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Question 1

If a Secularist rejects the Bible, don’t encourage him/her to read the Bible until you give him/her a good apologetic response to their objections.

Question 2

Nietzsche believed that though Christianity was false, it was an important religion that gave people hope and purpose for living.

Question 3

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

Question 4

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

Question 5

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

Question 6

Christianity is one of the only religions that strongly teaches moral relativism.

Question 7

Determinism asserts that the _________ cannot be altered.

Question 8

Typically a subjectivist wants to be treated subjectively by others.

Question 9

Determinism promotes free will.

Question 10

The fact that we see diversity between the morals of cultures is a clear indication that moral absolutes do not exist.

Question 11

Belief in (the theory of) Evolution is ultimately based upon faith.

Question 12

__________________ said that “Man is the measure of all things”?

Question 13

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 14

A Secularist believes in absolute truth.

Question 15

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

Question 16

Determinism is the idea that if something is sure to happen in the future, then it is outside the power of man to change it.

Question 17

Historically, the advantage of Utilitarianism is that it has always resulted in the avoidance of human rights injustices.

Question 18

Who deserves credit for popularizing and developing pragmatism into a philosophy?

Question 19

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

Question 20

Naturalism comes from the belief that if something cannot be proven empirically then it cannot be true.

 

Question 1

Powell would say the best way to explain the relationship between God and moral law is:

Question 2

Hedonism views the value of actions by their resulting:

Question 3

__________________ said that “Man is the measure of all things”?

Question 4

_________________ is the idea that selfinterest or personal happiness should be the goal of all actions.

Question 5

A person’s worldview should impact his/her approach to moral decision making.

Question 6

Determinism provides a means to avoid moral responsibility.

Question 7

A Secularist believes in absolute truth.

Question 8

Belief in (the theory of) Evolution is ultimately based upon faith.

Question 9

A person who determines morality based upon what man says or thinks is approaching morality

Question 10

Using a relativistic approach, what is true now may not be true in the future.

Question 11

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

Question 12

The Bible indicates that not all pleasures are good and not all pain is evil.

Question 13

Jesus made it clear that it is impossible for man to justify himself.

Question 14

According to Powell, the reality of a personal, authoritative lawgiver (God) as the source of morality is reasonably indicated through

Question 15

Who is most closely associated with Utilitarianism:

Question 16

“I determine what is right and wrong, and you should not try to force your values on me.” – This is an example of:

Question 17

The fact that we see diversity between the morals of cultures is a clear indication that moral absolutes do not exist.

Question 18

Hedonism does not acknowledge the existence of moral absolutes.

Question 19

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

Question 20

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

Question 2 Typically a subjectivist wants to be treated subjectively by others.

Question 3 God’s restrictive boundaries for human behavior first began:

Question 4 By definition, “__________________” is the blending of ideas and values from different or opposing worldviews.

Question 5 The subjectivity of defining pleasure means that a hedonist could justify injustices.

Question 6 Who is most closely associated with Utilitarianism:

Question 7 John Calvin’s teachings may be considered by some to be an example of:

Question 8 If a Secularist rejects the Bible, don’t encourage him/her to read the Bible until you give him/her a good apologetic response to their objections.

Question 9 A person who determines morality based upon what man says or thinks is approaching morality

Question 10 Ethics has to do with what a person ought to do rather than what a person does.

Question 11 Hedonism views the value of actions by their resulting:

Question 12 A person’s worldview should impact his/her approach to moral decision making.

Question 13 A moral absolute would be true for all people at all times, and is not subject to change.

Question 14 The Old Testament law was intended by God to save man from their sin.

Question 15 The kind of people, or “heroes” this system produces is a chief criticism of _______________.

Question 16 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 17 According to Powell, the reality of a personal, authoritative lawgiver (God) as the source of morality is reasonably indicated through

Question 18 The Bible indicates that not all pleasures are good and not all pain is evil.

Question 19 Which of the following statements gives the best description/s of Subjectivism:

Question 20 Who said, “I think therefore I am” which caused him to become a religious reformer.

 

The beliefs of Secularism include

Some forms of deterministic thinking describe certain behaviors as a matter of genetic destiny rather than personal choice

Which of the following statements gives the best description/s of Subjectivism

A person who determines morality based upon what man says or thinks is approaching morality

A person’s worldview should impact his/her approach to moral decision making

Which of the following theories specifically focuses on the results/end of an act to determine the morality of that act

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

As Christians, the Bible should be our ultimate guide for making moral decisions

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

The cultural relativist believes that moral beliefs are nothing more than cultural norms

The subjectivity of defining pleasure means that a hedonist could justify injustices

This philosophy asserts that all human actions can ultimately be understood by observing cause and effect

John Calvin’s teachings may be considered by some to be an example of

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

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

A belief in determinism undermines a belief in the sovereignty of God

“Soft” determinism is not as fatalistic in nature as hard determinism

Typically a subjectivist wants to be treated subjectively by others

“I believe that abortion is morally right because a majority of people in this community believe it to be so”. -  This is an example of:

The kind of people, or “heroes” this system produces is a chief criticism of _______________.

 

Question 1

0 out of 3 points

Cultural relativism is best understood as

Question 2

3 out of 3 points

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

Question 3

3 out of 3 points

Using a relativistic approach, what is true now may not be true in the future.

Question 4

3 out of 3 points

Which statement would best illustrates the concept of Hedonism:

Question 5

3 out of 3 points

“I believe that abortion is morally right because a majority of people in this community believe it to be so”. - This is an example of:

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 belief in determinism undermines a belief in the sovereignty of God.

Question 8

3 out of 3 points

By definition, “__________________” is the blending of ideas and values from different or opposing worldviews.

Question 9

3 out of 3 points

Typically a subjectivist wants to be treated subjectively by others.

Question 10

3 out of 3 points

Powell specifically argues that humans come to know objective morality through ___________.

Question 11

3 out of 3 points

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

Question 12

3 out of 3 points

_________________ is the idea that self-interest or personal happiness should be the goal of all actions.

Question 13

0 out of 3 points

The kind of people, or “heroes” this system produces is a chief criticism of _______________.

Question 14

3 out of 3 points

By definition, “__________________” is the view that right and wrong depends upon one’s culture, social group, or personal perspective.

Question 15

3 out of 3 points

“Soft” determinism is not as fatalistic in nature as hard determinism.

Question 16

3 out of 3 points

Christian ethics contends that the absolute standard of goodness is the very person of God.

Question 17

0 out of 3 points

The “criminalization” of moral reformers, who would stand against the majority rule and say it is wrong, is a specific consequence and criticism of ______________.

Question 18

3 out of 3 points

The Bible indicates that not all pleasures are good and not all pain is evil.

Question 19

3 out of 3 points

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

Question 20

3 out of 3 points

“I determine what is right and wrong, and you should not try to force your values on me.” – This is an example of:

 

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 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.

 

“_________________” is the idea that self-interest or personal happiness should be the goal of all actions

The subjective relativist believes that truth is subject to individual interpretation and experience

Jesus made the assertion that there is a direct relation between the way people treat ____________, and the way they revere and respect God

A person’s worldview should impact their approach to moral decision making

The fact that we see diversity between the morals of cultures is a clear indication that moral absolutes do not exist

Hedonism views actions by their resulting

A conventional relativist assumes that what is right in his/her society would also be true in another society

The cultural relativist believes that moral beliefs are nothing more than cultural norms

These theories specifically focus on the results/end of an act to determine the morality of that act

As Christians, the Bible should be our ultimate guide for making moral decisions

Which Greek philosopher is most commonly associated with hedonism

Which of the following statements gives the best description/s of Subjectivism

This philosophy asserts that all human actions can ultimately be understood by observing cause and effect

Christian ethics contends that the absolute standard of goodness is the very person of God

Determinism provides a means to avoid moral responsibility

Some forms of deterministic thinking describe certain behaviors as a matter of genetic destiny rather than personal choice

A moral absolute would be true for all people at all times, and is not subject to change

Which statement would best illustrates the concept of Hedonism

“__________________” said that “Man is the measure of all things

“Soft” determinism is not as fatalistic in nature as hard determinism

 

Question 1

Which Greek philosopher is most commonly associated with hedonism?

Question 2

Some forms of deterministic thinking describe certain behaviors as a matter of genetic destiny rather than personal choice.

Question 3

John Calvin’s teachings may be considered by some to be an example of:

Question 4

Which of the following statements gives the best description/s of Subjectivism:

Question 5

These theories specifically focus on the results/end of an act to determine the morality of that act.

Question 6

Christian ethics contends that the absolute standard of goodness is the very person of God.

Question 7

A deterministic approach always gives a sense of relief to an individual.

Question 8

Using a relativistic approach, what is true now may not be true in the future.

Question 9

The Bible indicates that not all pleasures are good and not all pain is evil.

Question 10

Determinism provides a means to avoid moral responsibility.

Question 11

Jesus made it clear that it is impossible for man to justify himself.

Question 12

The fact that we see diversity between the morals of cultures is a clear indication that moral absolutes do not exist.

Question 13

"Soft determinism" is less harsh in its rhetoric than is "hard determinism", but the two are consistent in the final outcome.

Question 14

As Christians, the Bible should be our ultimate guide for making moral decisions.

Question 15

Ethics has to do with what a person ought to do rather than what a person does.

Question 16

A person who determines morality based upon what man says or thinks is approaching morality

Question 17

Hedonism views actions by their resulting:

Question 18

Hedonism does not acknowledge the existence of moral absolutes.

Question 19

Who is most closely associated with Utilitarianism:

Question 20

A person’s worldview should impact their approach to moral decision making.

 

Question 1

0 out of 3 points

These theories specifically focus on the results/end of an act to determine the morality of that act.

Question 2

3 out of 3 points

The cultural relativist believes that moral beliefs are nothing more than cultural norms.

Question 3

3 out of 3 points

Who is most closely associated with Utilitarianism:

Question 4

3 out of 3 points

Which statement would best illustrates the concept of Hedonism:

Question 5

3 out of 3 points

Jesus made it clear that it is impossible for man to justify himself.

Question 6

3 out of 3 points

The Old Testament law was intended by God to save man from their sin.

Question 7

3 out of 3 points

Christian ethics contends that the absolute standard of goodness is the very person of God.

Question 8

3 out of 3 points

Hedonism does not acknowledge the existence of moral absolutes.

Question 9

3 out of 3 points

Some forms of deterministic thinking describe certain behaviors as a matter of genetic destiny rather than personal choice.

Question 10

3 out of 3 points

Using a relativistic approach, what is true now may not be true in the future.

Question 11

3 out of 3 points

Which Greek philosopher is most commonly associated with hedonism?

Question 12

3 out of 3 points

“__________________” said that “Man is the measure of all things

Question 13

3 out of 3 points

The subjectivity of defining pleasure means that a hedonist could justify injustices.

Question 14

3 out of 3 points

RsQ_032By definition, “__________________” is the view that right and wrong depends upon one’s culture, social group, or personal perspective.

Question 15

3 out of 3 points

As Christians, the Bible should be our ultimate guide for making moral decisions.

Question 16

3 out of 3 points

“_________________” is the idea that self-interest or personal happiness should be the goal of all actions.

Question 17

3 out of 3 points

“Soft” determinism is not as fatalistic in nature as hard determinism.

Question 18

3 out of 3 points

A person’s worldview should impact their approach to moral decision making.

Question 19

3 out of 3 points

John Calvin’s teachings may be considered by some to be an example of:

Question 20

3 out of 3 points

Which of the following statements gives the best description/s of Subjectivism:

 

1.)  Jesus made the assertion that there is direct relation between the way people treat ____, and the way they revere and respect God?

2.)  Determinism provides a means to avoid moral responsibility?

3.)  As Christians, the Bible should be our ultimate guide for making moral decisions? 

4.)  The subjective relativeness believes that truth is subject to individual interpretation and experience?

5.)  A person’s worldview should impact their approach to moral decision making?

6.)  The subjectivity of defining pleasure means that a hedonist could justify injustices?

7.)  “Soft” determinism is not as fatalistic in nature as hard determinism?

8.)  A theistic determinist believes that everything must be determined by God for him to remain sovereign?

9.)  “I believe that abortion is morally right because a majority of the people in this community believe it to be so”. This is an example of what?

10.) Hedonism views actions by their resulting?

11.) John Calvin’s teachings may be considered by some to be an example of?

12.) The fact that we see diversity between the morals of cultures is a clear indication that moral absolutes do not exist?

13.) A deterministic approach always gives a sense of relief to an individual?

14.) Jesus made it clear that it is impossible for man to justify himself?

15.) This philosophy asserts that all human actions can ultimately be understood by observing cause and effect?

16.) Which Greek philosopher is most commonly associated with Hedonism?

17.) Christian ethics contends that the absolute standard of goodness is the very person of God?

18.) These theories specially focus on the results/end of an act to determine morality of the act?

19.) God’s restrictive boundaries for human behavior first began?

20.) The Bible indicates that not all pleasers are good and not all pain is evil?

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