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Flashcards in Lesson 20 Deck (15):
1

Emmanuel Kant emphasized reason and good works

True

2

George Hegel suggested truth is not always absolute, but is constantly evolving

True

3

Karl Marx said sin i the root cause of man's problems

False

4

Schleiermacher is one of the initiators of the modern liberal theological movement

True

5

Soren Kierkegaard is the founder of the school of Biblical revelation

False

6

Albert Ritchl made Christianity a matter of subjectivity

True

7

Albert Schweitzer wrote 'The Quest for the Historical Jesus'

True

8

The Fatherhood of God, Brotherhood of Man, and Love for one another is a simple way of describing the tenets of liberal theology

True

9

Vatican I decreased the authority of the Pope

False

10

When a Pope speaks "ex-cathedra", he is infallible

True (according to the Catholic church)

11

The National Holiness Association was an attempt to call the Methodist Church back to the doctrine of holiness and spiritual renewal

True

12

Charles Finney believed in Keswick Theology

False

13

Dwight Moody accepted the Oberland view of Christian perfection

False

14

Some of the later holiness believers taught three works of grace (ie saved, sanctified, and filled with the Holy Ghost)

True

15

Topeka, Kansas was significant because students at the Bible College sought and received the Baptism with the Holy Ghost and the evidence of speaking in tongues.

True