Anselm Multiple Choice Quiz

Anselm Multiple Choice Quiz - Anselm Quiz Anselm :...

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Anselm Quiz Anselm : Proslogion 1. When Anselm urges us to "enter into the chamber" a. he is referring to the heart. b. he is referring to his bedroom. c. he is referring to church. d. he is referring to the mind. e. all of the above. f. two of the above. g. none of the above. 2. Anselm a. acknowledges that God was created in man’s image. b. does not acknowledge that he was created in God’s image. c. acknowledges that he was created in God’s image. d. acknowledges that he was created in God’s and man’s image. e. all of the above. f. two of the above. g. none of the above. 3. Anselm believes that a. his understanding is powerful enough to understand God. b. his belief is powerful enough to understand God. c. his understanding is not powerful enough to understand God. d. his understanding is sometimes powerful enough to understand God and sometimes not. e. none of the above. 4. Anselm is concerned with a. constructing a deductive argument that proves God’s existence. b. constructing a single argument that proves that God exists. c. constructing an argument by chaining together many subarguments that prove that God exists. d. constructing an inductive argument that proves God’s existence. e. two of the above. 5. Anselm uses a . understanding to justify belief. b. emotions to justify belief. c. reason to justify belief. d. belief to justify emotion. e. belief to justify understanding. 6. Anselm uses believe a. as the basis for emotion. b. as the basis for reason. c. as the basis for belief. d. as the basis for understanding.
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e. all of the above. f. two of the above. g. none of the above. 7. What is the Credo ut intelligam? a. understand in order to believe b. reason in order understand c. understand in order to reason d. believe in order to understand. e. two of the above. f. none of the above. 8. What is an infinite regress? a. things go forward forever. b. things go up forever. c. things go down forever. d. things go backwards forever.
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