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Leap of faith: Quiz


Question 1: One of these is the belief that there existed a being (________) who is both 100% man and 100% God.
GospelNew TestamentNew Testament view on Jesus' lifeJesus

Question 2: ________ maintains that the transition from one quality to another can take place only by a "leap" (Thomte 232).
Georg Wilhelm Friedrich HegelImmanuel KantRené DescartesSøren Kierkegaard

Question 3: For instance ________ argues against the idea that Christianity requires a "leap of faith," (as the term is most commonly understood).
Mere ChristianityThe Lion, the Witch and the WardrobeThe Great DivorceC. S. Lewis

Question 4: One of Lewis' arguments is that ________, a basic tenet of Christianity, can be logically inferred based on a teleological argument regarding the source of human reason.

Question 5: It is important to understand that Kierkegaard felt a leap of faith was necessary in accepting ________ due to the paradoxes that exist in Christianity.
BaptistChristianityChristian denominationEcumenism

Question 6: It is an act commonly associated with religious belief as many religions consider ________ to be an essential element of piety.

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