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Question 1 When Jesus presented the gospel most people accepted it the first time they heard it. Question 2 Christian faith is simply a personal ... [Show More] preference, a function of how one was raised, and a worldview that is only supported by emotional considerations. Question 3 According to Powell, “reason” is not the enemy of “faith”. Question 4 The Greek word for “preach” is a first century word meaning “to proclaim” and implies passion produced by one’s belief. Question 5 Studying worldviews helps us better _______. Question 6 According to Powell, the majority of Christian apologetics takes place in academic classrooms. Question 7 Preaching “the Word” only refers to the Old Testament since the writing of II Timothy 4:2 was before the New Testament was completed. Question 8 Application is the first step of a biblical worldview. Question 9 When Jesus healed the crazed man who lived in a graveyard near Decapolis the people of the city: Question 10 Being capable of rational thought, humans should conform their beliefs to reality, and not the other way around. Question 11 Because of the respect that people had for the Apostle Paul his message of Jesus Christ was accepted by almost everyone who heard him. Question 12 In describing “truth”, Powell states: Question 13 Which of the following is not characteristic of the Bible? Question 14 The word worldview is derived from two German words meaning “world” and “perception.” Question 15 When Jesus spoke as “one who had authority”: Question 16 According to Dr. Weider the Christian faith is both reasonable and defendable. Question 17 According to Dr. Lee Strobel, historical truth is not relevant or important to Christianity. Question 18 Upon returning to the Decapolis region a second time after healing the crazed man who had been cutting himself with rocks, Jesus: Question 19 A translation of the Bible is most accurate when translated by one, highly educated, highly qualified individual. Question 20 When presenting the gospel to people Christians should be: [Show Less]
Question 1 A person sometimes uses a logical fallacy if he/she realizes his/her argument is weak. Question 2 Man cannot know that God exists through hi... [Show More] s use of reason. Question 3 The Argument from Design, observes nature, and concludes that it demonstrates randomness rather than intentionality or a plan. Question 4 “Evidence does not exist to prove humans were created by God therefore man was not created by God” is an example of: Question 5 Evidence is: Question 6 Selective Perception is arguing a point by selecting and presenting only the evidence that supports one’s current position or opinion. Question 7 An argument is an attempt to offer evidence to demonstrate the soundness of an opinion. Question 8 “Raising an irrelevant issue to divert attention from the primary issue” is which of the following Informal Logical Fallacies: Question 10 Making a judgment on the basis of one or even a few samples is what type of fallacy? Question 11 People from the city of ________________ were noted in the Bible as being of “noble character”, because they went to the scriptures to see if what Paul was saying was true. Question 12 “Mom, may I have a smart phone?” All of my friends have one” is an example of: Question 13 A person can know about God through: Question 14 According to Powell the “Big Bang theory” fails to address the issue of sufficient cause. Question 15 When a shooting takes place at a school, arguing that the reason it occurred was because of gun laws alone is what type of fallacy? Question 16 “I cannot be a Christian because all Christians are hypocrites” is an example of: Question 17 The Thomist (Thomas Aquinas) Argument for God’s existence begins with his view on: Question 18 The word “cosmos” is a Greek word that refers to: Question 19 Accepting the opinions of others as one’s own opinion without applying critical thinking skills to that opinion is what type of decisionmaking Question 20 Which of the following is not an example of a formal fallacy: [Show Less]
Question 1 Karma is the basic idea that “what goes around comes around.” Question 2 The three most prominent or primary worldviews in our wor... [Show More] ld 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. [Show Less]
Question 1 Salvation is earned by believing in Jesus Christ and by doing good works. Question 2 Sanctification is the process of spiritual matu... [Show More] rity. Question 3 The Bible indicates that because of sin all mankind needs to be saved. Question 4 An emotional response to the gospel is essential for a person to know that a person has been truly saved. Question 5 The biblical concept of the “heart” is only the emotional part of a person. Question 6 Jesus’ sacrifice on the cross was sufficient to save humanity from their sins. The resurrection of Christ was not essential for salvation. Question 7 Salvation involves an act of the will. Question 8 Although the Bible doesn’t indicate directly, it can be inferred that Jesus possessed all the attributes of deity. Question 9 Nearly all critical scholars agree that Jesus’ disciples were willing to die for their beliefs and this was due to their strong conviction that they had seen the risen savior. Question 10 According to the Bible, the true gauge of holiness that humans are judged against is the holiness of God. Question 11 Attempting to earn salvation through good deeds is offensive to God. Question 12 Humans sin because it is their nature to sin. Question 13 Jesus’ deity is not an important issue for Christianity in the 21st century. His death for mankind is the key issue. Question 14 Knowing the facts about God is all one needs to know in order to be saved. Question 15 From an evangelical Christian perspective, a person can go to heaven by believing in a God or accepting Jesus Christ as their personal savior. Question 16 Most scholars agree that James became a follower of Christ after he saw Him resurrected. Question 17 Getting someone to pray to receive Christ is evidence that he/she has been saved. Question 18 In the orthodox theological view Jesus was resurrected spiritually but not physically. Question 19 The message of Christianity is that Jesus is the only way to heaven. Question 20 According to the Bible we are all sinners [Show Less]
Question 1 3 out of 3 points The Dalai Lama represents and leads: · Question 2 3 out of 3 points Hinduism is a very diverse religion wit... [Show More] h some unifying beliefs but no specific creed. · Question 3 3 out of 3 points Islam is an example of a monotheistic religion. · Question 4 3 out of 3 points The Hindu concept of Karma and the Christian concept of sin are identical. · Question 5 3 out of 3 points The earliest of the Hindu scriptures are: Question 6 3 out of 3 points The Baha’i view themselves as the unification of all world religions. · Question 7 3 out of 3 points “Salvation” in Hinduism is attained by living a life that fulfills your inner most desires. · Question 8 3 out of 3 points Hinduism is first and foremost a philosophical system. · Question 9 3 out of 3 points Hinduism was founded by: · Question 10 3 out of 3 points Which of the following words best describes Samsara? · Question 11 3 out of 3 points The Hindu is more concerned with the rituals and rites that they follow, than the gods they worship. Question 12 3 out of 3 points In the Christian Gospel, life has meaning because we know that God loves us. · Question 13 3 out of 3 points Some religions may use of the word “grace” but it is redefined to include human effort. · Question 14 3 out of 3 points Hindus do believe in concrete absolute truth. · Question 15 3 out of 3 points Buddhism started in: · Question 16 3 out of 3 points Siddhartha Gautama was born into: · Question 17 3 out of 3 points The Hindu heaven is a physical place called Nirvana. Question 18 3 out of 3 points A person can tell if a worldview is true by testing it against the three criteria for truth: · Question 19 3 out of 3 points The founder of Buddhism, Siddhartha Gautama, was a poor peasant boy who was disturbed by the plight of the poor and the apathy of the wealthy. · Question 20 3 out of 3 points Since the “Fall” of humanity (Genesis Chapter 3) mankind has sought to declare independence from God. [Show Less]
Question 1 John Calvin’s teachings may be considered by some to be an example of: Question 2 Jesus made the assertion that there is a direct ... [Show More] relation between the way people treat ____________, and the way they revere and respect God. Question 3 Belief in (the theory of) Evolution is ultimately based upon faith. Question 4 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 5 __________________ said that “Man is the measure of all things”? Question 6 A belief in determinism undermines a belief in the sovereignty of God. Question 7 A person’s worldview should impact his/her approach to moral decision making. Question 8 Some forms of deterministic thinking describe certain behaviors as a matter of genetic destiny rather than personal choice. Question 9 Using a relativistic approach, what is true now may not be true in the future. Question 10 Who is most closely associated with Utilitarianism: Question 11 The Bible indicates that not all pleasures are good and not all pain is evil. Question 12 There are no logical responses to the Problem of Evil which causes most Secularists to reject Christianity. Question 13 _________________ is the idea that selfinterest or personal happiness should be the goal of all actions. Question 14 Historically, the advantage of Utilitarianism is that it has always resulted in the avoidance of human rights injustices. Question 15 By showing a subjective relativist how they actually expect to be treated with dignity and respect, rather than have their relativism applied to them in cruel treatment, abuse, or the relativizing of their passions, Powell believes we can: Question 16 The Old Testament law was intended by God to save man from their sin. Question 17 The kind of people, or “heroes” this system produces is a chief criticism of _______________. Question 18 This philosophy asserts that all human actions can ultimately be understood by observing cause and effect Question 19 A specific criticism of _________ is that the mere disagreement about what is moral does not automatically lead to the conclusion that there is no moral truth. Question 20 A deterministic approach always gives a sense of relief to an individual. [Show Less]
Question 1 Christian “faith” is best described as a blind leap. Question 2 It is important for Christians to have friendships with fellow b... [Show More] elievers so that they can encourage each another. Question 3 Evangelism and apologetics are both grounded in the divine commandment found in Matt 28:19 Question 4 The main passage of Scripture that gives historical apologists purpose and direction can be found in _______________________. Question 5 Secular world systems are not included in the six categories of Global Apologetics because they do not have a foundational belief in a deity or deities. Question 6 An incarnational life demands surrender. Question 7 It is the Holy Spirit that convicts the unbeliever’s heart. Question 8 The urgency of sharing the gospel should overwhelm the need to be caring or kind in your presentation to people. Question 9 Global apologetics seeks to understand the beliefs of those from other major world systems, and anticipate the assumptions thy may have about Jesus Christ. Question 10 There is an important connection between one’s beliefs and behavior Question 11 God’s Word is able to stand the test of any examination and scrutiny. Question 12 Wheeler, in the Popular Encyclopedia of Apologetics states, “According to Scripture, the only stumbling block for unbelievers should be _________________.” Question 13 A godly person is someone who is willingly submissive to God’s ways. Question 14 When a Christian shares the gospel message with an individual, they may also consider including their own personal testimony of salvation in the presentation. Question 15 Even strong Christians can make mistakes and make poor choices so we should put our hope in the Lord (Jesus Christ) and not people. Question 16 To formulate their conclusions, the historical apologists rely entirely on the historical record found within the New Testament. Question 17 Incarnational apologetics is communicated through both actions and attitudes. Question 18 As long as a Christian is informationally prepared to defend their faith, they will be able to easily compel others to “receive Christ”, regardless of their incarnational apologetic. Question 19 The use of historical apologetics is a recent innovation devised and made popular by such men as Gary Habermas, Lee Strobel, and Mike Licona. Question 20 Christians should use clever rhetoric in their presentation if they hope to see people won to Christ. _______ apologetics is the representative private and public lifestyle of a Christian that validates to the world the absolute truths of the Bible. [Show Less]
Question 1 Traditional tolerance has to do with how one treats people as well as ideas that are believed to be false. Question 2 Pluralism (bot... [Show More] h strong and moderate) undermines the motivation for evangelism and missionary outreach. Question 3 Modernism is based on: Question 4 The Christian apologist needs to try to save and reestablish modernism. Question 5 Telling stories or giving personal testimonies is not affective when sharing the gospel message with the postmodern. Question 6 According to Christians who are exclusivists, only Christianity presents the true means of salvation. Question 7 According to the Apostle Paul, Christians should be peaceable toward people regardless of their views or opinions. Question 8 The Inclusivist believes: Question 9 Since the mid-nineties (mid 1990’s) the concept of truth has become more _________________ in nature Question 10 Greg Koukl taught that humans are to be elitist toward ideas but egalitarian regarding people. Question 11 The classic view of tolerance states that all views have equal value and that one view should not be considered better than another. Question 12 The definition of the word tolerance may not have changed, but our culture has dramatically changed its meaning. Question 13 New tolerance is easier to apply because it is more consistent than classic tolerance. Question 14 All religions contain some elements of truth. Question 15 According to the course content all truth is God’s truth. Question 16 The concept of the New Tolerance is inconsistent if not impossible to live since humans will disagree with each other’s views regarding truth. Question 17 The church cannot use yesterday’s methods and expect to be affective. Question 18 New tolerance refuses to distinguish between truth and error. Question 19 What you believe should be based upon truth, not culture or even what you have been taught. Question 20 The new tolerance has disguised itself in a popular approach to moral decision-making called ______________. [Show Less]
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