cwv topic 6 review.docx - Topic 6 Review 1 Read the Ten Commandments in Exodus 20 a Briefly list the commandments 1 You shall not have any other God 2

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Topic 6 Review 1. Read the Ten Commandments in Exodus 20. a. Briefly list the commandments. 1. You shall not have any other God 2. Do not worship other idols 3. Don’t misuse the Lord’s name 4. Keep the Sabbath Day holy 5. Honor your father and mother 6. Do not murder 7. Do not commit adultery 8. Do not steal 9. Do not give false testimony 10. Do not envy b. How do the first four commandments differ from the last six? The first four commandments are about our Lord and what we should and should not do, whereas the last six are commandments in which we should not do with ourselves. 2. Read the Beatitudes, the blessings of Jesus in the opening verses of the Sermon on the Mount in Matthew chapter 5:1-12. Which one is repeated and emphasized? Those who are persecuted will inherit the kingdom of Heaven 3. From the lecture, what two commandments did Jesus say are the greatest? To love God and love your neighbor 4. From the lecture and textbook, write out the short quote that philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche made famous about truth. “There is no truth, only interpretations.” 5. From the textbook, describe how Raphael, in his great painting School of Athens , depicted Plato and Aristotle. Plato and Aristotle are depicted front and center, with Plato pointing up and Aristotle pointing horizontally. This indicates two ways of understanding truth. Plato's method points to God as the knower of all absolutes (ultimate truths are, therefore, present), while Aristotle's method indicates that truth is observed through interaction with the world and its circumstances and time period.
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