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Question 1

Through the discipline of textual criticism scholars have been able to recover, with certainty, what % of the reading of the original New Testament manuscripts?

Question 2

The following cannot be said of the Bible.

Question 3

William Ramsay, who was a skeptic about the historical accuracy of the Bible, changed his mind after researching one of the gospel writer’s detail to titles of historical figures. The writer was:

Question 4

Jesus Christ paid the price for the sins of the world. This is known as:

Question 5

A worldview is the total framework humans bring to decisionmaking.

Question 6

_________ means that the Bible was written without error and has authority over human reasoning.

Question 7

Pantheism views god as an infinite, impersonal force.

Question 8

The worldview “Question of Origin” deals with

Question 9

In reference to nonessential doctrines, people must learn to _______ what the Bible says about a particular issue.

Question 10

A biblical worldview is rooted in ________.

Question 11

The message of the Bible is unique because

Question 12

God created humans because He was lonely and needed the fellowship of His creation.

Question 13

The question of what was and was not Scripture (in terms of the NT) really began “in earnest”:

Question 14

According to Geisler, the central theme of the Bible is:

Question 15

A salvation term which means to be “set apart” from this world and unto God.

Question 16

God’s revealing Himself through nature is known as:

Question 17

Karma is the basic idea that “what goes around comes around.”

Question 18

What is a “good argument,” according to Powell, that all four Gospels were written prior to 70 A.D.? :

Question 19

Your worldview will be foundational in how you answer the “Question of Morality”.

Question 20

Naturalism does not have a basis for answering the questions of meaning or purpose.

 

Question 1

What was NOT a significant discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls?

Question 2

The Buddha rejected the Caste system of Hinduism and declared that everyone had an equal opportunity to reach Nirvana.

Question 3

Biblical authors were under the direction of the Holy Spirit when they wrote scripture.

Question 4

The Bible is historically accurate, but not scientifically accurate.

Question 5

Pantheism views god as an infinite, impersonal force.

Question 6

1 Corinthians 15:38 is especially important because:

Question 7

All Old Testament scriptures are said to be “God breathed” according to II Timothy 3:16.

Question 8

A biblical worldview is rooted in ________.

Question 9

Salvation is the restoration of the whole of God’s good creation.

Question 10

Through the discipline of textual criticism scholars have been able to recover, with certainty, what

% of the reading of the original New Testament manuscripts?

Question 11

The following can impact a person’s worldview.

Question 12

What is the problem with arguing that the Bible is God’s inspired word on the basis that it claims to be the inspired word of God?

Question 13

What is a “good argument,” according to Powell, that all four Gospels were written prior to 70 A.D.? :

Question 14

According to the textbook, which of the following is not one of the essential doctrines of the Christian worldview?

Question 15

The Bible was written over a period of 1500 years.

Question 16

A belief that Scripture is God’s inspired and perfect revelation is important, but not necessary.

Question 17

The three most prominent or primary worldviews in our world today are Naturalism, Pantheism, and Theism.

Question 18

Peter Singer in his book, Practical Ethics, suggested that human babies were born in the image of God with great value since their human bodies were so complex.

Question 19

Sin is real, but does not cause a broken fellowship with God or explain the necessity of Christ.

Question 20

Christians always agree on which doctrinal issues are essential and which issues are not.

 

Question 1 A worldview is the total framework humans bring to decision­making.

Question 2 The three most prominent or primary worldviews in our world today are Naturalism, Pantheism, and Theism.

Question 3 Which of the following piece(s) of evidence is/are a “main anchor” used in dating Paul’s letters from events recorded in Acts 18:12­17?

Question 4 Christians are to use the Bible as their filter or framework for their worldview.

Question 5 Justification means to “declare righteous or holy”.

Question 6 A person can believe in evolution and still believe in the trustworthiness of scripture.

Question 7 Naturalism does not have a basis for answering the questions of meaning or purpose.

Question 8 The question of what was and was not Scripture (in terms of the NT) really began “in earnest”:

Question 9 All Old Testament scriptures are said to be “God breathed” according to II Timothy 3:16.

Question 10 Your worldview will be foundational in how you answer the “Question of Morality”.

Question 11 Salvation is the restoration of the whole of God’s good creation.

Question 12 The worldview “Question of Origin” deals with

Question 13 The search for truth is known as the science of:

Question 14 When the Old Testament manuscripts were found in the Qumran Caves major differences were found between these documents and the current Old Testament scriptures.

Question 15 Peter Singer in his book, Practical Ethics, suggested that human babies were born in the image of God with great value since their human bodies were so complex.

Question 16 Biblical authors were under the direction of the Holy Spirit when they wrote scripture.

Question 17 The “Golden Rule” taught by various religious groups over hundreds of years provides evidence that God created man in His Image.

Question 18 The following cannot be said of the Bible.

Question 19 A problem for conservative scholars who claim the Bible is the Word of God is that Jesus never said any part of Bible was the Word of God.

Question 20 What is the problem with arguing that the Bible is God’s inspired word on the basis that it claims to be the inspired word of God?

 

Question 1

3 out of 3 points

The Bible was written over a period of 1500 years.

Question 2

3 out of 3 points

The following cannot be said of the Bible.

Question 3

What was NOT a significant discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls?

Question 4

3 out of 3 points

According to Geisler, the central theme of the Bible is:

Question 5

3 out of 3 points

According to a Biblical Worldview only Christians are created in the image of God.

Question 6

3 out of 3 points

The New Testament is assumed to be inspired by the Holy Spirit but no specific scripture indicates that the Holy Spirit was continuing to inspire new scripture.

Question 7

3 out of 3 points

When the Old Testament manuscripts were found in the Qumran Caves major differences were found between these documents and the current Old Testament scriptures.

Question 8

3 out of 3 points

Naturalism does not have a basis for answering the questions of meaning or purpose.

Question 9

3 out of 3 points

Islam, Judaism and Christianity are examples of Theistic worldviews.

Question 10

3 out of 3 points

God’s revealing Himself through nature is known as:

Question 11

3 out of 3 points

Jesus Christ paid the price for the sins of the world. This is known as:

Question 12

0 out of 3 points

What is the problem with arguing that the Bible is God’s inspired word on the basis that it claims to be the inspired word of God?

Question 13

3 out of 3 points

A person can believe in evolution and still believe in the trustworthiness of scripture.

Question 14

3 out of 3 points

Pantheism views god as an infinite, impersonal force.

Question 15

3 out of 3 points

The search for truth is known as the science of:

Question 16

3 out of 3 points

William Ramsay, who was a skeptic about the historical accuracy of the Bible, changed his mind after researching one of the gospel writer’s detail to titles of historical figures. The writer was:

Question 17

3 out of 3 points

The “Golden Rule” taught by various religious groups over hundreds of years provides evidence that God created man in His Image.

Question 18

3 out of 3 points

Everybody has a worldview.

Question 19

3 out of 3 points

A problem for conservative scholars who claim the Bible is the Word of God is that Jesus never said any part of Bible was the Word of God.

Question 20

3 out of 3 points

Justification means to “declare righteous or holy”.

 

Question 1

3 out of 3 points

A worldview is the total framework humans bring to decision-making.

· Question 2

3 out of 3 points

The Second Law of Thermodynamics gives evidence that the universe has not always existed.

· Question 3

3 out of 3 points

Evolution ultimately is based upon faith.

· Question 4

3 out of 3 points

An “atheist” is one who says there is sufficient evidence to show that God does not exist.

· Question 5

3 out of 3 points

Salvation is the restoration of the whole of God’s good creation.

· Question 6

3 out of 3 points

An “agnostic” is a person who believes that God exists but does not think there is enough evidence to prove He exists.

· Question 7

3 out of 3 points

A salvation term which means to be “set apart” from this world and unto God.

Answer

Question 8

3 out of 3 points

Karma is the basic idea that “what goes around comes around.”

· Question 9

3 out of 3 points

A Secularist believes in absolute truth.

· Question 10

3 out of 3 points

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.

· Question 11

3 out of 3 points

There are no logical responses to the Problem of Evil which causes most Secularists to reject Christianity.

· Question 12

3 out of 3 points

Peter Singer in his book, Practical Ethics, suggested that human babies were born in the image of God with great value since their human bodies were so complex.

· Question 13

3 out of 3 points

Holding a proper worldview demands a standard for measuring which of the following:

· Question 14

3 out of 3 points

According to Secularism, God did not make man in His image; instead, man made God in his image.

· Question 15

3 out of 3 points

Naturalism does not have a basis for answering the questions of meaning or purpose.

· Question 16

3 out of 3 points

The invention of the Gutenberg printing press influenced both the Reformation and the Renaissance.

Question 17

3 out of 3 points

Who said, “I think therefore I am” which caused him to become a religious reformer.

· Question 18

3 out of 3 points

Morality in Naturalism most often falls into the category of absolutism or the belief in absolute truth.

· Question 19

3 out of 3 points

A person can believe in macroevolution and still believe in the trustworthiness of scripture.

· Question 20

3 out of 3 points

Eastern World religions have a Theistic view of God.

 

Question 1

An example of Special Revelation is the creation that humans can see around them.

Question 2

Everybody has a worldview.

Question 3

William Ramsay, who was a skeptic about the historical accuracy of the Bible, changed his mind after researching one of the gospel writer’s detail to titles of historical figures. The writer was:

Question 4

According to Powell, what should be considered some of the best evidence that the Bible is the inspired word of God?

Question 5

Holding a proper worldview demands a standard for measuring which of the following:

Question 6

According to Geisler, the central theme of the Bible is:

Question 7

Jesus Christ paid the price for the sins of the world. This is known as:

Question 8

Pantheism views god as an infinite, impersonal force.

Question 9

What is a worldview?

Question 10

Leaving the ground unplowed and unused every seventh year is one example of how the Bible included scientific knowledge before it was known and taught by scientists.

Question 11

According to a Biblical Worldview only Christians are created in the image of God.

Question 12

The New Testament is assumed to be inspired by the Holy Spirit but no specific scripture indicates that the Holy Spirit was continuing to inspire new scripture.

Question 13

According to the science of epistemology truth must be measurable and defendable.

Question 14

The “Golden Rule” taught by various religious groups over hundreds of years provides evidence that God created man in His Image.

Question 15

The following cannot be said of the Bible.

Question 16

God’s revealing Himself through nature is known as:

Question 17

The worldview “Question of Origin” deals with

Question 18

A salvation term which means to be “set apart” from this world and unto God.

Question 19

The question of what was and was not Scripture (in terms of the NT) really began “in earnest”:

Question 20

Karma is the basic idea that “what goes around comes around.”

 

Karma is the basic idea that “what goes around comes around.”

What is a worldview

The search for truth is known as the science of

A person can believe in macroevolution and still believe in the trustworthiness of scripture

Who said, “I think therefore I am” which caused him to become a religious reformer

Holding a proper worldview demands a standard for measuring which of the following

Atheism and Agnosticism are examples of

Evolution ultimately is based upon faith

Everybody has a worldview

Peter Singer in his book, Practical Ethics, suggested that human babies were born in the image of God with great value since their human bodies were so complex

The “Golden Rule” taught by various religious groups over hundreds of years provides evidence that God created man in His Image

A person’s emotions and feelings are a valid standard for developing one’s worldview

A worldview is the total framework humans bring to decision-making

The worldview “Question of Origin” deals with

Global apologetics is a method of approaching world religions and presenting a Christian apologetic so it is understandable in their context

Christians are to use the Bible as their filter or framework for their worldview

There are no logical responses to the Problem of Evil which causes most Secularists to reject Christianity

Islam, Judaism and Christianity are examples of Theistic worldviews

According to the science of epistemology truth must be measurable and defendable

The Buddha rejected the Caste system of Hinduism and declared that everyone had an equal opportunity to reach Nirvana

 

What was NOT a significant discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls

Which of the following piece(s) of evidence is/are a “main anchor” used in dating Paul’s letters from events recorded in Acts 18:12-17?

Global apologetics is a method of approaching world religions and presenting a Christian apologetic so it is understandable in their context

Eastern World religions include a belief that humans can achieve God-like status

God created humans because He was lonely and needed the fellowship of His creation

The search for truth is known as the science of

1 Corinthians 15:3-8 is especially important because

Naturalism does not have a basis for answering the questions of meaning or purpose

God’s revealing Himself through nature is known as

Pantheism views god as an infinite, impersonal force

Biblical authors were under the direction of the Holy Spirit when they wrote scripture

The following can impact a person’s worldview

The Bible was written over a period of 1500 years

Christians are to use the Bible as their filter or framework for their worldview

According to the science of epistemology truth must be measurable and defendable

Leaving the ground unplowed and unused every seventh year is one example of how the Bible included scientific knowledge before it was known and taught by scientists

Holding a proper worldview demands a standard for measuring which of the following

According to Powell, what should be considered some of the best evidence that the Bible is the inspired word of God

There are no external evidences for the truthfulness of the Bible

A worldview is the total framework humans bring to decision-making

 

Question 1

Karma is the basic idea that “what goes around comes around.”

Question 2

The three most prominent or primary worldviews in our world today are Naturalism, Pantheism, and Theism.

Question 3

The Bible was written over a period of 1500 years.

Question 4

Naturalism does not have a basis for answering the questions of meaning or purpose.

Question 5

According to Geisler, the central theme of the Bible is:

Question 6

What is a worldview?

Question 7

Holding a proper worldview demands a standard for measuring which of the following:

Question 8

According to the science of epistemology truth must be measurable and defendable.

Question 9

A worldview is the total framework humans bring to decision-making.

Question 10

The following can impact a person’s worldview.

Question 11

According to a Biblical Worldview only Christians are created in the image of God.

Question 12

What is the most important reason that Christians should be concerned with the Old Testament?

Question 13

According to Powell, what should be considered some of the best evidence that the Bible is the inspired word of God?

Question 14

Jesus Christ paid the price for the sins of the world. This is known as:

Question 15

What was NOT a significant discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls?

Question 16

1 Corinthians 15:3-8 is especially important because:

Question 17

What materials are specifically used in the discipline of New Testament textual criticism?

Question 18

The worldview “Question of Origin” deals with

Question 19

God’s revealing Himself through nature is known as:

Question 20

Pantheism views god as an infinite, impersonal force.

 

A person can believe in macroevolution and still believe in the trustworthiness of scripture

There are no logical responses to the Problem of Evil which causes most Secularists to reject Christianity

The three most prominent or primary worldviews in our world today are Naturalism, Pantheism, and Theism.

The classic apologetic approach of the 70’s and 80’s tended to limit evangelical attention to Western and new religions.

An example of Special Revelation is the creation that humans can see around them

Eastern World religions have a Theistic view of God.

The “Golden Rule” taught by various religious groups over hundreds of years provides evidence that God created man in His Image

Your worldview will be foundational in how you answer the “Question of Morality”

An “atheist” is one who says there is sufficient evidence to show that God does not exist.

A salvation term which means to be “set apart” from this world and unto God.

Global apologetics attempts to understand the beliefs of the listener, thus anticipating the assumptions they may have concerning Jesus Christ.

The Buddha rejected the Caste system of Hinduism and declared that everyone had an equal opportunity to reach Nirvana.

The beliefs of Secularism include:

Jesus Christ paid the price for the sins of the world. This is known as:

God created humans because He was lonely and needed the fellowship of His creation

The following can impact a person’s worldview

A worldview is the total framework humans bring to decision-making.

Peter Singer in his book, Practical Ethics, suggested that human babies were born in the image of God with great value since their human bodies were so complex.

Western or New World religions are those that typically teach reincarnation.

According to Secularism, God did not make man in His image; instead, man made God in his image

 

The invention of the Gutenberg printing press influenced both the Reformation and the Renaissance.

The search for truth is known as the science of:

Holding a proper worldview demands a standard for measuring which of the following:

Naturalism does not have a basis for answering the questions of meaning or purpose.

Christians are to use the Bible as their filter or framework for their worldview.

Although a Secularist may believe that Jesus Christ existed He was only a good moral teacher.

Karma is the basic idea that “what goes around comes around.”

Atheism and Agnosticism are examples of:

Justification means to “declare righteous or holy”.

What is a worldview

There are no external evidences for the truthfulness of the Bible.

 

A person’s emotions and feelings are a valid standard for developing one’s worldview

Eastern World religions include a belief that humans can achieve God-like status. Selected

A Secularist believes in absolute truth.

Islam, Judaism and Christianity are examples of Theistic worldviews.

Morality in Naturalism most often falls into the category of absolutism or the belief in absolute truth.

Global apologetics is a method of approaching world religions and presenting a Christian apologetic so it is understandable in their context.

Salvation is the restoration of the whole of God's good creation.

God revealing himself through nature is known as

The Second Law of Thermodynamics gives evidence that the universe has not always existed.

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Liberty University APOL 104 test 3 complete solutions correct answers A+ work More than 9 different versions Question 1 Through the discipline of textual criticism scholars have been able to recover, with certainty, what % of the reading of the original New Testament manuscripts? Question 2 The following cannot be said of the Bible. Question 3 William Ramsay, who was a skeptic about the historical accuracy of the Bible, changed his mind after researching one of the gospel writer’s detail to titles of historical figures. The writer was: Question 4 Jesus Christ paid the price for the sins of the world. This is known as: Question 5 A worldview is the total framework humans bring to decisionmaking. Question 6 _________ means that the Bible was written without error and has authority over human reasoning. Question 7 Pantheism views god as an infinite, impersonal force. Question 8 The worldview “Question of Origin” deals with Question 9 In reference to nonessential doctrines, people must learn to _______ what the Bible says about a particular issue. Question 10 A biblical worldview is rooted in ________. Question 11 The message of the Bible is unique because Question 12 God created humans because He was lonely and needed the fellowship of His creation. Question 13 The question of what was and was not Scripture (in terms of the NT) really began “in earnest”: Question 14 According to Geisler, the central theme of the Bible is: Question 15 A salvation term which means to be “set apart” from this world and unto God. Question 16 God’s revealing Himself through nature is known as: Question 17 Karma is the basic idea that “what goes around comes around.” Question 18 What is a “good argument,” according to Powell, that all four Gospels were written prior to 70 A.D.? : Question 19 Your worldview will be foundational in how you answer the “Question of Morality”. Question 20 Naturalism does not have a basis for answering the questions of meaning or purpose. Question 1 What was NOT a significant discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls? Question 2 The Buddha rejected the Caste system of Hinduism and declared that everyone had an equal opportunity to reach Nirvana. Question 3 Biblical authors were under the direction of the Holy Spirit when they wrote scripture. Question 4 The Bible is historically accurate, but not scientifically accurate. Question 5 Pantheism views god as an infinite, impersonal force. Question 6 1 Corinthians 15:38 is especially important because: Question 7 All Old Testament scriptures are said to be “God breathed” according to II Timothy 3:16. Question 8 A biblical worldview is rooted in ________. Question 9 Salvation is the restoration of the whole of God’s good creation. Question 10 Through the discipline of textual criticism scholars have been able to recover, with certainty, what % of the reading of the original New Testament manuscripts? Question 11 The following can impact a person’s worldview. Question 12 What is the problem with arguing that the Bible is God’s inspired word on the basis that it claims to be the inspired word of God? Question 13 What is a “good argument,” according to Powell, that all four Gospels were written prior to 70 A.D.? : Question 14 According to the textbook, which of the following is not one of the essential doctrines of the Christian worldview? Question 15 The Bible was written over a period of 1500 years. Question 16 A belief that Scripture is God’s inspired and perfect revelation is important, but not necessary. Question 17 The three most prominent or primary worldviews in our world today are Naturalism, Pantheism, and Theism. Question 18 Peter Singer in his book, Practical Ethics, suggested that human babies were born in the image of God with great value since their human bodies were so complex. Question 19 Sin is real, but does not cause a broken fellowship with God or explain the necessity of Christ. Question 20 Christians always agree on which doctrinal issues are essential and which issues are not. Question 1 A worldview is the total framework humans bring to decision¬making. Question 2 The three most prominent or primary worldviews in our world today are Naturalism, Pantheism, and Theism. Question 3 Which of the following piece(s) of evidence is/are a “main anchor” used in dating Paul’s letters from events recorded in Acts 18:12¬17? Question 4 Christians are to use the Bible as their filter or framework for their worldview. Question 5 Justification means to “declare righteous or holy”. Question 6 A person can believe in evolution and still believe in the trustworthiness of scripture. Question 7 Naturalism does not have a basis for answering the questions of meaning or purpose. Question 8 The question of what was and was not Scripture (in terms of the NT) really began “in earnest”: Question 9 All Old Testament scriptures are said to be “God breathed” according to II Timothy 3:16. Question 10 Your worldview will be foundational in how you answer the “Question of Morality”. Question 11 Salvation is the restoration of the whole of God’s good creation. Question 12 The worldview “Question of Origin” deals with Question 13 The search for truth is known as the science of: Question 14 When the Old Testament manuscrip...
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