CWV 101 - Topic 6 Quiz.docx - What is the difference between general revelation and special revelation General revelation refers to what God reveals

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What is the difference between general revelation and special revelation? General revelation refers to what God reveals through nature, while special revelation mainly refers to what God reveals through Scripture. The Sermon on the Mount (Matt. 5-7) begins with the Beatitudes. Which of these blessings is most emphasized by Jesus? Blessed are those who are persecuted for righteousness. Christians do not think that suffering compromises a belief in God's goodness and power because: All of the above How do the first four of the Ten Commandments differ from the last six? The first four describe our duty to God and the remaining six our duty to people. The term theodicy is defined as: The Christian defense of God's infinite goodness and power, despite the presence of evil and suffering According to the Christian worldview, a lot of suffering happens because God's attention is occupied elsewhere and so he is not able to take care of every individual's problems.
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