Intro to Philosophy Final 2 Metaphysical & Epistemological

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Intro to Philosophy Final 2 Metaphysical & Epistemological
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Intro to Philosophy Final 2 Metaphysical & Epistemological
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  1. The life, death and resurrection of Jesus provides the only possibility of salvation for human beings.
    Metaphysical
  2. A person must have explicit knowledge of the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus and most explicitly put his or her faith in Jesus in order to be saved.
    Epistemological thesis
  3. Rejects both Metaphysical and Epistemological
    Pluralism
  4. Accepts both Metaphysical and Epistemological
    Exclusivism
  5. Accepts Metaphysical. Rejects epistemological. No one is saved by good acts.
    Inclusivism
  6. Accepts Metaphysical. All people are saved.
    Universalism
  7. State: If the place of one’s birth determines one’s religion, then thesis Metaphysical is false.
    Explain: The place of one’s birth does determine one’s religion.
    Evaluate: Thesis Metaphysical is false.
    Hick’s argument against thesis Metaphysicalism

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