social group.
  13. The fact that we see diversity between the morals of cultures is a clear indication that moral absolutes do not exist.
  14. During the Age of Enlightenment people elevated the teachings of the Church as the ultimate test for truth since they were being enlightened by the Word of God.
  15. According to Secularism, God did not make man in His image; man, made God, in his image.
  16. A person’s worldview should impact his/her approach to moral decision making.
  17. is credited with starting Nihilism.
  18. is the belief that nature is all that exists and that nothing supernatural exists.
  19. A person who determines morality based upon what man says or thinks is approaching morality
  20. Pragmatism is essentially the philosophy that “whatever works” in any given circumstance determine right choices.
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