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_____ is how people behave (what is).

Morality.

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_____ is a transcendent norm of behavior (what ought to be).

Ethics.

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_____ is the ability to understand the perspective of others.

Empathy.

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_____ _____ is a comprehensive set of truth claims that purports to paint a picture of reality.

Formal worldview.

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What is the comprehensive set of truth claims taught at MVCS?

Christianity.

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Humanism believes that who is responsible for the realization of an individual's dreams and achievments?

Humans (themselves).

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Humanism puts faith in man's _____ achievements.

Scientific.

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Humanism rejects dualism, which is?

Spirit and self.

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Humanism believes that the universe was _____ and was not _____.

Self - existing, created.

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Humanists do not believe that the value of an individual's self - worth can be found in a relationship with God through _____ or _____.

Worship, prayer.

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Humanists believe that the value of an individual's self - worth is to be found in relationships with _____?

Others.

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Humanists believe that traditional religion gives individuals:
False _____ and wishful _____.

Hope, thinking.

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When was the original Humanist Manifesto written?

1933.

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How many different versions of the Humanist Manifesto are there?

3.

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He was one of the signers of the original Humanist Manifesto that was a philosopher and influenced government schooling in America.

John Dewey.

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What Manifesto promoting the community of man and the elimination of religious influence was written by authors Marx and Engel in 1848?

Communist Manifesto.

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What three examples do the writers of the Humanist Manifesto called "advancements" at the starts of the 3rd paragraph in order to conclude that a new situation has been created "which requires a new statement of the means and purposes of religion"?

Understanding of the universe, scientific achievements, and deeper appreciation of brotherhood.

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The Humanist Manifest states that religion is to meet which two needs of humanity?

Joy of living and personal satisfaction.

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Humanist Manifest states that the universe was NOT created ... what did they believe?

That is was self - existing or self - made.

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How does the Humanist Manifesto explain where man came from?

We just emerged from the universe and we continue to evolve.

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What does the Humanist Manifesto reject when an individual is "determining existence and the value of any and all realities"?

That we were created by God for a specific purpose.

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What two methods does the Humanist Manifesto promote when an individual is "determining existence and the value of any and all realities"?

Intelligent inquiry and assessing how it meets human needs.

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The Humanist Manifesto states that man will learn to face the crises of life in terms of which two manners?

Knowledge of naturalness and knowledge of probability.

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Furthermore, the Humanist Manifesto states that man will no longer face the crises of life in which three manners?

Sentimental thinking, unreal hopes, and wishful thinking.

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What are the two ways advises in the Humanist Manifesto in order to ensure that man will face the crises of life in the way they have determined to be correct?

Fostered by education and inquiry supported by custom.

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What has been created in US Government that illustrates the following statement: "We assume the humanism will take the path of social and mental hygiene"?

Welfare.

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What economic structure does the Humanist Manifesto promote?

Socialism.

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What economic structure does the Humanist Manifesto reject?

Capitalism.

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The Humanist Manifesto states that all associations and institutions exist for what purpose?

For the here and now and the fulfillment of man.

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What were the two primary reasons that the Humanist Manifesto found an acceptable audience in Western Civilizatioin?

Appeals to our inherent sinful nature and appeals to those seeking to be out from control