QUIZ 6.docx - QUIZ 6 In Raphaels famous painting School of Athens how are Plato and Aristotle depicted Plato is pointing up referring to ideal forms

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QUIZ 6 In Raphael’s famous painting School of Athens, how are Plato and Aristotle depicted? Plato is pointing up, referring to ideal forms that define universal truths. Aristotle is gesturing horizontally, referring to the belief that particular examples lead to universal truths. According to the textbook, when Jesus said, “I am the way, and the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me” (John 14:6), He meant: That Jesus provides the only path to God. Most views of truth recognize that truth is discerned through: Evidence, reason, and experience. Consider this statement: “Even though a majority of people in the country agree with assisted suicide, this practice is still wrong.” This statement is most consistent with which of the following: Universal Morality Which of the following statements are consistent with a naturalistic worldview? Religious or spiritual evidence is irrelevant. - Nature is the only valid source of truth. - God is not needed to explain the origins and development of life.
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