General revelation is truth that applies to everyone and special revelation is

General revelation is truth that applies to everyone

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General revelation is truth that applies to everyone, and special revelation is truth that applies to a small, select group of people. General revelation is naturalistic, and special revelation is humanistic. General revelation focuses on what can be known through the senses, and special revelation focuses on what can be discovered through ideals and reason. General revelation refers to what God reveals through nature, while special revelation mainly refers to what God reveals through Scripture. Question Points: 2.0 / 2.0 10 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. True False Question Points: 2.0 / 2.0 11 In Raphael's famous painting School of Athens , how are Plato and Aristotle depicted? Plato is pointing up, referring to ideal forms that define universal truths. Aristotle is gesturing horizontally, referring to the belief that particular examples lead to universal truths.
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Plato and Aristotle are both agreeing that universal truths come only from particular examples. Both a) and b) are true. Question Points: 2.0 / 2.0 12 Jesus said that the two great commandments were which of the following?
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