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Have you been taken _____ ?

Captive

2

Examples from secular culture . _____ and ______ philosophies based upon human traditions

Hollow , deceptive

Collisions 2:8

3

Carl sagan's worldview :

"The cosmos is all there ____ or ever ___ ___ or _____

Is, was, ever will be

4

The statement is ______ language, because contained in the statement is the chain that there is _____

Assumption, no god

5

This language is dangerous because beliefs are ____ an ______ without an open , conscious dialogue . Caveat Emptor "____________"

Caught , bought

Let the buyer beware

6

Cosmic cube : it is ______ worldview

Naturalistic

7

Which is a _______ system . Nothing can enter or leave it _____ is excluded

Closed , god

8

Philosophy - the love of _____ quest to discover the ultimate ______

Wisdom , reality

9

Aristotle and Platos philosophic dilemma .

Painting by _______

Raphael

10

Aristotle pointed ____ and believed that you ______ the ______ of the world around you to determine the universal truths and proper ethical response

Down , observed , particulars

11

Plato pointed ____ and believed that you _____ about the world around you to determine ____ of the universal truths and proper ethical responses

Up, think , ideals

12

God revealed himself to us in his _____ and in his ____ (found in his _____)

Creation, revelation, word

13

Competing philosophies

What are you ______ (Romans 14:23)

Eating

14

Materialism

Matter is the only reality

15

Idealism

Ideals are the only reality

16

Empiricism

Knowledge gained by reason

17

Rationalism

Tue knowledge only comes from scientific theory

18

Determinism

No knowledge only stimuli

19

Relativism

No absolutes

20

Mechanism

Realities only exist San an aspect of man

21

Solipsism

Self is everything

22

Subjectivism

Knowledge is dependent in your own experiences

23

Intuitionism

Knowledge comes from an inner source

24

Hendism

Pleasure is good, pain is evil, if it feels good then do it .

25

The implications of following _________ _________

Evolutionary biology

26

No ______ or ______ forces

gods , purposes

27

No ____ after ____

Life , death

28

No ______ for _____

Ultimate foundation , ethics

29

No ultimate ______ in life

Meaning

30

No ____ _____

Free will

31

Lead us to accept the logically contradicting statement - "there is no such concept as ______ "

Absolute

32

The ____ says in their heart there is ___ ____(psalm 14:1)

Fool , no god

33

How people behave

Morals

34

A transcendent norm of behavior (what ought to be)

Ethics

35

When right and wrong is determined by the majorities vote on normal acceptable behavior

Statical ethics

36

The ability To understand the perspective of others so you can relate to then in a loving manner.

Empathy

37

A comprehensive set Of truth claims that purports to paint a picture of reality

Formal worldview

38

The set of individual truth claims that one has embraced a deeply that they believe they reflect what is really real and therefore drive how a individual ____ how they___ and what they ___

Personal worldview , think, act , feel

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Conclusion - renewing your _____ Romans 12:2

Minds

40

Your ___ does not Change until your ___ changes

Life , mind

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Lesson 2 -

______ and ______

Philosophy , ethics