Note to Student: Please answer the following questions to be graded. These questions are designed to make you think. If you get stuck and cannot answer some of the questions, just leave them blank and we will fill them in for you.
Explain what is meant by each of the following five terms as far as the Bible and other religious books are concerned:
e. System Design:
A response that the atheist might make to the point of clarity is that the book of Revelation is not very clear or easy to understand. There are at least three responses that can be made to this that show that the book of Revelation is not a violation of the point of biblical clarity. See if you can figure them out.
examples of biblical checkability.
What kinds of problems would arise in each of the following five alternatives to the Bible’s teachings?
a. If man has to seek God instead of the other way around:
b. Pantheism as opposed to Genesis 1:28:
c. Polygamy or polyandry as opposed to monogamy:
d. Having a shrine or temple which we must worship in as opposed to the Church being Christians wherever they meet:
d. A caste system or clergy/laity system as opposed to God being no respector of persons:
Give an example of how organized religion in America has gone back to an unwise practice of ancient heathen religious systems.
God offers us ways out of temptation and will not allow us to be confronted by more than we can handle as Christians (1 Corinthians 10:12-13). How does this happen? How does God do this?
Please add any questions on this course of study that have not been answered so we can take care of any remaining ideas that are not clear in your mind.
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