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Flashcards in Apologetics Chapters 11-12 Deck (40):
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To steer you toward a course of action

Compel

2

To keep you moving in the right direction

Propel

3

To cause you to actually start moving forward in the right direction

Impel

4

To surrender something for the sake of something else

Sacrifice

5

To wish, crave, or long for something that brings you satisfaction or enjoyment

Desire

6

To have an attraction or to be curious about something

Interest

7

Existing conditions or surroundings

Circumstances

8

The degree of strength or severity

Intensity

9

A persistent, irrational fear; resulting in avoidance

Phobia

10

Of essential and decisive importance.

Critical

11

Will have interest in literary and dramatic occupations

Artistic

12

Will have interest in engineering and technical occupations

Realistic

13

Will have interest in accounting and clerical occupations

Conventional

14

Will have interest in teaching, social welfare, or other occupations that help people

Social

15

Will have interest in a scientific and analytical occupations

Investigative

16

Will have interest in supervisory and leadership occupation

Enterprising

17

Will display aggressive personal traits

Enterprising

18

Will be thing-oriented rather than people-oriented

Realistic

19

Will be practical, conforming, and efficient

Conventional

20

Will be sensitive to the needs of others

Social

21

Will be practical and shy

Realistic

22

Will be self-confident and sociable

Conventional

23

Will be curious and intellectual

Investigative

24

Will be friendly and outgoing

Social

25

Will display non-comforting and idealistic traits

Artistic

26

The job example given was working as a treasurer on a political campaign

Conventional

27

The job example or interest given was working on cars

Realistic

28

The job example or interest given was entertaining guests

Social

29

The job example or interest given was working for a community action or political organization

Enterprising

30

The job example or interest given was reading fiction

Investigative

31

The job example or interest given was listening to music

Artistic

32

Will participate in activities that involve the interaction with other people to reach organizational goals or economic gain

Enterprising

33

Will participate in activities that involve the exploration and examination or physical, biological, and cultural things.

Investigate

34

Will participate in activities that involve the precise use of objects, tools, machines and animals.

Realistic

35

Will participate in activities that involve the precise, ordered use of data.

Conventional

36

List the three levels of passion that illustrate how passion is developed

Interest

Desire

Sacrifice

37

List the three critical forces that shape our experiences

Circumstances

Intensity

Missing this one

38

What is the primary reason individuals stop dreaming or stop having hope in their dreams.

The fear of disappointment

39

Why is it significant that old people have dreams?

They still have hope and passion even after facing disappointment.

40

What was the example the author gave from the physical earth to illustrate how three shaping forces work?

Carbon.
Starts as Coal -> Graphite -> Diamond