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Unformatted text preview: Christ, they come into play many times when our faith in God is tested. Religious convictions are present in everyday life as they drive our moral convictions and what we do. Assertions are an important part of the empiricist’s view different religions have different assertions. Assertions lead to religions convictions. Assertions set a moral principle and lead to moral assertion. The intent of assertions is that they do not need to seek approval. There are two different ways to accept assertions the first and most accepted is the connective theory, which is where you act on your beliefs. In the connective theory there are no gaps when declaring what you feel needs to be done. Therefore, the empiricist’s view though one similar to an atheist in that you need hear, see, touch, etc, to feel or believe anything. Religious convictions and moral assertions and convictions all stem from this belief....
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course PHI 337 taught by Professor Twaddell during the Spring '08 term at Thomas More KY.
- Spring '08