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·         Question 1 
3 out of 3 points

What are challenges of a free-will theodicy?

·         Question 2 
3 out of 3 points

Plantinga constructs a defense rather than a theodicy to answer the logical problem of evil.

·         Question 3 
3 out of 3 points

The view advanced by C. S. Lewis in The Great Divorce is

·         Question 4 
3 out of 3 points

The most severe version of the problem of horrendous evil is

·         Question 5 
3 out of 3 points

Marilyn Adams’s solution to the problem of evil requires universalism.

·         Question 6 
3 out of 3 points

Which of the following is NOT a significant development from the 1960’s moral revolution?

·         Question 7 
3 out of 3 points

Ethics is about the ________ and about the _________:

·         Question 8 
3 out of 3 points

The main difference between ethics and many other disciplines is that ethics is subjective while many other disciplines are objective.

·         Question 9 
3 out of 3 points

Where in the Bible can one find ethical material?

·         Question 10 
3 out of 3 points

Love alone does not tell a person what he or she ought to want and do in every situation; it still needs _____________ in righteousness of the sort the Bible gives.

·         Question 11 
3 out of 3 points

When I ask “Why am I doing this?” I am seeking the ___________ behind my action:

·         Question 12 
3 out of 3 points

When I ask “Why be moral?” on the pointecast, I am asking about the specific moral rules that one follows.

·         Question 13 
3 out of 3 points

Deontological ethics says we should be moral because:

·         Question 14 
3 out of 3 points

Which element is NOT an element of the moral point of view:

·         Question 15 
3 out of 3 points

When I ask “Why is this the right thing to do?” I am seeking the ___________ behind my action:

·         Question 16 
3 out of 3 points

What term describes the idea that morality varies from culture to culture so that there are no universal norms?

·         Question 17 
3 out of 3 points

Moral practices and beliefs do not vary from culture to culture; they are universal.

·         Question 18 
3 out of 3 points

The emotivist says an ethical judgment describes feelings, while the subjectivist says it vents feelings.

·         Question 19 
3 out of 3 points

Which of the following is NOT one of Holmes’ criticisms of emotivism?

·         Question 20 
3 out of 3 points

Logical positivism insists that which kinds of cognitive language are NOT possible:

 

Question 1

Plantinga constructs a defense rather than a theodicy to answer the logical problem of evil.

Question 2

A theodicy:

Question 3

The idea that all free beings God could actually create would misuse their freedom at some time is called “transworld depravity.”

Question 4

Evans claims that a recurring theme of the Bible, especially the Old Testament, is

Question 5

Goods like courage and sympathy

Question 6

The main difference between ethics and many other disciplines is that ethics is subjective while many other disciplines are objective.

Question 7

Ethics is about the ________ and about the _________:

Question 8

According to Holmes, the study of philosophical ethics can enhance Biblical morality by:

Question 9

Why is the Bible alone insufficient to guide us in our ethical thinking?

Question 10

Which of the following is NOT something ethics addresses?

Question 11

The one below that Dr. Martin did NOT appeal to as a proposed solution to the problem of evil

Question 12

When I ask “Why am I doing this?” I am seeking the ___________ behind my action:

Question 13

For virtues ethics the “good” is located in the:

Question 14

The pointecast presentation on why be moral would support the idea that each individual should be free to formulate his/her own ethical norms.

Question 15

According to Dr. Martin, what is gratuitous evil?

Question 16

According to emotivist ethics, moral __________ is a causally determined feeling, an involuntary response to either the situation or the language confronting us:

Question 17

According to emotivism, moral language is basically ___________, because it is not empirical or analytic.

Question 18

What term describes the idea that morality varies from culture to culture so that there are no universal norms?

Question 19

What view holds that moral language simply expresses and perhaps arouses emotion so that nothing we say in moral terms is either true or false about anything:

Question 20

Which of the following is an implication from the idea that the ethicist’s emphasis on moral truth is misguided and moral practices are just emotional assertions?

 

Question 1

Which of the following is a weakness with soulmaking theodicies?

Question 2

Socalled “horrendous evils” are

Question 3

Which principle states that one is not justified in claiming that it appears that there are no X’s if one has reason to believe that, in one’s present epistemic state, one is not in a position to be able to perceive any Xs that might be there?

Question 4

Criticisms of mild hell include that

Question 5

Evans claims that a recurring theme of the Bible, especially the Old Testament, is

Question 6

Empirical sciences focus increasingly on the __________ of particular problems while ethics focuses on what people _________ to do.

Question 7

Ethics is about the ________ and about the _________:

Question 8

The main difference between ethics and many other disciplines is that ethics is subjective while many other disciplines are objective.

Question 9

According to Holmes, the study of philosophical ethics can enhance Biblical morality by:

Question 10

Where in the Bible can one find ethical material?

Question 11

When I ask “Why is this the right thing to do?” I am seeking the ___________ behind my action:

Question 12

The Synderesis rule states:

Question 13

When I ask “Why be moral?” on the pointecast, I am asking about the specific moral rules that one follows.

Question 14

The pointecast presentation on why be moral would support the idea that each individual should be free to formulate his/her own ethical norms.

Question 15

According to Dr. Martin, Augustine defined evil as:

Question 16

Logical positivism insists that which kinds of cognitive language are NOT possible:

Question 17

According to emotivist ethics, moral __________ is a causally determined feeling, an involuntary response to either the situation or the language confronting us:

Question 18

Moral practices and beliefs do not vary from culture to culture; they are universal.

Question 19

Which of the following is NOT a statement that the ethical emotivist would say is empirically true?

Question 20

What term describes the idea that morality varies from culture to culture so that there are no universal norms?

 

·         Question 1

3 out of 3 points

Marilyn Adams’s solution to the problem of evil requires universalism.

·         Question 2

3 out of 3 points

Goods like courage and sympathy

·         Question 3

3 out of 3 points

The most severe version of the problem of horrendous evil is

·         Question 4

3 out of 3 points

Plantinga constructs a defense rather than a theodicy to answer the logical problem of evil.

·         Question 5

3 out of 3 points

A theodicy:

·         Question 6

3 out of 3 points

All religions are concerned with the promulgation of certain values and the cultivation of specific virtues except Christianity.

·         Question 7

3 out of 3 points

Which of the following is NOT a way the Bible contributes to philosophical ethics?

·         Question 8

3 out of 3 points

The Bible contributes to philosophical ethics because it demonstrates that from love for God and gratitude for his mercies come the motivation and dynamic for moral living.

·         Question 9

3 out of 3 points

The Bible gives us a ___________ basis for our moral obligation, in terms of our obligation to do the will of God, the Creator and Lawgiver.

·         Question 10

3 out of 3 points

The main difference between ethics and many other disciplines is that ethics is subjective while many other disciplines are objective.

·         Question 11

3 out of 3 points

In the end, Dr. Martin appealed to what factor in answering the question of gratuitous evil:

·         Question 12

3 out of 3 points

According to Dr. Martin, Augustine defined evil as:

·         Question 13

3 out of 3 points

Deontological ethics says we should be moral because:

·         Question 14

3 out of 3 points

The one below that Dr. Martin did NOT appeal to as a proposed solution to the problem of evil

·         Question 15

3 out of 3 points

When I ask “Why am I doing this?” I am seeking the ___________ behind my action:

·         Question 16

3 out of 3 points

In contrast to emotivism, which views ethical judgments as expressions of feelings, ethical subjectivism views such statements as:

·         Question 17

3 out of 3 points

What is one problem with the charge of ethnocentrism aimed by relativists and the idea of universal moral beliefs?

·         Question 18

3 out of 3 points

What term describes the idea that morality varies from culture to culture so that there are no universal norms?

·         Question 19

3 out of 3 points

Which thesis holds that morality is not a matter of independent rational judgment but is causally dependent on cultural context:

·         Question 20

3 out of 3 points

What view holds that moral language simply expresses and perhaps arouses emotion so that nothing we say in moral terms is either true or false about anything:

 

Question 1

Which principle states that one is not justified in claiming that it appears that there are no X’s if one has reason to believe that, in one’s present epistemic state, one is not in a position to be able to perceive any Xs that might be there?

Question 2

The view advanced by C. S. Lewis in The Great Divorce is

Question 3

Plantinga constructs a defense rather than a theodicy to answer the logical problem of evil.

Question 4

So-called “horrendous evils” are

Question 5

Criticisms of mild hell include that

Question 6

Which of the following is NOT a significant development from the 1960’s moral revolution?

Question 7

Ethics is about the ________ and about the _________:

Question 8

This is the type of claim that says what we “ought” to do.

Question 9

Love alone does not tell a person what he or she ought to want and do in every situation; it still needs _____________ in righteousness of the sort the Bible gives.

Question 10

The Bible tells us everything we need to know and can benefit from ethically.

Question 11

Natural Law theory comes under the category of

Question 12

Which element is not part of every moral event:

Question 13

When I ask “Why am I doing this?” I am seeking the ___________ behind my action:

Question 14

Deontological ethics says we should be moral because:

Question 15

The Synderesis rule states:

Question 16

According to emotivism, moral language is basically ___________, because it is not empirical or analytic.

Question 17

The emotivist says an ethical judgment describes feelings, while the subjectivist says it vents feelings.

Question 18

Which of the following is NOT one of Holmes’ criticisms of emotivism?

Question 19

Which of the following is an implication from the idea that the ethicist’s emphasis on moral truth is misguided and moral practices are just emotional assertions?

Question 20

In contrast to emotivism, which views ethical judgments as expressions of feelings, ethical subjectivism views such statements as:

 

Question 1

Plantinga constructs a defense rather than a theodicy to answer the logical problem of evil.

Question 2

Criticisms of mild hell include that

Question 3

Evans claims that a recurring theme of the Bible, especially the Old Testament, is

Question 4

The argument that there is probably pointless suffering that renders God’s existence unlikely is called

Question 5

The logical form of the problem of evil:

Question 6

Where in the Bible can one find ethical material?

Question 7

The main difference between ethics and many other disciplines is that ethics is subjective while many other disciplines are objective.

Question 8

Empirical sciences focus increasingly on the __________ of particular problems while ethics focuses on what people _________ to do.

Question 9

Which of the following is NOT a way that ethics can contribute to Biblical morality?

Question 10

Which of the following is a way Scripture does NOT contribute to philosophical ethics?

Question 11

Deontological ethics says we should be moral because:

Question 12

The one below that Dr. Martin did NOT appeal to as a proposed solution to the problem of evil

Question 13

In the end, Dr. Martin appealed to what factor in answering the question of gratuitous evil:

Question 14

When I ask “Why am I doing this?” I am seeking the ___________ behind my action:

Question 15

According to Dr. Martin, why is evil a problem for theists?

Question 16

Logical positivism insists that which kinds of cognitive language are NOT possible:

Question 17

What term describes the idea that morality varies from culture to culture so that there are no universal norms?

Question 18

The emotivist says an ethical judgment describes feelings, while the subjectivist says it vents feelings.

Question 19

The dependency thesis states that morality is a matter of independent, rational judgment.

Question 20

What is one problem with the charge of ethnocentrism aimed by relativists and the idea of universal moral beliefs?

 

Question 1

What are challenges of a free‑will theodicy?

Question 2

Goods like courage and sympathy

Question 3

So‑called “horrendous evils” are

Question 4

The apparent fact that God’s existence is not clearly manifested is a mystery for which believers have no explanation.

Question 5

The problem of evil comes about when we try to reconcile

Question 6

The Bible contributes to philosophical ethics because it demonstrates that from love for God and gratitude for his mercies come the motivation and dynamic for moral living.

Question 7

All religions are concerned with the promulgation of certain values and the cultivation of specific virtues except Christianity.

Question 8

Which of the following is a way Scripture does NOT contribute to philosophical ethics?

Question 9

Christian liberty is not the license to do as one wants, but is rather being liberated to

live within what God’s law requires.

Question 10

Where in the Bible can one find ethical material?

Question 11

Which element is not part of every moral event:

Question 12

Natural Law theory comes under the category of

Question 13

When I ask “Why am I doing this?” I am seeking the ___________ behind my action:

Question 14

According to Dr. Martin, what is gratuitous evil?

Question 15

Which element is NOT an element of the moral point of view:

Question 16

Ethics is a normative discipline concerned with explaining existing moral practices‑‑how physical needs and social context have contributed to our understanding of moral objectivism.

Question 17

What view holds that moral language simply expresses and perhaps arouses emotion so that nothing we say in moral terms is either true or false about anything:

Question 18

Cultural relativism is the view that moral beliefs and practices vary with and depend on human needs and social conditions.

Question 19

According to emotivism, moral language is basically ___________, because it is not empirical or analytic.

Question 20

The emotivist says an ethical judgment describes feelings, while the subjectivist says it vents feelings.

 

Question 1

3 out of 3 points

Local positivism insists that which kinds of cognitive language

are NOT possible:

Question2

3 out of 3 points

According to Holmes, the study of philosophical ethics can enhance

Biblical morality by:

Question 3

3 out of 3 points

The Bible tells us everything we need to know and can benefit from

ethically.

Question 4

3 out of 3 points

Marilyn Adams’s solution to the problem of evil requires universalism.

Question 5

3 out of 3 points

Moral practices and beliefs do not vary from culture to culture; they

are universal.

Question 6

3 out of 3 points

Deadly earthquakes, hurricanes, and disease are examples of natural

evils.

Question 7

3 out of 3 points

Which of the following is NOT a way the Bible contributes to

philosophical ethics?

Question 8

3 out of 3 points

Ethics is about the ______ and about the ______:

Question 9

3 out of 3 points

A theodicy:

Question 10

3 out of 3 points

This is the type of claim that says what we “ought” to do.

Question 11

3 out of 3 points

The idea that we argue as we do because our culture has so conditioned

us, and the idea that we regard our morality as superior, makes us what?

Question 12

3 out of 3 points

According to Dr. Martin, Augustine defined evil as:

Question 13

3 out of 3 points

What are challenges of a free-will theodicy?

Question 14

3 out of 3 points

Moral practices and beliefs do not vary from culture to culture;

they are universal.

Question 15

3 out of 3 points

Where in the Bible can one find ethical material?

Question 16

3 out of 3 points

Evans claims that a recurring theme of the Bible, especially the

Old Testament, is

Question 17

3 out of 3 points

Plantiga constructs a defense rather than a theodicy to answer

the logical problem of evil.

Question 18

3 out of 3 points

When I ask, “Why is this the right thing to do?” I am seeking

the ______ behind my action.

Question 19

3 out of 3 points

When I ask, “Why am I doing this?” I am seeking the ______ behind

by action.

Question 20

3 out of 3 points

The most severe version of the problem of horrendous evil is

 

Question 1 The most severe version of the problem of horrendous evil is

Question 2 The view advanced by C. S. Lewis in The Great Divorce is

Question 3 The argument that there is probably pointless suffering that renders God’s existence unlikely is called

Question 4 Criticisms of mild hell include that

Question 5 The problem of evil comes about when we try to reconcile

Question 6 The Bible tells us everything we need to know and can benefit from ethically.

Question 7 Ethics is about the ________ and about the _________:

Question 8 All religions are concerned with the promulgation of certain values and the cultivation of specific virtues except Christianity.

Question 9 Where in the Bible can one find ethical material?

Question 10 Which of the following is a way Scripture does NOT contribute to philosophical ethics?

Question 11 For virtues ethics the “good” is located in the:

Question 12 In the end, Dr. Martin appealed to what factor in answering the question of gratuitous evil:

Question 13 The pointecast presentation on why be moral would support the idea that each individual should be free to formulate his/her own ethical norms.

Question 14 Natural Law theory comes under the category of

Question 15 When I ask “Why am I doing this?” I am seeking the ___________ behind my action:

Question 16 The dependency thesis states that morality is a matter of independent, rational judgment.

Question 17 According to emotivism, moral language is basically ___________, because it is not empirical or analytic.

Question 18 Which thesis holds that morality is not a matter of independent rational judgment but is causally dependent on cultural context:

Question 19 Moral practices and beliefs do not vary from culture to culture; they are universal.

Question 20 What is really at stake in the dependency thesis is the question of __________ and ___________.

 

Question 1 Deadly earthquakes, hurricanes, and diseases are examples of natural evils.

Question 2 Which of the following is a weakness with soul­making theodicies?

Question 3 The most severe version of the problem of horrendous evil is

Question 4 So­called “horrendous evils” are

Question 5 Which principle states that one is not justified in claiming that it appears that there are no X’s if one has reason to believe that, in one’s present epistemic state, one is not in a position to be able to perceive any Xs that might be there?

Question 6 The Bible gives us a ___________ basis for our moral obligation, in terms of our obligation to do the will of God, the Creator and Lawgiver.

Question 7 Ethics is about the ________ and about the _________:

Question 8 ________ comes hand in hand with an ethic, because it identifies values to be propogated and virtues to be cultivated.

Question 9 Christian liberty is not the license to do as one wants, but is rather being liberated to live within what God’s law requires.

Question 10 Where in the Bible can one find ethical material?

Question 11 The Synderesis rule states:

Question 12 According to Dr. Martin, Augustine defined evil as:

Question 13 In the end, Dr. Martin appealed to what factor in answering the question of gratuitous evil:

Question 14 According to Dr. Martin, why is evil a problem for theists?

Question 15 Natural Law theory comes under the category of

Question 16 The dependency thesis states that morality is a matter of independent, rational judgment.

Question 17 The emotivist says an ethical judgment describes feelings, while the subjectivist says it vents feelings.

Question 18 What term describes the idea that morality varies from culture to culture so that there are no universal norms?

Question 19 Cultural relativism is the view that moral beliefs and practices vary with and depend on human needs and social conditions.

Question 20 What is one problem with the charge of ethnocentrism aimed by relativists and the idea of universal moral beliefs?

 

Question 1 The logical form of the problem of evil:

Question 2 Which of the following is a weakness with soul­making theodicies?

Question 3 Marilyn Adams’s solution to the problem of evil requires universalism.

Question 4 The problem of evil comes about when we try to reconcile

Question 5 The apparent fact that God’s existence is not clearly manifested is a mystery for which believers have no explanation.

Question 6 Which of the following is NOT a way the Bible contributes to philosophical ethics?

Question 7 This is the type of claim that says what we “ought” to do.

Question 8 Ethics is similar to anthropology and sociology because they focus on human behaviors and the consequences of human action.

Question 9 The main difference between ethics and many other disciplines is that ethics is subjective while many other disciplines are objective.

Question 10 According to Holmes, the study of philosophical ethics can enhance Biblical morality by:

Question 11 When I ask “Why be moral?” on the pointecast, I am asking about the specific moral rules that one follows.

Question 12 According to Dr. Martin, Augustine defined evil as:

Question 13 In the end, Dr. Martin appealed to what factor in answering the question of gratuitous evil:

Question 14 When I ask “Why is this the right thing to do?” I am seeking the ___________ behind my action:

Question 15 Natural Law theory comes under the category of

Question 16 What is really at stake in the dependency thesis is the question of __________ and ___________.

Question 17 The emotivist says an ethical judgment describes feelings, while the subjectivist says it vents feelings.

Question 18 Which thesis holds that morality is not a matter of independent rational judgment but is causally dependent on cultural context:

Question 19 The dependency thesis states that morality is a matter of independent, rational judgment.

Question 20 What view holds that moral language simply expresses and perhaps arouses emotion so that nothing we say in moral terms is either true or false about anything:

 

Question 1 The logical form of the problem of evil:

Question 2 The most severe version of the problem of horrendous evil is

Question 3 Deadly earthquakes, hurricanes, and diseases are examples of natural evils.

Question 4 The problem of evil comes about when we try to reconcile

Question 5 Evans claims that a recurring theme of the Bible, especially the Old Testament, is

Question 6 The Bible tells us everything we need to know and can benefit from ethically.

Question 7 Which of the following is NOT a way that ethics can contribute to Biblical morality?

Question 8 The Bible contributes to philosophical ethics because it demonstrates that from love for God and gratitude for his mercies come the motivation and dynamic for moral living.

Question 9 Where in the Bible can one find ethical material?

Question 10 According to Holmes, the study of philosophical ethics can enhance Biblical morality by:

Question 11 Which element is not part of every moral event:

Question 12 Which element is NOT an element of the moral point of view:

Question 13 When I ask “Why am I doing this?” I am seeking the ___________ behind my action:

Question 14 The pointecast presentation on why be moral would support the idea that each individual should be free to formulate his/her own ethical norms.

Question 15 According to Dr. Martin, why is evil a problem for theists?

Question 16 Ethical intuitions really express objective feelings rather than evidencing subjective views of moral properties or ethical truths.

Question 17 Cultural relativism is the view that moral beliefs and practices vary with and depend on human needs and social conditions.

Question 18 In contrast to emotivism, which views ethical judgments as expressions of feelings, ethical subjectivism views such statements as:

Question 19 According to Holmes, one problem with the diversity thesis is that:

Question 20 What view holds that moral language simply expresses and perhaps arouses emotion so that nothing we say in moral terms is either true or false about anything:

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