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Bible Quiz


What does Chopra mean by “Jesus is in trouble”? People are devoted to a mythical Jesus.
What does Chopra mean when he calls Jesus a ‘savior’? Jesus intended to save the world by showing others the path to God-consciousness.
Chopra does not believe in the Second Coming of Christ, but what does he mean when he speaks about Jesus’ ‘Third Coming’? It's finding God-consciousness through your own efforts in the present. The second coming postpones what needs to happen now.
To the New Spirituality, what is God? a. God is an impersonal force. b. Pantheism: everything is God. c. God is not separate from us as an identifiable sentient being with personality. d. Jesus is an example of living, like a god, but he is not a Savior.
To the New Spirituality, what is self? a. Good thoughts produce good energy, bad thoughts produce bad energy. (Karma) b. Get your butt up early and ask Mr. Neubauer before school and leave time to study.
Modernism (the period prior to WWI and WWII) placed a trust in science and technology to create three things; what were they? a. Create abundance b. Create ease and comfort. c. Create peace among all nations.
Postmodernism is a mistrust in science and technology to do 5 things; what are they? a. Science to explain big questions or solve large problems. b. Authority c. language, history, and culture d. existence of truth e. Religion to explain big questions or solve large problems.
What are some examples of things postmodernism mistrusts? Why? Catholic Church, metanarratives, AI, genetic research, Internet, surveillance, information gathering, GMOs, etc. They did not the goals of modernism.
What are the three historical events that eventually pushed America into a more postmodern worldview? 1. WWI & WWII used science to create weapons. 2. The development of the atomic bomb. 3. The Cold War
Seven Assumptions of Postmodernism (1-2) 1. All we can know is if our individual experiences are true for us. Universal truth does not exist. 2. Reason is subjective. A thing is reasonable only if we find it to be reasonable.
Seven Assumptions of Postmodernism (3-5) 3. Objective knowledge is a myth. We are situated (stuck, trapped) in our experiences. 4. No single worldview can explain how complicated the world is. 5. There is no God to give meaning. We draw meaning only from our personal experiences.
Seven Assumptions of Postmodernism (6-7) 6. Societies or communities are biased, and shaped according to their view of reality. 7. No one is neutral. Our culture, language, history, and gender color how we see everything.
What does modern art ‘preach’? How does modern art express postmodernism’s views on self, reality, truth, etc? How do 4’33”, Nude Descending Staircase, and Picasso’s The Brothel of Avignon express the ideas of postmodernism? Get your butt out of bed and ask Mr. Neubauer.
Understand Francis Schaeffer’s four standards of judging art. 1. technical excellence 2. validity (honest to himself, not money or acceptance) 3. intellectual content, the world view which comes through (aligns with creator's worldview) 4. the integration of content and vehicle (fits the medium)
Postmodern worldview on authority (Pt 1) Authority must not be authenticated (validated, empowered, trusted), but resisted where appropriate, because all authority is derived from a distortion of gender roles, or it is merely the product of repressive family, local, ethnic, racial, or national
Postmodern worldview on authority (Pt 2) culture. Authority is an illusion.
Christian worldview on authority a. God has established authority b. To rebel against authority is to rebel against God c. Submit to authority as a matter of conscience and submission to God
Postmodern worldview on self (Pt 1) External restrictions impede one’s ability to experience personal autonomy; freedom to choose one’s own identity supersedes all external voices or imposed narratives. We are just an ever-evolving, sexual, social animal. We are socially ‘constructed.’ We
Postmodern worldview on self (Pt 2) have no central personality, but we are a multiplicity of ‘selves.’
Christian worldview on self Self is not created or identified through self’s imagination, impulses, or preferences, but by God through Christ’s death and resurrection.
Postmodern worldview on reality (Pt 1) It is impossible to know if anything is real. Our perception of what is real is distorted by our culture, family, religion, race, ethnicity, history, and language. Our ideas do not correspond to what actually exists. Reality will have to be what we decide
Postmodern worldview on reality (Pt 2) it is, in whatever moment we happen to be in. Anything goes.
Christian worldview on reality The earth is real. We can perceive real things about it. Human existence is real because we inhabit real time and real space. We can know God because God knows us.
How does Romans 13.1-7 conflict with the postmodern concept of authority? Postmodernism says resist authority while Christianity says obey authority.
How could a postmodernist take issue with Jesus’ choice of words in John 15.17? Get your butt out of bed and ask Mr. Neubauer.
How is the idea of self in Psalm 139 largely different from the postmodern view of self? In Psalm 139 who is the author of our self? Postmodernists think they should be able to create who they are, but Psalm 139 says that God created who they are. God.
How does Jesus’ words in Luke 9.23-27 deal with the idea of self? We cannot create our own identity if we are truly a Christian.
The postmodern view states we cannot know if reality is real. Paul disagrees. What does he write in Ephesians 1.15-23 that it is possible for us to know? Get your butt out of bed and ask Mr. Neubauer.
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