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12th Worldviews (Underwood) Mid-Term
|Greek name for the Hebrew Ten Commandments
|Hebrew name for the first five books of the Bible
|Hebrew Name for God
|French reformer who set up a theocracy in Geneva
|English reformer who set up the Church of England
|German reformer who nailed up the 95 theses to the Church doors at Wittenburg, Germany on Oct 31, 1519
|a more common name for Cosmic Humanism
|centers for Secular Humanists to gather and discuss ideas
|God’s communication about Himself to all peoples at all times in all places
|God’s particular manifestations about Himself that are available now only through consultation of the sacred Scriptures
|means 'one who submits'
|the idea that all religions should be tolerated because no particular one can be correct
|the belief that the whole earth and the whole universe is really one organism
|old way of doing things
|new way of doing things
|compromised way of doing things
|the belief that a writing should not be studied for what it was intended but is open completely to however the reader wishes to read it
|Origin of Morality, according to Christians
|from God's character
|Second Law of Thermodynamics
|while the amount of energy in the universe is always the same, the amount of usable energy is always decreasing
|'species between species'
|Secular Humanism's Theology
|Cosmic Humanism's Theology
|Secular Humanism's Philosophy
|Cosmic Humanism's Philosophy
|Secular Humanism's Ethics
|Cosmic Humanism's Ethics
|Young Earth Creationism
|Belief that the Earth is 6,000 – 10,000 years old.
|Belief that the Earth was created over six large periods of time.
|Belief that there are two creation accounts found in Genesis.
|Belief that God used the natural processes of evolution to create the universe.