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the five senses

Empiricism comes from a Source Authority. What does Empiricism lead me to make a decision based on?

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my intuition, hunches, or feelings

Romanticism comes from a Source Authority. What does Romanticism lead me to make a decision based on?

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Pure reason

Rationalism comes from a Source Authority. What does Rationalism lead me to make a decision based on?

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Pure science

Naturalism comes from a Source Authority. What does naturalism lead me to make a decision based on?

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An institutional authority saying it is so

Authoritarianism comes from a Source Authority. What does Authoritarianism lead me to make a decision based on?

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Creation and the conscience

General Revelation says truth is revealed through...

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Christ in the Scriptures

Specific Revelation says truth is revealed through...

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Real norm

A norm which is actually practiced is a...

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Ideal norm

A norm which is ought to be practiced but generally is not is a...

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Epistemology

Asks, "What is truth?"

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Ethics

It is the science of ideal conduct

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Metaphysics

Attempts to answer questions about existence, theology, property, space, time, causality, and possibility.

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Aesthetics

Asks, “What is beautiful?”

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Politics

The process by which people make decisions, policies, or organize themselves into authoritative social institutions.

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Epistemology

Thinking about thinking

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Politics

The study of the ideal social organization

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Ethics

Asks, “What is the good life?”

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Metaphysics

The search for ultimate reality

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Institution

The truth is what I have been told by those in authority over me

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Mind

What I conclude to be best

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Divine Revelation

God tells me what to do in the Bible

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Mind

Judgments are made by my own intellect

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Experience

I leaned from the examples of others

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Experience

Empiricism

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Mind

Rationalism

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Institution

Authoritarianism

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Mind

Naturalism

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Experience

Romanticism

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Values

Culturally defined standards held by human individuals or groups about what is desirable, proper, beautiful, good or bad that serves as broad guidelines for social life

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Norms

Rules or expectations of conduct which either prescribe a given type of behavior or forbid it

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Laws

A system of constraints on the behavior of individuals and groups in society which is sanctioned and enforced by the state.

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Integrity

Instead of twisting facts and information to my point of view, I am honest enough to admit that they do not prove what I want them to prove.

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Empathy

I try to view things from their point of view even if I disagree with them.

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Courage

Even if my argument is unpopular, I hold to it.

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Perseverance

Even if the answer is difficult to find, I pursue until I find it.

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Sufficiency of scripture

If my answer differs from a clear Bible passage, the fault is in my reasoning.

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Humility

Being willing to admit the flaws in my reasoning, and admitting that someone else's reasoning may be better.

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Fair-mindedness

Viewing all the arguments with a critical mind that has not already arrived at a pre-determined conclusion based on my assumptions and bias.

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Accuracy

I hit the topic that I wanted to discuss exactly.

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Precision

I hit the same topic that I wanted to discuss over and over.

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Relevance

I covered information that was on topic in my argument

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Depth

I went into the necessary detail for this specific topic

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Logicalness

The information that I provided all made sense or followed the line of reasoning it was supposed to follow.

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Clarity

The information/arguments that I provided showed clearly what I wanted them to show.

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Breadth

The information that I provided helped flesh out the argument completely making a more rounded or complete case.

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Fairness

I dealt with all of the arguments/Points of view from everyone before presenting why I made the decision I made.

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Significance

The information showed the gravity or importance of my argument.

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be a Christian

What is the most important thing we must do in order to have a Biblical World View?

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Their beliefs, origins, and timeline

What does a culture’s timeline tell us about that culture?

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James Ussher

What man set the date for Creation in 4004 B.C.?

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John Lightfoot

What man set the date for Creation in 3929 B.C.?

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Roman

Which timeline from around the 1st century A.D. would be based off of a calendar that left 61 days unaccounted for during the winter months?

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Muslim

Which timeline would be based off of the Hegira?

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Chinese

Which timeline would be based off of the birth of Confucius?

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Both the Popes command and the Catholics didn't like Diocletian

Why did Denis the Little decide not to use the current calendar that was widely used?

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Pre-Historic

Early History is sometimes referred to by Evolutionists as…

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How God relates to men and men respond to God

Dispensationalism gives us an overview of what?

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Proleptic

What term describes the “B.C.” side of the “A.D.” calendar?

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It is widely read and accepted, European colonization of the globe cause its usage in global cultures, It is officially recognized by the United Nations

Today we use Denis the Little’s timeline. Why?

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Human Government

Man is to obey God because of man’s fear of human government.

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Innocence

Lack of sin’s corruption.

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Conscience

Man’s disobedience results in the flood

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Promise

Man is promised a redeemer through David.

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Conscience

Tower of Babel

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Church

Pentecost

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Church

Rapture

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Millennium

The kingdom

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Law

The Ten Commandments

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Modern Times

Industrial Revolution

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Early History

Big Bang

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Ancient Times

Egypt of the Pharaoh’s rises up

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Middle Ages

Renaissance

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Modern Times

Conquest of the Americas

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Modern Times

Space Age

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Early History

Spoken Language

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Middle Ages

Mayans

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Middle Ages

Dark Ages in Europe

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Ancient Times

Classical Greece and Rome

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Early History

Emergence/Creation of Humans

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Early History

Tools are used for the first time

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Modern Times

World Wars

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Modern Times

Protestant Reformation

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False

All cultures use the same timeline.

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True

Denis the Little was the first to use the term “Anno Domini.”

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True

Every dispensation has a failure. The main failure of all Dispensations is the failure to believe.

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True

In Dispensationalism, God is working with man in a progressive way.

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True

James Ussher published a chronology of the time and date of creation.

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True

Anno Domini literally translated means, “In the year of our Lord.”

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True

The method of salvation never changes as the dispensations progress.

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True

Evolution would say that man emerged, but a Christian would contend that man was created.

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True

Southern Ocean trade occurred in the Pacific Ocean primarily.

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True

During the Dark Ages in Europe, Islam was rising.

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True

Today we use the Gregorian Calendar because Pope Gregory commissioned Denis the Little to create a new calendar not based on Diocletian.

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False

Denis the Little was famous for how shot he was.

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Trinitarian Monotheism

The belief that God is three persons—the father, the son who is Jesus, and the Holy Spirit which is the spirit of God's grace.

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Agape

The covenant love of God for humans, as well as the human reciprocal love for God; the term necessarily extends to the love of one's fellow man.

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Special Creation

A theological doctrine which states that the universe and all life in it originated in its present form by unconditional fiat or divine decree.

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Mind/Body Dualism (Fallen)

The mind and body, though separate and distinct substances, causally interact. Man’s nature is sinful.

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Sphere Sovereignty

The concept that each sphere (or sector) of life has its own distinct responsibilities and authority or competence, and stands equal to other spheres of life.

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Natural Law

A body of unchanging moral principles, based on a higher power, regarded as a basis for all human conduct.

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