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1

The problem with evil is the question of whether it even _______

Exist

2

Truth- based upon ________ _________

God's word

3

Truth
Essence- made in _______________

The image of God

4

Truth
Moral state - we are _______________

Sinful and fallen

5

Truth
Need - ____________

Redemption

6

Cosmic cube - based upon ________________

Secular humanism

7

Cosmic cube
Essence - we are a ____________

Cosmic accident

8

Cosmic cube
Moral state - we are _______________

Basically good

9

Cosmic cube
Need - to saves ____________ by ____________ ourselves

Ourselves, finding

10

The philosopher promoted this, because he believed it was the only place in which the context for the language of _____ and _________ existed

Good, evil

11

The secular response to the concept of "evil" is that it is a ______________ abnormality that __________ will discover solutions to

Correctable, science

12

Furthermore, the secular response states that "evil" is really just caused by sick people who are the product of a sick ___________

Culture

13

Who is the individual that criticized secular morality by stating that three virtue is in only pleasing themselves and defining good as being loyal to oneself?

Dalrymple

14

The person stated that the only way to make you life meaningful was to believe in so,etching that ____________ yourself. Which was _____________ to do when "I" is the cente of one's life

Transcends, impossible

15

The model by _________________ is titled ___________________

Abraham Maslow, hierarchy of needs

16

Morality, creativity, spontaneity, problem solving, lack of prejudice, acceptance of facts

Self Actualization

17

The cosmic battle within __________ vs. _____________

Sinful nature, spirit

18

Self-esteem, confidence, achievement, respect of others, respect by others

Esteem

19

Friendship, family, sexual intimacy

Social

20

Security of body, employment, resources, morality, the family, health, property

Safety

21

Breathing, food, water, sex, sleep, homeostasis, excretion

Physiological

22

Explain the two logical fallacies one would find when attempting to follow the principles of the model.

1) how is it possible to contribute to a society where everyone is learning how to be selfish first.
2) wouldn't everyone be in conflict all the time trying to please themselves first.