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Question 1: Omniscience (pronounced /ɒmˈnɪsiəns/)[1] (or ________ in writing) is the capacity to know everything infinitely, or at least everything that can be known about a character including thoughts, feelings, life and the universe, etc.
Literary techniqueNarrative modeShort storyNovel

Question 2: ________ often claims that the very concept of omniscience is inherently contradictory.
PantheismMonotheismTheologyNontheism

Question 3: The God of the ________ is often referred to as "The Great I Am," among other similar names, which also incorporates His omnipresence and omnipotence.
Biblical canonBibleNevi'imChristianity and Judaism

Question 4: It should be added that the above definitions cover what is called ________ (knowing that), as opposed to experiential knowledge (knowing how).
PlatoDescriptive knowledgeCausalityEmpiricism

Question 5: The concepts of omniscience can be defined naively as follows (using the notation of ________):
Modal logicWillard Van Orman QuineAristotleSaul Kripke

Question 6: [2] Certain theologians of the 16th Century, comfortable with the definition of God as being omniscient in the total sense, in order for worthy beings' abilities to choose freely, embraced the doctrine of ________.
First Great AwakeningPredestinationRestorationism (Christian primitivism)Second Great Awakening

Question 7: In monotheism, this ability is typically attributed to ________.
GodNontheismTheologyPantheism







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