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1. Which of the following is noted for spiritualism but not for belief in a personal God?2. Which of the following worldview families would see the universe as a closed system?3. Which one of the worldview elements listed below deals with questions like, "Why are wehere?" and "What should we be doing with our lives?" 4. In which of the following do people evaluate their worldview based on faith and reason?5. Chapter 1 of our textbook says that "worldview relates to the whole person." Assuming this is true, which of the following must also be true?6. Which of the following is NOT used in the textbook as an analogy for a worldview? 7. Which one of the worldview elements listed below deals with issues related to the existence (or nonexistence) of God? 8. Which of the following worldview tests evaluates evidences and experiences to seeif the worldview matches with reality?
The Correspondence Test9. All worldviews are private. There is no such thing as a shared worldview.10. What makes up our worldview?11. Which of the following believes God exists but is uninvolved in human affairs?12. Which one of the following would be considered a shared worldview belief for Christianity?13. Which of the following worldview tests evaluates a worldview's livability?14. Which worldview family does not believe in anything supernatural?
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New Testament, Sin, Original sin, Adam and Eve, Shuster, following worldview families