APOL 104 Quiz 1 Answers (Liberty)
Christianity is unique in its belief that humanity is hopeless and spiritual dead unable to save themselves through human effort
Jesus never referred to the authority of the Old Testament
The following cannot be...
APOL 104 Quiz 2 Answers (Liberty)
I cannot be a Christian because all Christians are hypocrites is an example of
Making a judgment on the basis of one or even a few samples is what type of fallacy?
An argument against an action on the...
APOL 104 Quiz 3 Answers (Liberty)
God revealing himself through nature is known as
The three most prominent or primary worldviews in our world today are naturalism, pantheism, and theism
Evolution is ultimately based upon faith
If a secularist...
APOL 104 Quiz 4 Answers (Liberty)
The Old Testament records over 100 prophecies predicting the coming of Christ which Jesus fulfilled.
Salvation is earned by believing in Jesus Christ and by doing good works
According to the bible, the true...
APOL 104 Quiz 5 Answers (Liberty)
The Hindu heaven is a physical placed called Nirvana.
Since the fall of humanity (Genesis Chapter 3) mankind has sought to declare independence from God
The founder of Buddhism, Siddhartha Gautama, was a poor...
APOL 104 Quiz 6 Answers (Liberty)
A conventional relativist assumes that what is right in his/her society would also be true in another society
Soft Determinism is less harsh in its rhetoric than hard determinism but the two are consistent in the...
APOL 104 Quiz 7 Answers (Liberty)
Christians should use clever rhetoric in their presentation if they hope to see people won to Christ.
People can have saving faith without understanding the gospel.
Islam was founded by:
A summary of...
APOL 104 Quiz 8 Answers (Liberty)
Modernism is based on
The definition of the word tolerance may not have changed but our culture has dramatically changed its meaning
Tolerance should be viewed in reference to how we
The law of non-Contradiction...
APOL 104 Worldview Assignment (Liberty)
Part One: What is a worldview?
Part Two:Articulate the biblical/Christian Worldview?
Part Three: How might/should a biblical worldview influence you?