RLGN 104 test 8 Liberty University complete answers

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Question 1 The definition of Tolerance means “to recognize and respect another’s view while not holding it yourself”.

Question 2 In responding to post­modernity, the apologist should focus on transformation and regeneration.

Question 3 Modernism is based on:

Question 4 Traditional tolerance is impossible to practice in today’s culture.

Question 5 What does Powell present as ways to define and solve the problem of evil?

Question 6 Which of the following statements about apologetics methodologies is/are correct?

Question 7 “All religions are effective in attaining their own ends” would be best defined by:

Question 8 The Bible teaches that all ideas, values, and truth claims are equally right.

Question 9 What you believe should be based upon truth, not culture or even what you have been taught.

Question 10 Telling stories or giving personal testimonies is not effective when sharing the gospel message with the postmodern.

Question 11 What does Powell bring up as problems with the evidential argument?

Question 12 The search for significance, as expressed by postmodernism is, a reaction to the emptiness of modernism.

Question 13 Greg Koukl taught that humans are to be elitist toward ideas but egalitarian regarding people.

Question 14 Integrative apologetics is best understood as:

Question 15 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 16 The new tolerance has disguised itself in a popular approach to moral decision­making called ______________.

Question 17 Postmodernism is now being replaced by modernism.

Question 18 To answer the logical argument, Powell draws upon what defense explained by Alvin Plantinga?

Question 19 Since the mid­1990s the concept of truth has become more _________________ in nature

Question 20 The Christian apologist needs to try to save and reestablish modernism.

 

Respecting another person’s belief does not mean that you have to agree with them.

We must change the truth of the gospel if we hope to reach the minds of the postmodernist.

All religions contain some elements of truth

Which of the following religions are monotheistic

Which of the following best exemplifies the new religious tolerance

Traditional tolerance has to do with how one treats people as well as ideas that are believed to be false

The Bible teaches that all ideas, values, and truth claims are equally right

The definition of Tolerance means “to recognize and respect another’s view while not holding it yourself”

Tolerance should be viewed in reference to how we

The Law of Non-Contradiction states

The Inclusivist believes

The concept of the New Tolerance is inconsistent if not impossible to live since humans will disagree with each other’s views regarding truth

Traditional tolerance is impossible to practice in today’s culture.

Since the mid-nineties (mid 1990’s) the concept of truth has become more _________________ in nature

According to Christians who are exclusivists, only Christianity presents the true means of salvation

The new tolerance has disguised itself in a popular approach to moral decision-making called ______________.

Modernism is based on:

The problem with the new tolerance is that the only opinion that is acceptable is no opinion

According to the Apostle Paul, Christians should be peaceable toward people regardless of their views or opinions

According to the course content all truth is God’s truth

 

Question 1

The Christian apologist needs to try to save and reestablish modernism.

Question 2

We must change the truth of the gospel if we hope to reach the minds of the postmodernist.

Question 3

The concept of the New Tolerance undermines the message of the gospel and the mission of the church.

Question 4

What does Powell bring up as problems with the evidential argument?

Question 5

To answer the logical argument, Powell draws upon what defense explained by Alvin Plantinga?

Question 6

“All religions are effective in attaining their own ends” would be best defined by:

Question 7

Greg Koukl taught that humans are to be elitist toward ideas but egalitarian regarding people.

Question 8

What two arguments from evil against the existence of God does Powell explain and critique?

Question 9

Pluralism (both strong and moderate) undermines the motivation for evangelism and missionary outreach.

Question 10

What you believe should be based upon truth, not culture or even what you have been taught.

Question 11

Modernism is based on:

Question 12

Traditional tolerance is impossible to practice in today’s culture.

Question 13

The definition of the word tolerance may not have changed, but our culture has dramatically changed its meaning.

Question 14

New Tolerance is also called:

Question 15

Postmodernism is now being replaced by modernism.

Question 16

All religions contain some elements of truth.

Question 17

The “freewill defense” starts with the idea that God created beings who were able to choose either good or evil, and chose evil not good.

Question 18

The problem with the new tolerance is that the only opinion that is acceptable is no opinion.

Question 19

New tolerance is easier to apply because it is more consistent than classic tolerance.

Question 20

Integrative apologetics is best understood as:

 

 

The “free-will defense” starts with the idea that God created beings who were able to choose either good or evil, and chose evil not good

Traditional tolerance is impossible to practice in today’s culture

“All religions are effective in attaining their own ends” would be best defined by

Telling stories or giving personal testimonies is not effective when sharing the gospel message with the postmodern

All religions contain some elements of truth

Moderate pluralism presents God as completely merciful

New tolerance is easier to apply because it is more consistent than classic tolerance

The definition of Tolerance means “to recognize and respect another’s view while not holding it yourself”

The search for significance, as expressed by postmodernism is, a reaction to the emptiness of modernism

Postmodernism is now being replaced by modernism

We must change the truth of the gospel if we hope to reach the minds of the postmodernist

What you believe should be based upon truth, not culture or even what you have been taught

Which of the following best exemplifies the new religious tolerance

Integrative apologetics is best understood as:

Traditional tolerance has to do with how one treats people as well as ideas that are believed to be false

The definition of the word tolerance may not have changed, but our culture has dramatically changed its meaning

The concept of the New Tolerance is inconsistent if not impossible to live since humans will disagree with each other’s views regarding truth

The Inclusivist believes

The classic view of tolerance states that all views have equal value and that one view should not be considered better than another

The new tolerance has disguised itself in a popular approach to moral decision-making called ______________.

 

The Inclusivist believes

The new tolerance has disguised itself in a popular approach to moral decision-making called ______________.

The Law of Non-Contradiction states

The church cannot use yesterday’s methods and expect to be affective

The classic view of tolerance states that all views have equal value and that one view should not be considered better than another.

Respecting another person’s belief does not mean that you have to agree with them.

According to the Apostle Paul, Christians should be peaceable toward people regardless of their views or opinions

New tolerance refuses to distinguish between truth and error

New Tolerance is also called

New tolerance is easier to apply because it is more consistent than classic tolerance

The Christian apologist needs to try to save and reestablish modernism

We must change the truth of the gospel if we hope to reach the minds of the postmodernist

Traditional tolerance is impossible to practice in today’s culture

According to the course content all truth is God’s truth

The problem with the new tolerance is that the only opinion that is acceptable is no opinion

Since the mid-nineties (mid 1990’s) the concept of truth has become more _________________ in nature

Telling stories or giving personal testimonies is not affective when sharing the gospel message with the postmodern

What you believe should be based upon truth, not culture or even what you have been taught

“All religions are effective in attaining their own ends” would be best defined by:

The search of significance, as expressed by postmodernism is a reaction to the emptiness of modernism.

 

Question 1

Traditional tolerance has to do with how one treats people as well as ideas that are believed to be false.

Question 2

Integrative apologetics is best understood as:

Question 3

New tolerance refuses to distinguish between truth and error.

Question 4

We must change the truth of the gospel if we hope to reach the minds of the postmodernist.

Question 5

In responding to post-modernity, the apologist should focus on transformation and regeneration.

Question 6

Modernism is based on:

Question 7

What two arguments from evil against the existence of God does Powell explain and critique?

Question 8

The search for significance, as expressed by postmodernism is, a reaction to the emptiness of modernism.

Question 9

The Inclusivist believes:

Question 10

The “free-will defense” starts with the idea that God created beings who were able to choose either good or evil, and chose evil not good.

Question 11

Pluralism (both strong and moderate) undermines the motivation for evangelism and missionary outreach.

Question 12

Greg Koukl taught that humans are to be elitist toward ideas but egalitarian regarding people.

Question 13

According to the Apostle Paul, Christians should be peaceable toward people regardless of their views or opinions.

Question 14

What does Powell present as ways to define and solve the problem of evil?

Question 15

Traditional tolerance is impossible to practice in today’s culture.

Question 16

To answer the logical argument, Powell draws upon what defense explained by Alvin Plantinga?

Question 17

Tolerance should be viewed in reference to how we:

Question 18

The new tolerance has disguised itself in a popular approach to moral decision-making called ______________.

Question 19

The Bible teaches that all ideas, values, and truth claims are equally right.

Question 20

What you believe should be based upon truth, not culture or even what you have been taught.

 

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 (both 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 ______________.

 

Question 1 

3 out of 3 points

The Inclusivist believes:

Question 2 

3 out of 3 points

The new tolerance has disguised itself in a popular approach to moral decision-making called ______________.

Question 3

3 out of 3 points

The Law of Non-Contradiction states:

Question 4

3 out of 3 points

The church cannot use yesterday’s methods and expect to be affective.

Question 5

3 out of 3 points

The classic view of tolerance states that all views have equal value and that one view should not be considered better than another.

Question 6

3 out of 3 points

Respecting another person’s belief does not mean that you have to agree with them.

Question 7

3 out of 3 points

According to the Apostle Paul, Christians should be peaceable toward people regardless of their views or opinions.

Question 8

3 out of 3 points

New tolerance refuses to distinguish between truth and error.

Question 9

3 out of 3 points

New Tolerance is also called:

Question 10

3 out of 3 points

New tolerance is easier to apply because it is more consistent than classic tolerance.

Question 11

3 out of 3 points

The Christian apologist needs to try to save and reestablish modernism.

Question 12

3 out of 3 points

We must change the truth of the gospel if we hope to reach the minds of the postmodernist.

Question 13

3 out of 3 points

Traditional tolerance is impossible to practice in today’s culture.

Question 14

3 out of 3 points

According to the course content all truth is God’s truth.

Question 15

3 out of 3 points

The problem with the new tolerance is that the only opinion that is acceptable is no opinion.

Question 16

3 out of 3 points

Since the mid-nineties (mid 1990’s) the concept of truth has become more _________________ in nature

Question 17

3 out of 3 points

Telling stories or giving personal testimonies is not affective when sharing the gospel message with the postmodern.

Question 18

3 out of 3 points

What you believe should be based upon truth, not culture or even what you have been taught.

Question 19

3 out of 3 points

“All religions are effective in attaining their own ends” would be best defined by:

Question 20

3 out of 3 points

The search of significance, as expressed by postmodernism is a reaction to the emptiness of modernism.

 

 

All religions contain some elements of truth.

Pluralism (both strong and moderate) undermines the motivation for evangelism and missionary outreach

According to Christians who are exclusivists, only Christianity presents the true means of salvation.

Modernism is based on

Which of the following best exemplifies the new religious tolerance?

Which of the following religions are monotheistic?

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

According to the apostle Paul Christians should be peaceable toward people regardless of their views or opinions.

According to christens who are exclusivists only Christianity presents the true means of salvation.

Greg Koukl taught that humans are to be elitist toward ideas but egalitarian regarding people.

The concept of the new tolerance is inconsistent if not impossible to live sine humans will disagree with each other’s views regarding truth.

Moderate pluralism presents God as completely merciful

Postmodernism is now being replaced by modernism

 

Question 1

People can debate whether an idea in the Bible is accurately interpreted, but the Bible is clearly a book written to communicate truth to those who seek to follow Jesus.

Question 2

What you believe should be based upon truth, not culture or even what you have been taught.

Question 3

The new tolerance has disguised itself in a popular approach to moral decision-making called

______________.

Question 4

What does Powell bring up as problems with the evidential argument?

Question 5

The definition of Tolerance means “to recognize and respect another’s view while not holding it yourself”.

Question 6

Since the mid-1990s the concept of truth has become more _________________ in nature

Question 7

Traditional tolerance has to do with how one treats people as well as ideas that are believed to be false.

Question 8

In the story of the woman caught in adultery, Jesus’ response was an example of how Christians should respond to those struggling with sin.

Question 9

What two arguments from evil against the existence of God does Powell explain and critique?

Question 10

The Bible teaches that all ideas, values, and truth claims are equally right.

Question 11

To answer the logical argument, Powell draws upon what defense explained by Alvin Plantinga?

Question 12

Which of the following best exemplifies the new religious tolerance?

Question 13

Postmodernism suggests that there can be no certainty of absolute truth. However, absolute truth is defendable and should be applied in practical life situations.

Question 14 Which of the following is an important application that arises from a study of truth? We must clearly define the truths we believing concerning our faith.

Question 15

When sharing the gospel truth with an audience, it is important to consider the _______ of the audience.

Question 16

God’s original design of creation was perfect and without suffering until Adam and Eve sinned.

Question 17

The definition of the word tolerance may not have changed, but our culture has dramatically changed its meaning.

Question 18

According to the textbook, teaching truth guards against _________ and _________.

Question 19

Suffering exists because

Question 20

In relation to trials, James 1:2-4 says, “Be glad and rejoice, because your reward is great in heaven for that is how they persecuted the prophets who were before you.”

 

Question 1

When sharing the gospel truth with an audience, it is important to consider the _______ of the audience.

Question 2

The definition of the word tolerance may not have changed, but our culture has dramatically changed its meaning.

Question 3

In the story of the woman caught in adultery, Jesus’ response was an example of how Christians should respond to those struggling with sin.

Question 4

In relation to trials, James 1:2-4 says, “Be glad and rejoice, because your reward is great in heaven for that is how they persecuted the prophets who were before you.”

Question 5

The Bible teaches that all ideas, values, and truth claims are equally right.

Question 6

Which of the following is an important application that arises from a study of truth? We must clearly define the truths we believing concerning our faith.

Question 7

Since the mid-1990s the concept of truth has become more _________________ in nature

Question 8

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 9

Which of the following best exemplifies the new religious tolerance?

Question 10

What does Powell present as ways to define and solve the problem of evil?

Question 11

Postmodernism suggests that there can be no certainty of absolute truth. However, absolute truth is defendable and should be applied in practical life situations.

Question 12

Traditional tolerance has to do with how one treats people as well as ideas that are believed to be false.

Question 13

In modern society, tolerance is defined as both

Question 14

Which of the following statements about apologetics methodologies is/are correct?

Question 15

According to the Apostle Paul, Christians should be peaceable toward people regardless of their views or opinions.

Question 16

The problem with the new tolerance is that the only opinion that is acceptable is no opinion.

Question 17

Which of the following is an aspect of truth?

Question 18

Traditional tolerance is impossible to practice in today’s culture.

Question 19

Integrative apologetics is best understood as:

Question 20

The Law of Non-Contradiction states:
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