Flashcards in The Truth Project Lesson 1-3 Quiz Deck (51):
Jesus came into the world to do what?
Bring grace and truth
Man exchanged the truth of God for what?
What is the Cosmic Battle?
Spirit of Truth vs Spirit of Lies
In the Cosmic Battle, what represented selfishness?
Spirit of Lies
In the Cosmic Battle, what represents service?
Spirit of Truth
Fill in the blanks of the Cosmic Battle:
A. Unity vs __________
B. _________ vs Unification
C. _________ vs Jealousy
D. Responsibility vs ________
E. Authority vs ____________
F. ___________ vs Tyranny
G. __________ vs bondage
What kind of battle is the Cosmic Battle?
What three personal character traits are observed when you love by the Spirit of truth?
What three personal character traits are observed when one lives by the spirit of lies?
3. Cannot be trusted
When Satan lies, what is he doing?
Speaking his native language
Every sin that besets us can be traced back to our belief in what?
Our belief in a lie
What is revealed behind every truth claim of God?
What do our actions reflect?
What we really believe
What is the definition of Common Insanity?
Losing touch with reality
What is the primary reason we do not hear from God?
We do not belong to God
People who are living outside of truth are considered what?
Who said that "the cosmos is all there is, or ever was, or ever will be"?
What is the name given to the naturalistic worldview in which all things are enclosed within the natural physical world?
Who made a famous worldview painting illustrating how two famous philosophers explained how truth came fine naturalistic worldview?
Which philosopher in the painting believed that truth was derived from observation?
Which philosopher in the painting believe that truth was derived form the pursuit of high or lofty ideals?
What are statistical ethics?
The majority determines if an act is right or wrong
What is the philosophy that states there is no absolute truth from which we can determine right from right?
Romans 12:2 advises us that our life cannot change until what changes?
The belief that the mind is the only reality and objects exists only as an aspect of what the mind is aware of?
The belief that matter is the only reality?
The belief in the pursuit of pleasure and avoidance of pain?
The belief that knowledge only comes from experience?
The belief that their isn't any knowledge, only reactions to stimuli?
The belief the knowledge only comes form scientific study?
The belief that knowledge comes primarily from your "inner sense"?
The belief that there are no absolutes?
The belief that ideas are the only reality?
The consequences of believing in Evolutionary Biology:
1. There is no ultimate foundation for __________.
2. There is no _____ after _______.
2. Life , death
The cosmic battle within ____________ vs _____________.
Holy Spirit vs Human Sinful Nature
The problem with Evil is the question of wether it even ______.
(Biblical worldview):Truth- Based Upon ______ _______.
(Biblical worldview):Essence- made in ______ _______.
(Biblical worldview):Moral State- we are _________
(Biblical worldview):Need- _______________
To be redeemed
(based upon evolutionary belief) Cosmic cube- based upon _________ ________
(based upon evolutionary belief): Essence- we are a _______ _________
(based upon evolutionary belief): moral state- we are ______
(based upon evolutionary belief): need- to save _________ by _________ ourselves.
The philosopher __________ stated that the chains which keep humanity in bondage is _________ _________.
That philosopher promoted this, because he believed it was the only place in which the context for the language of ______ and ______ existed.
The secular response to the concept of "evil" is that it is a ____________ abnormality that _________ will discover solutions to.
Furthermore, the secular response states that "evil" is really just caused by sick people who are the product of a sick ___________.
Who is the individual that criticized secular morality by stating that their virtue is in only pleasing themselves and defining good as being loyal to oneself?
The person stated that the only way to make your life meaningful was to believe in something that __________ yourself. Which was __________ to do when "I" is the center of one's life.