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Question 1   Nihilistic Philosophy is also know as hedonism, in which pleasure, especially of  physical, sensual type, is almost considered god. Response: False Edit Question 2   As God’s stewards we have power to rule and subdue God's creation. Response: True Edit Question 3   Nihilistic Philosophy teaches that nothing is more important than material possessions. Response: True Edit Question 4   Authentic freedom is the freedom for growing as full persons and children of God. Response: True Edit Question 5   Fundamental Freedom demands more personal involvement because it is already “the  freedom to decide about oneself”. Response: True Edit Question 6   Fundamental Freedom is a trivial choice that we make in life which does not involve us  at deepest levels of our moral being. Response: False
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Edit Question 7   “The more one does what is GOOD, the freer one becomes”.
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