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Problem of evil: Quiz


Question 1: In ________, the problem of evil is present but does not exist per se as souls are eternal and not directly created by God.
HinduismBuddhismIndian religionsAyyavazhi

Question 2: The ________ from this claim to the judgment that there exists gratuitous evil is inductive in nature, and it is this inductive step that sets the evidential argument apart from the logical argument.
AristotleDeductive reasoningInferenceAvicenna

Question 3: In the philosophy of religion and theology, the problem of evil is the question of whether ________ exists and, if so, why.
Jewish philosophyChristian philosophyEvilMonism

Question 4: The afterlife answer was called “a very curious argument” by the philosopher ________.
AristotleAlfred North WhiteheadBertrand RussellWillard Van Orman Quine

Question 5: Clifford • William L. Rowe • ________ • William Wollaston • more ...
William WhewellImmanuel KantRelationship between religion and scienceAverroes

Question 6: God created an ________ distance (such that God is not immediately knowable) so that we may strive to know him and by doing so become truly good.

Question 7: If unbelief or incorrect beliefs or poor design are considered evils, then the ________, the argument from inconsistent revelations, and the argument from poor design are similar to the problem of evil.
DeismAfterlifeArgument from nonbeliefOntological argument

Question 8: Faith in the Face of Evil, Appendix VI of Kant's Critical Religion, by ________.
Stephen PalmquistImmanuel KantAmerican philosophyChristianity

Question 9: The Problem of Evils & Predestination, (Islam), ________, retrieved 11 June 2007
Ivan AguéliRené GuénonFrithjof SchuonHenry Corbin

Question 10: If there is a belief in ________, possibly including eternal suffering, then the problem of hell is a particularly strong form of the problem of evil.

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