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PHL101 Chap 2 Review

True or False? According to Philo, since the universe is perfectly ordered, the existence of a deity is likely. False
. True or False? Paley says that if we found a watch and examined it closely, we would naturally infer that it had a maker—even if we had never seen a watch made. True
True or False? Hick asserts that it is no limitation on God’s power that he cannot accomplish the logically impossible. True
True or False? Craig says that the anthropic principle supports the idea of intelligent design of the universe. True
True or False? Craig thinks that the cause of the universe must be an accident. False
True or False? Craig believes that the universe is the effect of a plurality of causes. False
. True or False? Scientists and philosophers have no explanation for the existence of the universe. False
True or False? If sound, Aquinas’ arguments prove that the God of traditional religion (an all-knowing, all-good, all-powerful being) exists. False
True or False? Aquinas thinks that an infinite series of causes is repugnant to reason. True
True or False? Paley’s argument, if cogent, proves the existence of the Christian God. False
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