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Philosophy comes from the Greek philosophia, meaning what?
Lover of philosophy
Love of wisdom
Love of soapboxes
Lover of questions
Thomas Aquinas’s cosmological arguments argue for…
The existence of God
The existence of other intelligent life
The existence of knowledge
The story of Plato's cave argues what?
We are born with infinite knowledge.
There is value in ignorance.
Our senses are sources of absolute knowledge.
Our senses may not be accurate.
What does God is 'omnipotent' mean?
What does God is 'omniscient' mean?
What does God is (omni) benevolent' mean?
What does God is 'just' mean?
God does not judge us.
God is fair and will treat us fairly at judgement.
God is always with us.
God will treat Christians more favourably at judgement day.
What does God is 'omnipresent' mean?
What does 'eternal' mean when describing the nature of God.
God will judge all humans on their actions in their life.
God has no beginning and no end - God has always been there.
God is always forgiving of our sins.
God is fair.
What are the three parts of the Trinity?
Father, God, Son
God, Son, Holy Spirit
Father, Son, Holy Spirit
God, Jesus, Dove
The design argument is based upon what observation?
the universe is profoundly organized, without which no life could emerge
the universe is in a state of total disorder/chaos
disorganization is the basic state of things
sensory data provides no meaningful access to reality
The cosmological (or teleological) argument was originally developed by...
The cosmological (or teleological) argument was later developed by...
Paley uses the analogy of...
An analogical argument...
Compares two similar things to draw certain conclusions
Compares two similar things to draw probable conclusions
Compares two dissimilar things to draw certain conclusions
Compares two dissimilar things to draw probable conclusions
We would think a watch was designed because...
We couldn't have made it
We already know that it was
It's complex, intricate and has a purpose
In which book did Paley present his argument?
Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding
In which book did Aquinas present his argument?
Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion
Dialogues Concerning God
According to Aquinas God is viewed as...
An Unmoved Mover
A Prime Mover
An Uncaused Cause
A necessary being
William Paley wrote about which of these things in his argument for God?
Aquinas argued that God is a necessary being and must exist. True or False?
What is a theist?
Someone who is not sure if God exists
Someone who believes in God or gods
Someone who believes in Jesus
Someone who does not believe in many gods
The Cosmological Argument claims that the universe
Goes back into infinity
Contains more than one intelligent life form
Has to have had a first cause
Is not yet understood