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36 Cards in this Set

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Which of the following evidences for the existence of God is the most "subjective?"Answer: a. Law of Cause & Effect
b. Order & Design
c. Changed Lives
d. The Big Bang
c. changed lives
This view denies the transcendance of God:
Lewis calls Christianity a "fighting religion" because
It feels that many things have gone wrong and that God insists on putting them right again
The view that denies the Trinity by saying that Jesus and the Holy Spirit are lesser beings than God is
The view that anything you find in the universe is a part of God is held by
What makes evil possible?
The evidence for the existence of God that stresses the minute chances of complex life originating by accident is called
order and design
The view that God is beyond good and evil is called
Which of the following are categories of God's attributes
natural and moral
The practical conclusion for Lewis is
the christ-life inside us
Christianity is the story of how the rightful king has landed, you might say in disguise, and is calling us all to take part in a great campaign of mercy
It is rational to accept Jesus as a great moral teacher, and not believe his claim to be God
Which of the following arguments for the existence of God stresses the conscience of humanity
the moral arguement
What TWO views does Lewis feel face all the facts about a universe that contains much that is obviously bad and apparently meaningless and creatures, like us, who know it?
dualism and christianity
Atheism is too simple because, "if the whole universe has no meaning, we should never have found out that it has no meaning"
Satan taught humanity the sin of
putting ourselves first
God is the source from which all your reasoning power comes: you could not be right and He wrong any more than a stream can rise higher than its own source
Repentance is
1. Willing submission to humiliation
2. A kind of death
3. Simply a description of what going back to God is like
It is possible to have a creature which is free but has no possibility of going wrong
It is not possible for something to be against your will, but which your will has made possible
It is possible to prove God's existence by the usual scientific methodology.
Being a Christian does mean thinking that where Christianity differs from other religions, Christianity is right and they are wrong
It is easy to say that anything you find in this world is a part of God if you do not take what very seriously
distinction between good and bad
The "Uncaused Cause" is
The view that denies the Trinity by saying that Father, Son and Holy Spirit are three names for the same person is
The powers which enable evil to carry on are the powers given it by
The "catch" of Dualism is
An actual wrong and an actual right require a standard to differentiate the two
To Lewis, the current world is
enemy occupied territory
The view that says God is quite definitely 'good' or 'righteous', that he takes sides, that he loves love and hates hatred, and that he wants humanity to behave in a certain way is held by
Mohammeds, Jews, Christians
This view denies the immanence of God
After what Satan has done to us humans, what did God do?
a. Sent his Son among the Jews
b. Selected the Jews
c. Left us a conscience
d. Gave us good dreams
God is separate from his creation, above and beyond it
The scientific method is useful only with measurable things
Lewis compares atonement to
Someone paying someone else's debt
Human history is the long terrible stroy of man trying to find something other than God which will make him happy
Which of the following is an essential statement of the Doctrine of the Trinity
1. Each person is fully God.
2. God eternally exists as three persons.
3. There is one God.