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Question 1

3 out of 3 points

_______ theology is where the theologian attempts to say what can be known about God or things divine, without committing to a specific religion.

Question 2

3 out of 3 points

What view holds that genuine religious knowledge must consist of truths that are known with absolute certainty?

Question 3

3 out of 3 points

Fideists argue that to think rightly about religious matters, one should put aside all religious commitments and be completely neutral.

Question 4

3 out of 3 points

“Having the ability to think is a gift from God and He intended us to use it when examining religious beliefs.” Which view does this statement refute?

Question 5

3 out of 3 points

Philosophy of religion is a critical reflection on ________ beliefs.

Question 6

3 out of 3 points

________ is the dominant view of God in three of the world’s great religions: Christianity,

Judaism, and Islam:

Question 7

3 out of 3 points

Dualists believe in one God.

Question 8

3 out of 3 points

It is a requirement of freedom that one possess alternate probabilities, meaning that in order to act freely, there must be more than one thing to do.

Question 9

3 out of 3 points

Open Theism claims that God is indeed omniscient, but lacks knowledge of future free choices in his creatures.

Question 10

3 out of 3 points

Sally believes that the truth about God cannot be known, so she cannot make a judgment on the issue. What position does Sally represent?

Question 11

3 out of 3 points

Aquinas taught that “beneficial order” is the kind of order in nature that brings about good results.

Question 12

3 out of 3 points

_________ arguments are also known as first-cause arguments because they attempt to infer that God must exist as the first cause of the universe.

Question 13

3 out of 3 points

What philosopher argued: God is, by definition, a being who does not merely happen to exist; if God exists at all, then his existence is necessary?

Question 14

3 out of 3 points

“The universe might always have existed” is an irrelevant objection to the Cosmological argument.

Question 15

3 out of 3 points

According to Evans, it is the popularity of evolutionary theory, more than anything else, that has eroded the credibility of the traditional teleological argument.

Question 16

3 out of 3 points

In the end, according to Craig, the dilemma for the atheist is:

Question 17

3 out of 3 points

The elements appealed to for design in the universe include which of the following?

Question 18

3 out of 3 points

“Nescience” refers to something that exhibits intelligence in design but is not intelligent itself.

Question 19

3 out of 3 points

The moral argument claims that if objective moral norms exist, then God must exist because objective morality entails a moral law maker.

Question 20

Needs Grading

To say that my case for God’s existence is ‘defeasible’ is to say:

 

Question 1

_______ theology is where the theologian attempts to say what can be known about God or things divine, without committing to a specific religion.

Question 2

What view holds that genuine religious knowledge must consist of truths that are known with absolute certainty?

Question 3

Since historians and sociologists sometimes study religious beliefs, they are also philosophers of religion.

Question 4

Weak foundationalism claims that some of our knowledge is fallible and subject to revision.

Question 5

The ________ claims that it is wrong to reason about religion, but one must just believe and have faith.

Question 6

Which view recognizes a plurality of gods, but restricts allegiance to one god?

Question 7

If theism is true, then Christianity must be true.

Question 8

________ is the dominant view of God in three of the world’s great religions: Christianity, Judaism, and Islam:

Question 9

Theists hold that God is __________, meaning he is present everywhere by virtue of his activity and knowledge.

Question 10

What is the term used to describe God’s awareness of future events, including the future choices that humans will make?

Question 11

This type of argument attempts to show that the very idea of God somehow implies that God actually exists.

Question 12

The ________ says that there are no real moral obligations. When a person says an act is wrong, he is expressing his individual feelings about the act.

Question 13

Nontemporal versions of the Cosmological argument contend that the universe had to have a beginning, with a cause being necessary to explain its existence in the first moment.

Question 14

Which argument is often referred to as the argument from design:

Question 15

According to Evans, it is the popularity of evolutionary theory, more than anything else, that has eroded the credibility of the traditional teleological argument.

Question 16

According to Craig, if there is not God, ultimate meaning is lost.

Question 17

The aim of a best explanations approach to the question of God’s existence is to prove for certain that God exists.

Question 18

According to the class presentation, one can successfully provide a single argument for God’s existence.

Question 19

The finetuning of the universe is evidence supporting the:

Question 20

To say that my case for God’s existence is ‘defeasible’ is to say:

 

Question 1

Philosophy of religion and natural theology are identical disciplines.

Question 2

If Miranda chooses to simply write off any criticisms of her religious views as simply being the product of coming from nonbelievers, she is acting like:

Question 3

According to Evans, the testing of religious beliefs is likely to be easier than the testing of scientific theories.

Question 4

In a critical dialogue about religious beliefs, Evans recommends beginning by asking the other person to accept your own religious presuppositions.

Question 5

What view holds that genuine religious knowledge must consist of truths that are known with absolute certainty?

Question 6

Dualists believe in one God.

Question 7

An argument is _____________ whenever the conclusion must be true if the premises are true.

Question 8

What is the term used to describe God’s awareness of future events, including the future choices that humans will make?

Question 9 If all the premises of a valid deductive argument are true, then the argument is:

Question 10

Some theists teach that God is _________, meaning that God is unchangeable.

Question 11

According to Evans, it is the popularity of evolutionary theory, more than anything else, that has eroded the credibility of the traditional teleological argument.

Question 12

Which statement is the final premise of the following teleological argument?

i. There exist in nature many examples of beneficial order.

ii. Beneficial order is best explained as the result of an intelligent designer.

Question 13

The ontological argument states that the natural world appears to exhibit a purposive design and infers its cause must therefore be an intelligent designer.

Question 14

According to Evans, a necessary being is the only kind of being whose existence requires no further explanation.

Question 15

Nontemporal versions of the Cosmological argument contend that the universe had to have a beginning, with a cause being necessary to explain its existence in the first moment.

Question 16

According to Craig, atheists like Camus and Russell are inconsistent to promote love and brotherhood.

Question 17

In the end, according to Craig, the dilemma for the atheist is:

Question 18

The Kalam version of the cosmological argument is a temporal form of the argument.

Question 19

A minimalistic concept of God argues for a merciful God.

Question 20

To say that my case for God’s existence is ‘defeasible’ is to say:

 

Question 1

Philosophy of religion attempts to answer such questions as, “Why does God allow suffering?”

Question 2

According to Evans, a person doesn’t need to be completely neutral about religion in order to objectively consider arguments for and against it.

Question 3

“Having the ability to think is a gift from God and He intended us to use it when examining religious beliefs.” Which view does this statement refute?

Question 4

According to Evans, the testing of religious beliefs is likely to be easier than the testing of scientific theories.

Question 5

According to strong or classical foundationalism, in order to know something, one must have a conclusive reason for thinking it is true.

Question 6

Which of the following are characteristics of the theistic conception of God?

Question 7

Which view recognizes a plurality of gods, but restricts allegiance to one god?

Question 8

An argument is _____________ whenever the conclusion must be true if the premises are true.

Question 9

Theism holds that God is a _________ being; his non-existence is not possible:

Question 10

Theological compatibilists hold that God knows the future because he wills it, including the free choices that each person will make.

Question 11

Which argument is often referred to as the argument from design:

Question 12

Which view interprets moral obligations in terms of social approval and disapproval?

Question 13

The atheist must argue more than the possibility that God does not exist in order to overcome the ontological argument.

Question 14

Since God is the greatest possible being, it is impossible for God to exist only in the understanding of the fool. Who argued this position:

Question 15

Aquinas taught that “beneficial order” is the kind of order in nature that brings about good results.

Question 16

According to Craig, if there is not God, ultimate meaning is lost.

Question 17

In the end, according to Craig, the dilemma for the atheist is:

Question 18

The fine-tuning of the universe is evidence supporting the:

Question 19

A minimalistic concept of God argues for a merciful God.

Question 20

To say that my case for God’s existence is ‘defeasible’ is to say:

Selected Answer: It is possible to be wrong.

 

Question 1 3 out of 3 points

If Miranda chooses to simply write off any criticisms of her religious views as simply being the product of coming from non‐believers, she is acting like:

Question 2 3 out of 3 points

 “Having the ability to think is a gift from God and He intended us to use it when examining religious beliefs.” Which view does this statement refute?

Question 3 3 out of 3 points

Fideists argue that to think rightly about religious matters, one should put aside all religious commitments and be completely neutral.

Question 4 3 out of 3 points

The weak foundationalist believes that basic knowledge must be absolutely certain.


Question 5 3 out of 3 points

Since historians and sociologists sometimes study religious beliefs, they are also philosophers of religion. Question 63 out of 3 points

An argument is _____________ whenever the conclusion must be true if the premises are true.

Question 7 3 out of 3 points

________ is the dominant view of God in three of the world’s great religions: Christianity, Judaism, and Islam:

Question 8 3 out of 3 points

Theological compatibilists hold that God knows the future because he wills it, including the free choices that each person will make.

Question 9 3 out of 3 points

Natural theologians attempt to see what can be known about God independently of any specific religious authority.

Question 10 3 out of 3 points

Which of the following are characteristics of the theistic conception of God?

Question 113 out of 3 points

What philosopher argued: God is, by definition, a being who does not merely happen to exist; if God exists at all, then his existence is necessary?

Question 12 3 out of 3 points

According to Evans, a necessary being is the only kind of being whose existence requires no further explanation.

Question 13

3 out of 3 points Which argument is often referred to as the argument from design:

Question 14 3 out of 3 points

Non‐temporal versions of the Cosmological argument contend that the universe had to have a beginning, with a cause being necessary to explain its existence in the first moment.

Question 15 3 out of 3 points

Which statement is the final premise of the following teleological argument?

i. There exist in nature many examples of beneficial order.


ii. Beneficial order is best explained as the result of an intelligent designer.

Question 16 3 out of 3 points

According to Craig, atheists often respond to the idea that without God life has no value by inconsistently finding value in the pursuits and activities of life.

Question 17 3 out of 3 points

The aim of a best explanations approach to the question of God’s existence is to prove for certain that God exists.

Question 18 3 out of 3 points

The moral argument claims that if objective moral norms exist, then God must exist because objective morality entails a moral law maker.

Question 19 3 out of 3 points

The fine‐tuning of the universe is evidence supporting the:

Question 20

Needs Grading To say that my case for God’s existence is ‘defeasible’ is to say:

 

·         Question 1

3 out of 3 points

Fideism claims that _______ is the precondition for any correct thinking about religion.

·         Question 2

3 out of 3 points

_______ theology is where the theologian attempts to say what can be known about God or things divine, without committing to a specific religion.

·         Question 3

3 out of 3 points

What view holds that genuine religious knowledge must consist of truths that are known with absolute certainty?

·         Question 4

3 out of 3 points

Weak foundationalism claims that some of our knowledge is fallible and subject to revision.

·         Question 5

3 out of 3 points

Philosophy of religion is a critical reflection on ________ beliefs.

·         Question 6

3 out of 3 points

Some theists teach that God is _________, meaning that God is unchangeable.

·         Question 7

3 out of 3 points

Which of the following are characteristics of the theistic conception of God?

·         Question 8

3 out of 3 points

Naturalism entails ________ because the naturalist does not believe in anything divine or supernatural beyond nature.

 

 

·         Question 9

Which solution to the divine foreknowledge versus human freedom problem claims that God possessed some knowledge prior to creation that he used to decide how to create the world?

·         Question 10

3 out of 3 points

An argument is _____________ whenever the conclusion must be true if the premises are true.

·         Question 11

3 out of 3 points

The atheist must argue more than the possibility that God does not exist in order to overcome the ontological argument.

·         Question 12

3 out of 3 points

Which view interprets moral obligations in terms of social approval and disapproval?

·         Question 13

3 out of 3 points

A divine command theory cannot account for individual obligations.

·         Question 14

3 out of 3 points

Since God is the greatest possible being, it is impossible for God to exist only in the understanding of the fool. Who argued this position:

·         Question 15

3 out of 3 points

_________ arguments are also known as first-cause arguments because they attempt to infer that God must exist as the first cause of the universe.

·         Question 16

3 out of 3 points

According to Craig, atheists like Camus and Russell are inconsistent to promote love and brotherhood.

·         Question 17

3 out of 3 points

The Kalam version of the cosmological argument is a temporal form of the argument.

·         Question 18

3 out of 3 points

The moral argument claims that if objective moral norms exist, then God must exist because objective morality entails a moral law maker.

·         Question 19

3 out of 3 points

“Nescience” refers to something that exhibits intelligence in design but is not intelligent itself.

 

Question 1 The ________ claims that it is wrong to reason about religion, but one must just believe and have faith.

Question 2 The weak foundationalist believes that basic knowledge must be absolutely certain.

Question 3 Philosophy of religion and natural theology are identical disciplines.

Question 4 According to Evans, philosophy of religion may be engaged in by thinkers who are not themselves religious at all.

Question 5 Theology is an activity carried on outside of a religious tradition.

Question 6 Open Theism claims that God is indeed omniscient, but lacks knowledge of future free choices in his creatures.

Question 7 ________ is the dominant view of God in three of the world’s great religions: Christianity, Judaism, and Islam:

Question 8 An argument is _____________ whenever the conclusion must be true if the premises are true.

Question 9 Theism holds that God is a _________ being; his non­existence is not possible:

Question 10 It is a requirement of freedom that one possess alternate probabilities, meaning that in order to act freely, there must be more than one thing to do.

Question 11 What philosopher argued: God is, by definition, a being who does not merely happen to exist; if God exists at all, then his existence is necessary?

Question 12 _________ arguments are also known as first­cause arguments because they attempt to infer that God must exist as the first cause of the universe.

Question 13 A divine command theory cannot account for individual obligations.

Question 14 Since God is the greatest possible being, it is impossible for God to exist only in the understanding of the fool. Who argued this position:

Question 15 Which argument is often referred to as the argument from design:

Question 16 “Nescience” refers to something that exhibits intelligence in design but is not intelligent itself.

Question 17 According to Craig, if there is not God, ultimate meaning is lost.

Question 18 According to Craig, atheists like Camus and Russell are inconsistent to promote love and brotherhood.

Question 19 In the end, according to Craig, the dilemma for the atheist is:

Question 20 To say that my case for God’s existence is ‘defeasible’ is to say:

 

Question 1 Weak foundationalism claims that some of our knowledge is fallible and subject to revision.

Question 2 _______ theology is where the theologian attempts to say what can be known about God or things divine, without committing to a specific religion.

Question 3 According to Evans, philosophy of religion may be engaged in by thinkers who are not themselves religious at all.

Question 4 If Miranda chooses to simply write off any criticisms of her religious views as simply being the product of coming from non­believers, she is acting like:

Question 5 Fideists argue that to think rightly about religious matters, one should put aside all religious commitments and be completely neutral.

Question 6 Dualists believe in one God.

Question 7 Theism holds that God is a _________ being; his non­existence is not possible:

Question 8 If theism is true, then Christianity must be true.

Question 9 Agnosticism actually denies the existence of God.

Question 10 What is the term used to describe God’s awareness of future events, including the future choices that humans will make?

Question 11 According to Evans, it is the popularity of evolutionary theory, more than anything else, that has eroded the credibility of the traditional teleological argument.

Question 12 Naturalism claims that one should be moral because it is one’s best interest to be moral.

Question 13 What philosopher argued: God is, by definition, a being who does not merely happen to exist; if God exists at all, then his existence is necessary?

Question 14 The atheist must argue more than the possibility that God does not exist in order to overcome the ontological argument.

Question 15 Which view interprets moral obligations in terms of social approval and disapproval?

Question 16 A minimalistic concept of God argues for a merciful God.

Question 17 According to Craig, if there is not God, ultimate meaning is lost.

Question 18 In the end, according to Craig, the dilemma for the atheist is:

Question 19 According to Craig, atheists often respond to the idea that without God life has no value by inconsistently finding value in the pursuits and activities of life.

Question 20 To say that my case for God’s existence is ‘defeasible’ is to say:

 

Question 1 Philosophy of religion attempts to answer such questions as, “Why does God allow suffering?”

Question 2 According to Evans, a person doesn’t need to be completely neutral about religion in order to objectively consider arguments for and against it.

Question 3 Weak foundationalism claims that some of our knowledge is fallible and subject to revision.

Question 4 If Miranda chooses to simply write off any criticisms of her religious views as simply being the product of coming from non­believers, she is acting like:

Question 5 According to Evans, the testing of religious beliefs is likely to be easier than the testing of scientific theories.

Question 6 Which solution to the divine foreknowledge versus human freedom problem claims that God possessed some knowledge prior to creation that he used to decide how to create the world?

Question 7 Agnosticism actually denies the existence of God.

Question 8 Theists hold that God is __________, meaning he is present everywhere by virtue of his activity and knowledge.

Question 9 Some theists teach that God is _________, meaning that God is unchangeable.

Question 10 Dualists believe in one God.

Question 11 This type of argument attempts to show that the very idea of God somehow implies that God actually exists.

Question 12 Which argument is often referred to as the argument from design:

Question 13 Many argue that the universe has been __________ because the odds that a single universe just happening to have a combination of certain values that makes life possible are infinitesimally small:

Question 14 According to Evans, a necessary being is the only kind of being whose existence requires no further explanation.

Question 15 The ________ says that there are no real moral obligations. When a person says an act is wrong, he is expressing his individual feelings about the act.

Question 16 The moral argument claims that if objective moral norms exist, then God must exist because objective morality entails a moral law maker.

Question 17 According to Craig, believing that objective meaning, value, and truth exist in a universe that ultimately is meaningless and without value is

Question 18 In the end, according to Craig, the dilemma for the atheist is:

Question 19 The fine­tuning of the universe is evidence supporting the:

Question 20 To say that my case for God’s existence is ‘defeasible’ is to say:

 

Question 1 If Miranda chooses to simply write off any criticisms of her religious views as simply being the product of coming from non­believers, she is acting like:

Question 2 According to strong or classical foundationalism, in order to know something, one must have a conclusive reason for thinking it is true.

Question 3 Fideism claims that _______ is the precondition for any correct thinking about religion.

Question 4 What view holds that genuine religious knowledge must consist of truths that are known with absolute certainty?

Question 5 _______ theology is where the theologian attempts to say what can be known about God or things divine, without committing to a specific religion.

Question 6 Naturalism entails ________ because the naturalist does not believe in anything divine or supernatural beyond nature.

Question 7 Dualists believe in one God.

Question 8 ________ is the dominant view of God in three of the world’s great religions: Christianity, Judaism, and Islam:

Question 9 If theism is true, then Christianity must be true.

Question 10 Which view recognizes a plurality of gods, but restricts allegiance to one god?

Question 11 Which argument is often referred to as the argument from design:

Question 12 The cosmological argument and the teleological argument complement each other and therefore could be viewed as part of a general case for the plausibility of theism.

Question 13 Non­temporal versions of the Cosmological argument contend that the universe had to have a beginning, with a cause being necessary to explain its existence in the first moment.

Question 14 Many argue that the universe has been __________ because the odds that a single universe just happening to have a combination of certain values that makes life possible are infinitesimally small:

Question 15 The ________ says that there are no real moral obligations. When a person says an act is wrong, he is expressing his individual feelings about the act.

Question 16 The fine­tuning of the universe is evidence supporting the:

Question 17 “Nescience” refers to something that exhibits intelligence in design but is not intelligent itself.

Question 18 A minimalistic concept of God argues for a merciful God.

Question 19 According to Craig, if there is not God, ultimate meaning is lost.

Question 20 To say that my case for God’s existence is ‘defeasible’ is to say:

 

 

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Liberty University PHIL 201 quiz 6 complete solutions correct answers A+ work More than 11 different versions Question 1 3 out of 3 points _______ theology is where the theologian attempts to say what can be known about God or things divine, without committing to a specific religion. Question 2 3 out of 3 points What view holds that genuine religious knowledge must consist of truths that are known with absolute certainty? Question 3 3 out of 3 points Fideists argue that to think rightly about religious matters, one should put aside all religious commitments and be completely neutral. Question 4 3 out of 3 points “Having the ability to think is a gift from God and He intended us to use it when examining religious beliefs.” Which view does this statement refute? Question 5 3 out of 3 points Philosophy of religion is a critical reflection on ________ beliefs. Question 6 3 out of 3 points ________ is the dominant view of God in three of the world’s great religions: Christianity, Judaism, and Islam: Question 7 3 out of 3 points Dualists believe in one God. Question 8 3 out of 3 points It is a requirement of freedom that one possess alternate probabilities, meaning that in order to act freely, there must be more than one thing to do. Question 9 3 out of 3 points Open Theism claims that God is indeed omniscient, but lacks knowledge of future free choices in his creatures. Question 10 3 out of 3 points Sally believes that the truth about God cannot be known, so she cannot make a judgment on the issue. What position does Sally represent? Question 11 3 out of 3 points Aquinas taught that “beneficial order” is the kind of order in nature that brings about good results. Question 12 3 out of 3 points _________ arguments are also known as first-cause arguments because they attempt to infer that God must exist as the first cause of the universe. Question 13 3 out of 3 points What philosopher argued: God is, by definition, a being who does not merely happen to exist; if God exists at all, then his existence is necessary? Question 14 3 out of 3 points “The universe might always have existed” is an irrelevant objection to the Cosmological argument. Question 15 3 out of 3 points According to Evans, it is the popularity of evolutionary theory, more than anything else, that has eroded the credibility of the traditional teleological argument. Question 16 3 out of 3 points In the end, according to Craig, the dilemma for the atheist is: Question 17 3 out of 3 points The elements appealed to for design in the universe include which of the following? Question 18 3 out of 3 points “Nescience” refers to something that exhibits intelligence in design but is not intelligent itself. Question 19 3 out of 3 points The moral argument claims that if objective moral norms exist, then God must exist because objective morality entails a moral law maker. Question 20 Needs Grading To say that my case for God’s existence is ‘defeasible’ is to say: Question 1 _______ theology is where the theologian attempts to say what can be known about God or things divine, without committing to a specific religion. Question 2 What view holds that genuine religious knowledge must consist of truths that are known with absolute certainty? Question 3 Since historians and sociologists sometimes study religious beliefs, they are also philosophers of religion. Question 4 Weak foundationalism claims that some of our knowledge is fallible and subject to revision. Question 5 The ________ claims that it is wrong to reason about religion, but one must just believe and have faith. Question 6 Which view recognizes a plurality of gods, but restricts allegiance to one god? Question 7 If theism is true, then Christianity must be true. Question 8 ________ is the dominant view of God in three of the world’s great religions: Christianity, Judaism, and Islam: Question 9 Theists hold that God is __________, meaning he is present everywhere by virtue of his activity and knowledge. Question 10 What is the term used to describe God’s awareness of future events, including the future choices that humans will make? Question 11 This type of argument attempts to show that the very idea of God somehow implies that God actually exists. Question 12 The ________ says that there are no real moral obligations. When a person says an act is wrong, he is expressing his individual feelings about the act. Question 13 Nontemporal versions of the Cosmological argument contend that the universe had to have a beginning, with a cause being necessary to explain its existence in the first moment. Question 14 Which argument is often referred to as the argument from design: Question 15 According to Evans, it is the popularity of evolutionary theory, more than anything else, that has eroded the credibility of the traditional teleological argument. Question 16 According to Craig, if there is not God, ultimate meaning is lost. Question 17 The aim of a best explanations approach to the question of God’s existence is to prove for certain that God exists. Question 18 According to the class presentation, one can successfully provide a single argument for God’s existence. Question 19 The finetuning of the universe is evidence supporting the: Question 20 To say that my case for God’s existence is ‘defeasible’ is to say: Question 1 Philosophy of religion and natural theology are identical disciplines. Question 2 If Miranda chooses to simply write off any criticisms of her religious views as simply being the product of coming from nonbelievers, she is acting like: Question 3 According to Evans, the testing of religious beliefs is likely to be easier than the testing of scientific theories. Question 4 In a critical dialogue about religious beliefs, Evans recommends beginning by asking the other person to accept your own religious presuppositions. Question 5 What view holds that genuine religious knowledge must consist of truths that are known with absolute certainty? Question 6 Dualists believe in one God. Question 7 An argument is _____________ whenever the conclusion must be true if the premises are true. Question 8 What is the term used to describe God’s awareness of future events, including the future choices that humans will make? Question 9 If all the premises o...
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