- 1 Liberty RLGN 104 Test 2 Answers Complete Solutions
- 1.1 STATUS
Liberty RLGN 104 Test 2 Answers Complete Solutions
Complete many different versions to get an A on your grade!
The below shown is just one version sample.
Download it for more and ace on your quizzes and exams!
A person sometimes uses a logical fallacy if he/she realizes his/her argument is weak.
Man cannot know that God exists through his use of reason.
The Argument from Design, observes nature, and concludes that it demonstrates randomness rather than intentionality or a plan.
“Evidence does not exist to prove humans were created by God therefore man was not created by God” is an example of:
Selective Perception is arguing a point by selecting and presenting only the evidence that supports one’s current position or opinion.
An argument is an attempt to offer evidence to demonstrate the soundness of an opinion.
“Raising an irrelevant issue to divert attention from the primary issue” is which of the following Informal Logical Fallacies:
Name: Jennifer Lucas
Status: Online ⬤
Classes Taken: 3878
Making a judgment on the basis of one or even a few samples is what type of fallacy?
People from the city of ________________ were noted in the Bible as being of “noble character”, because they went to the scriptures to see if what Paul was saying was true.
“Mom, may I have a smart phone?” All of my friends have one” is an example of:
A person can know about God through:
According to Powell the “Big Bang theory” fails to address the issue of sufficient cause.
When a shooting takes place at a school, arguing that the reason it occurred was because of gun laws alone is what type of fallacy?
“I cannot be a Christian because all Christians are hypocrites” is an example of:
The Thomist (Thomas Aquinas) Argument for God’s existence begins with his view on:
The word “cosmos” is a Greek word that refers to:
Accepting the opinions of others as one’s own opinion without applying critical thinking skills to that opinion is what type of decisionmaking
Which of the following is not an example of a formal fallacy: