epistemic obligations

PHIL 201 Quiz 1

(Set: 1)

• Question 1
When I seek to know if a belief is true, I am performing the task of:
• Question 2
The study of biology would be considered a
• Question 3
Which statement best expresses Socrates idea that the unexamined life is not worth living:
• Question 4
Philosophy evaluates everything including issues of faith.
• Question 5
Which of the beliefs below would qualify as a foundational belief:
• Question 6
Our epistemic obligations include the duty to clarify and justify our beliefs.
• Question 7
The element of comprehensiveness means a worldview should account for every possible belief.
• Question 8
By saying worldview is consistent we mean that:
• Question 9
An attitude of examining beliefs to determine what the mean and if they are true is called:
• Question 10
What should one do if one encounters a new belief that creates inconsistency in a one’s set of beliefs:
• Question 11
How does Jesus affirm the importance of using reason:
• Question 12
According to the reading, it is possible to do hermeneutics without doing philosophy, however you never should.
• Question 13
The problems listed in the reading with the view that “Christians don’t need philosophy, we have the Bible,” include the following:
• Question 14
The three elements listed in the reading that fulfill the biblical mandate to develop a Christian philosophical mindset would include one of the following:
• Question 15
The passage of scripture that says we should beware of vain and deceptive philosophy is:
• Question 16
The branch of philosophy that deals with general theories of values is:
• Question 17
According to the presentation, when dealing with a difficult text in the Bible, every alternative interpretation deserves equally serious consideration.
• Question 18
Which of the following was NOT within the guidelines recommended for the “critical use” of scripture in doing philosophy:
• Question 19
The question of the existence of God comes under which branch of philosophy:
• Question 20
In the presentation we answered the misconception that there are no answers to most philosophical questions by saying:
(Set: 2)
Question 1
It is possible to be completely rational and justified and still be wrong.
Question 2
The study of biology would be considered a
Question 3
Which statement best expresses Socrates idea that the unexamined life is not worth living:
Question 4
Philosophy and science are different in that:
Question 5
Philosophy is more concerned with newly emerging concepts than with perennial, foundational issues.
Question 6
Which of the following is true:
Question 7
The ways in which philosophy is practical, according to the reading, include:
Question 8
By saying worldview is coherent we mean that:
Question 9
The one below that is NOT one of the benefits described in the reading of examining and evaluating our beliefs:
Question 10
An attitude of examining beliefs to determine what the mean and if they are true is called:
Question 11
One finds a general principle in Scripture and then attempts to apply it to an example in current times. The presentation describes this process as:
Question 12
Philosophy aids evangelism specifically by:
Question 13
The three elements listed in the reading that fulfill the biblical mandate to develop a Christian philosophical mindset would include one of the following:
Question 14
To offer a defense for the Christian faith from outside attacks is the task of:
Question 15
Philosophy aids theology by:
Question 16
Philosophy is about asking questions of which there are no real answers.
Question 17
We should be open to changing our interpretation of passage if the evidence warrants that we should do so.
Question 18
The subbranch of metaphysics that deals with the nature of existence itself is:
Question 19
The branch of philosophy that deals with general theories of values is:
Question 20
The Bible adequately addresses almost every philosophical issue and question.

(Set: 3)

• Question 1
A comprehensive system of beliefs that functions as an explanation and interpretation of reality is called:
• Question 2
Which statement best expresses Socrates idea that the unexamined life is not worth living:
• Question 3
Philosophy is mostly interested in discovering new factual data.
• Question 4
A statement about what a person ought to do is called:
• Question 5
What was Kierkegaard’s point about understanding life backward but living it forward:
• Question 6
Adopting the philosophical mindset is more like ajob than a vocation.
• Question 7
The main way mentioned in the reading that the philosophical mindset helps in making moral decisions by:
• Question 8
Our epistemic obligations include the duty to clarify and justify our beliefs.
• Question 9
Our intellectual appetite is a natural desire to know and understand.
• Question 10
The science and art of interpreting scripture is called:
• Question 11
Philosophy aids evangelism specifically by:
• Question 12
The three elements listed in the reading that fulfill the biblical mandate to develop a Christian philosophical mindset would include one of the following:
• Question 13
Prooftexting is often a legitimate way to use scripture.
• Question 14
What was Paul doing in Col 2:
• Question 15
In the presentation the fideist use of the Bible was opposed by the concept of natural revelation.
• Question 16
The presentation says we should be open to changing our interpretation of passage if the evidence warrants that we should do so.
• Question 17
The presentation suggests that believers are not obligated to supply a Bible verse to support every argument in philosophy.
• Question 18
The presentation suggests that a neutral approach is unattainable because we all need a starting point for doing philosophy.
• Question 19
In the presentation, “critical usage” of scripture means:.
• Question 20
The word “philosophy” comes from a combination of two Greek terms. Give the meaning that goes along with each term.

(Set: 4)

Question 1
Philosophy is mostly interested in discovering new factual data.
Question 2
Philosophy and art are different in that philosophy argues for a view while art usually just expresses it.
Question 3
Philosophy evaluates everything including issues of faith.
Question 4
The goal in doing philosophy is to start as best as one can from a completely neutral position on every issue.
Question 5
Cultivating a worldview, as Foreman describes it, is something everyone has done
Question 6
The one below that is NOT one of the benefits described in the reading of examining and evaluating our beliefs:
Question 7
Philosophers largely agree on most issues. That is why they get along with each other so well.
Question 8
A process of education that forces students to think through and clarify their beliefs by asking them questions is called the:
Question 9
The five main reasons given in the reading for why developing the mindset in general includes all but the following:
Question 10
Philosophy aids theology by:
Question 11
To offer a defense for the Christian faith from outside attacks is the task of:
Question 12
According to the reading, it is possible to do hermeneutics without doing philosophy, however you never should.
Question 13
The problems listed in the reading with the view that “Christians don’t need philosophy, we have the Bible,” include the following:
Question 14
A principle of interpretation where one finds a principle in scripture and applies it to an example in current times.
Question 15
The presentation says we should be prepared to explain the literary and historical context of a passage of scripture if we are going to use that passage as support in an argument.
Question 16
The presentation says the Bible adequately addresses almost every philosophical issue and question.
Question 17
In the presentation, which of the following was NOT within the guidelines recommended for the “critical use” of scripture in doing philosophy:
Question 18
In the presentation, “critical usage” of scripture means:
Question 19
The presentation suggests that a neutral approach is unattainable because we all need a starting point for doing philosophy.
Question 20
The word “philosophy” comes from a combination of two Greek terms. Give the meaning that goes along with each term.
(Set: 5)

• Question 1
Which of the beliefs below would qualify as a foundational belief:
• Question 2
Philosophy and science are different in that:
• Question 3
It is possible to be completely rational and justified and still be wrong.
• Question 4
When I seek to know if a belief is true, I am performing the task of:
• Question 5
Philosophy evaluates everything including issues of faith.
• Question 6
Our epistemic obligations include the duty to clarify and justify our beliefs.
• Question 7
Adopting the philosophical mindset is more like a job than a vocation.
• Question 8
The ways in which philosophy is practical, according to the reading, include:
• Question 9
By saying worldview is coherent we mean that:
• Question 10
Bertrand Russell thought philosophy was important because:
• Question 11
How does Jesus affirm the importance of using reason:
• Question 12
The problems listed in the reading with the view that “Christians don’t need philosophy, we have the Bible,” include the following:
• Question 13
The passage that says we should always be prepared to offer a defense for the hope within us:
• Question 14
According to the reading, it is possible to do hermeneutics without doing philosophy, however you never should.
• Question 15
While we are not all called to be philosophers by vocation, what does the biblical mandate say we all called to do:
• Question 16
When I offer you my thought-out, well-reasoned belief about an issue, I am giving you my:
• Question 17
We raise a question in history class about whether or not it was right for President Lincoln to abuse his powers in suspending the writ of habeas corpus during the Civil War. Under which branch of philosophy would you place this discussion:
• Question 18
By “critical usage” of scripture is meant:
• Question 19
In the presentation we answered the misconception that there are no answers to most philosophical questions by saying:
• Question 20
The one below that is not one of the three major branches of philosophy:

(Set: 6)

Question 1
A statement about what a person ought to do is called:
Question 2
The study of biology would be considered a
Question 3
Which of the following are philosophers concerned about:
Question 4
Philosophy is more concerned with newly emerging concepts than with perennial, foundational issues.
Question 5
Philosophy is mostly interested in discovering new factual data.
Question 6
Bertrand Russell thought philosophy was important because:
Question 7
Cultivating a worldview, as Foreman describes it, is something everyone has done.
Question 8
What was Kierkegaard’s point about understanding life backward but living it forward:
Question 9
Choose the best answer: What is wrong with the following set of beliefs as a worldview: (a) There is no God, (b) Man evolved from lower animals over a long period of time, (c) there is no afterlife, (d) people should be good to each other, (e) matter and energy are all that exist, (f) the universe is without any ultimate meaning and value.
Question 10
By saying worldview is consistent we mean that:
Question 11
What was Paul doing in Col 2:
Question 12
The passage that says we should handle accurately the word of God:
Question 13
According to the reading, it is possible to do hermeneutics without doinq philosophy, however you never should.
Question 14
To offer a defense for the Christian faith from outside attacks is the task of:
Question 15
A supererogatory act:
Question 16
The branch of philosophy that deals with general theories of values is:
Question 17
According to the presentation, when dealing with a difficult text in the Bible, every alternative interpretation deserves equally serious consideration.
Question 18
Philosophers seldom agree on many issues.
Question 19
The question “What is truth?” is covered under which branch of philosophy:
Question 20
Which of the following was NOT within the guidelines recommended for the “critical use” of scripture in doinq philosophy:

(Set: 7)

• Question 1
According to the reading, Abraham was an example of blind faith.
• Question 2
The goal in doing philosophy is to start as best as one can from a completely neutral position on every issue.
• Question 3
It is possible to be completely rational and justified and still be wrong.
• Question 4
Which statement best expresses Socrates idea that the unexamined life is not worth living:
• Question 5
The word “philosophy” originated from two Greek terms: philo which means “love” and sophos which means:
• Question 6
By saying worldview is coherent we mean that:
• Question 7
The ways in which philosophy is practical, according to the reading, include:
• Question 8
Which of the following is true:
• Question 9
Bertrand Russell thought philosophy was important because:
• Question 10
Our epistemic obligations include the duty to clarify and justify our beliefs.
• Question 11
Philosophy aids evangelism specifically by:
• Question 12
How does Jesus affirm the importance of using reason:
• Question 13
The problems listed in the reading with the view that “Christians don’t need philosophy, we have the Bible,” include the following:
• Question 14
To offer a defense for the Christian faith from outside attacks is the task of:
• Question 15
The three elements listed in the reading that fulfill the biblical mandate to develop a Christian philosophical rnindset would include one of the following:
• Question 16
We raise a question in history class about whether or not it was right for President Lincoln to abuse his powers in suspending the writ of habeas corpus during the Civil War. Under which branch of philosophy would you place this discussion:
• Question 17
The sub-branch of metaphysics that deals with the nature of existence itself is:
• Question 18
Which of the following was NOT within the guidelines recommended for the “critical use” of scripture in doing philosophy:
• Question 19
The question about whether we can know if God exists or not is:
• Question 20
The Bible adequately addresses almost every philosophical issue and question.

(Set: 8)

Question 1 When I seek to know if a belief is true, I am performing the task of:
Question 2 Which of the beliefs below would qualify as a foundational belief:
Question 3 It is possible to be completely rational and justified and still be wrong.
Question 4 The word “philosophy” originated from two Greek terms: philo which means “love” and sophos which means:
Question 5 According to the reading, Abraham was an example of blind faith.
Question 6 The element of comprehensiveness means a worldview should account for every possible belief.
Question 7 A process of education that forces students to think through and clarify their beliefs by asking them questions is called the:
Question 8 Choose the best answer: What is wrong with the following set of beliefs as a worldview: (a) There is no God, (b) Man evolved from lower animals over a long period of time, (c) there is no afterlife, (d) people should be good to each other, (e) matter and energy are all that exist, (f) the universe is without any ultimate meaning and value.
Question 9 By saying worldview is coherent we mean that:
Question 10 Our intellectual appetite is a natural desire to know and understand.
Question 11 The science and art of interpreting scripture is called:
Question 12 According to the reading, it is possible to do hermeneutics without doing philosophy, however you never should.
Question 13 A supererogatory act:
Question 14 The three elements listed in the reading that fulfill the biblical mandate to develop a Christian philosophical mindset would include one of the following:
Question 15 Using scripture “strategically” means:
Question 16 By “critical usage” of scripture is meant:
Question 17 The one below that is not one of the three major branches of philosophy:
Question 18 We should be open to changing our interpretation of passage if the evidence warrants that we should do so.
Question 19 We raise a question in history class about whether or not it was right for President Lincoln to abuse his powers in suspending the writ of habeas corpus during the Civil War. Under which branch of philosophy would you place this discussion:
Question 20 The subbranch of metaphysics that deals with the nature of existence itself is:

(Set: 9)

Question 1 Philosophy and art are different in that philosophy argues for a view while art usually just expresses it.

Question 2 Which of the following is NOT one of the aspects of “critical thinking” according to the reading:

Question 3 According to the reading, Abraham was an example of blind faith.

Question 4 When I seek to know if a belief is true, I am performing the task of:

Question 5 The study of biology would be considered a

Question 6 Bertrand Russell thought philosophy was important because:

Question 7 The one below that is NOT one of the benefits described in the reading of examining and evaluating our beliefs:

Question 8 Choose the best answer: What is wrong with the following set of beliefs as a worldview: (a) There is no God, (b) Man evolved from lower animals over a long period of time, (c) there is no afterlife, (d) people should be good to each other, (e) matter and energy are all that exist, (f) the universe is without any ultimate meaning and value.

Question 9 Which of the following is true:

Question 10 An attitude of examining beliefs to determine what the mean and if they are true is called:

Question 11 A supererogatory act:

Question 12 Using scripture “strategically” means:

Question 13 To offer a defense for the Christian faith from outside attacks is the task of:

Question 14 According to the reading, it is possible to do hermeneutics without doing philosophy, however you never should.

Question 15 Philosophy aids theology by:

Question 16 The branch of philosophy that deals with general theories of values is:

Question 17 We should be prepared to explain the literary and historical context of a passage of scripture if we are going to use it as support in an argument.

Question 18 The Bible adequately addresses almost every philosophical issue and question.

Question 19 The one below that is not one of the three major branches of philosophy:

Question 20 By “critical usage” of scripture is meant:

(Set: 10)

Question 1 The goal in doing philosophy is to start as best as one can from a completely neutral position on every issue.

Question 2 Which of the following is NOT one of the aspects of “critical thinking” according to the reading:

Question 3 When I seek to know if a belief is true, I am performing the task of:

Question 4 A comprehensive system of beliefs that functions as an explanation and interpretation of reality is called:

Question 5 Which statement best expresses Socrates idea that the unexamined life is not worth living:

Question 6 The ways in which philosophy is practical, according to the reading, include:

Question 7 What was Kierkegaard’s point about understanding life backward but living it forward:

Question 8 Philosophers largely agree on most issues. That is why they get along with each other so well.

Question 9 The one below that is NOT one of the characteristics of good philosophical argument:

Question 10 A process of education that forces students to think through and clarify their beliefs by asking them questions is called the:

Question 11 While we are not all called to be philosophers by vocation, what does the biblical mandate say we all called to do:

Question 12 The passage that says we should always be prepared to offer a defense for the hope within us:

Question 13 Philosophy aids theology by:

Question 14 Prooftexting is often a legitimate way to use scripture.

Question 15 What was Paul doing in Col 2:.

Question 16 The question of the existence of God comes under which branch of philosophy:

Question 17 The subbranch of metaphysics that deals with the nature of existence itself is:

Question 18 According to the presentation, when dealing with a difficult text in the Bible, every alternative interpretation deserves equally serious consideration.

Question 19 Philosophers seldom agree on many issues.

Question 20 We begin with a debate about the problem of evil and I suggest that one solution to the problem is that free will makes evil possible. You question whether we have free will or not and we get into a discussion of the reality of free will. Under what branch of philosophy would you place our discussion now?

(Set: 11)

Question 1 Philosophy is more concerned with newly emerging concepts than with perennial, foundational issues.

Question 2 Philosophy and art are different in that philosophy argues for a view while art usually just expresses it

Question 3 Scientism is defined as the use of the methods of establishing scientific theories.

Question 4 A statement about what a person ought to do is called

Question  5 The word “philosophy” originated from two Greek terms: philo which means “love” and sophos which means

Question 6 The one below that is NOT one of the characteristics of good philosophical argument

Question 7 Cultivating a worldview, as Foreman describes it, is something everyone has done

Question 8 The main way mentioned in the reading that the philosophical mindset helps in making moral decisions by

Question 9 Philosophers largely agree on most issues. That is why they get along with each other so well

Question 10 What should one do if one encounters a new belief that creates inconsistency in a one’s set of beliefs:

Question 11 Prooftexting is often a legitimate way to use scripture

Question 12 While we are not all called to be philosophers by vocation, what does the biblical mandate say we all called to do

Question 13 A principle of interpretation where one finds a principle in scripture and applies it to an example in current times

Question 14 A supererogatory act

Question 15 Using scripture “strategically” means

Question 16 When I offer you my thought-out, well-reasoned belief about an issue, I am giving you my

Question 17 The one below that is not one of the three major branches of philosophy

Question 18 We raise a question in history class about whether or not it was right for President Lincoln to abuse his powers in suspending the writ of habeas corpus during the Civil War. Under which branch of philosophy would you place this discussion

Question 19 By “critical usage” of scripture is meant

Question 20 Philosophy is about asking questions of which there are no real answers

(Set: 12)

Question 1 Which of the beliefs below would qualify as a foundational belief:

Question 2 Reason is “prior” to God in terms of:

Question 3 Which of the following is NOT one of the aspects of “critical thinking” according to the reading:

Question 4 A comprehensive system of beliefs that functions as an explanation and interpretation of reality is called:

Question 5 The relationship between propositional knowledge and experiential knowledge is:

Question 6 Choose the best answer: What is wrong with the following set of beliefs as a worldview: (a) There is no God, (b) Man evolved from lower animals over a long period of time, (c) there is no afterlife, (d) people should be good to each other, (e) matter and energy are all that exist, (f) the universe is without any ultimate meaning and value.

Question 7 Adopting the philosophical mindset is more like a job than a vocation.

Question 8 Our epistemic obligations include the duty to clarify and justify our beliefs.

Question 9 Which of the following is true:

Question 10 Bertrand Russell thought philosophy was important because:

Question 11 The three elements listed in the reading that fulfill the biblical mandate to develop a Christian philosophical mindset would include one of the following:

Question 12 The passage of scripture that says we should beware of vain and deceptive philosophy is:

Question 13 According to the reading, it is possible to do hermeneutics without doing philosophy, however you never should.

Question 14 How does the story in Acts 17 demonstrate the value of reason:

Question 15 To offer a defense for the Christian faith from outside attacks is the task of:

Question 16 The Bible adequately addresses almost every philosophical issue and question.

Question 17 We should be prepared to explain the literary and historical context of a passage of scripture if we are going to use it as support in an argument.

Question 18 We raise a question in history class about whether or not it was right for President Lincoln to abuse his powers in suspending the writ of habeas corpus during the Civil War. Under which branch of philosophy would you place this discussion:

Question 19 The one below that is not one of the three major branches of philosophy:

Question 20 Philosophy is about asking questions of which there are no real answers.

Quiz 1 PHIL201