Study Guide for Quiz 1

Study Guide for Quiz 1 - HUMA 201(A) Study Guide for Quiz #...

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HUMA 201(A) Study Guide for Quiz # 1 Define: Anthropology - the science that deals with societies’ origin, nature, significance, and purpose Autonomy -dominates the Western mind, replaced the Judeo Christian God as the single most important world view issue Christian theism- the belief in God and the Bible Christocentric - Christ at the center of something Consummation - the Coming of Christ Cosmology - the study of the world or cosmos- its character, origin, etc Epistemology - any examination of ethic, while related to our views of man and God Ethics - the study of right and wrong moral behavior ex nihilo - out of nothing imago dei - image of God Immanent - close at hand; concerned about, involved with, and intervenes with creation Infinite - immeasurably great Metaphysics - the science involving cosmology, anthropology, and epistemology Monotheism - the doctrine or belief that there is only one God Sovereign - his dominion is total he wills as he chooses and carries out all that he wills Transcendent
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/21/2008 for the course HUMA 201 taught by Professor Kemeny during the Spring '08 term at Grove City.

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