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Question 1: ________ in his Metaphysics argues for the existence of an "unmoved mover", an argument taken up in medieval scholastics.
EmpiricismBertrand RussellAristotlePlato

Question 2: Geology and Mineralogy considered with reference to Natural Theology, by ________, D.D.
Thomas Henry HuxleyRoderick MurchisonCharles LyellWilliam Buckland

Question 3: Babbage, C., The Ninth Bridgewater Treatise; Murray, 1837 (reissued by ________, 2009; ISBN 9781108000000)
EnglandCambridge University PressAuthorized King James VersionOxford University Press

Question 4: The ________ are lectures established by the will of Adam Lord Gifford.
William JamesPaul TillichGifford LecturesJohn Polkinghorne

Question 5: Animal and Vegetable Physiology, Considered with Reference to Natural Theology Animal and Vegetable Physiology considered with reference to Natural Theology, by ________.
SwitzerlandPeter Mark RogetMedicineLondon

Question 6: ________ wrote Execreitationes aliquot metaphysicae de Deo (1637) and spoke often of natural theology during the reign of Charles II.
Thomas Barlow (bishop)John Hudson (classicist)John RouseBodley's Librarian

Question 7: Pickering, 1834 (reissued by ________, 2009; ISBN 9781108000086)
Cambridge University PressEnglandAuthorized King James VersionOxford University Press

Question 8: Astronomy and General Physics considered with reference to Natural Theology, by ________, D.
William WhewellImmanuel KantAverroesRelationship between religion and science

Question 9: Pickering, 1833 (reissued by ________, 2009; ISBN 9781108000123)
EnglandCambridge University PressAuthorized King James VersionOxford University Press

Question 10: The Adaptation of External Nature to the Moral and Intellectual Condition of Man, by ________, D.
ScotlandThomas ChalmersAdam SmithCharles Darwin







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