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Existence of God: Quiz


Question 1: However, since an assessment of the weight of evidence depends on the ________ that is assigned to each worldview, arguments that a theist finds convincing may seem thin to an atheist and vice-versa.
Bayesian probabilityKullback–Leibler divergenceLikelihood functionPrior probability

Question 2: The fruits, according to him, then, must be administered through the action of a conscious agent, namely, a supreme being (________).
Achintya Bheda AbhedaSvayam BhagavanIshvaraBrahman

Question 3: Hindus argue that one of the proofs of the existence of God is the law of ________.

Question 4: [30] God's existence, then, cannot be proven (Jacobi, like ________, rejected the absolute value of the principle of causality), it must be felt by the mind.
Georg Wilhelm Friedrich HegelRené DescartesImmanuel KantDavid Hume

Question 5: The ________ school, one of six orthodox schools of Hindu philosophy, states that one of the proofs of the existence of God is karma; [25] It is seen that some people in this world are happy, some are in misery.
NyayaMimāṃsāNyāya SūtrasAdi Shankara

Question 6: For example, ________ and his philosophical followers use the term 'God' in a particular philosophical sense, to mean (roughly) the essential substance/principles of nature.
Baruch SpinozaImmanuel KantMonismRené Descartes

Question 7: Many modern ________ theologians follow in Schleiermacher's footsteps, and teach that the existence of God cannot be demonstrated; certainty as to this truth is only furnished us by inner experience, feeling, and perception.
BaptistChristian denominationProtestantismChristianity

Question 8: Religious belief from revelation or enlightenment (satori) can fall into either the first category, ________ knowledge, if rooted in deduction or personal revelation, or the second, a priori class of knowledge, if based on introspection.
Immanuel KantA priori and a posterioriCausalityDeterminism

Question 9: Another argument attacks the existence of an ________ god who has free will directly in arguing that the will of God himself would be bound to follow whatever God foreknows himself doing in eternity future.
Argument from free willMonotheismOmniscienceOmnipotence

Question 10: The ________ conclusion is that the arguments indicate there is insufficient reason to believe that any gods exist.
David HumeRelationship between religion and scienceNontheismAtheism

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