Student Questions for PTMTGE
- Name the two methods of proof.
- What three things do you have to have to use the scientific method?
- Define the 2nd method of proof.
- Why can’t you use the scientific method to prove God’s existence?
- Name some other things that we know exist but cannot use the scientific method to prove that they exist.
- Write out the three steps to the cosmological argument.
- Who made God?
- What is a “suicide” question?
- Why is there only one God?
- Write out the three steps to the teleological argument.
- Give several examples of how the physical constants of the universe support this argument.
- Why is it not possible for the universe to have formed by pure chance?
- Write out the three steps to the moral argument.
- Why is it impossible to deny moral absolutes?
- Why do cultures having different morals does not prove that morals are relative?
- Why do we need a transcendent source for our morals?
- Write out some conclusions that follow if you don’t believe in absolute morals.
- Name and explain the three types of manuscript proofs.
- Briefly explain how the bible compares with secular, historical documents on these three tests.
Old Testament Archaeology Argument:
- Have archaeological discoveries ever disagreed with the bible?
- Give some examples of where the bible and Old Testament archaeology agree.
New Testament Archaeology Argument:
- Give some examples of where the bible and New Testament archaeology agree.
- Define the two different methods of proving something.
- What is ‘scientism’ and why is it not true?
- Define hard evidence and soft evidence.
- List just two examples that prove there is an intelligent designer to our bodies and to our universe.
- What challenge does God give everyone that np other deity does?
- Define the three types of biblical prophecies.
- For prophecy to be reliable, what three factors should it contain?
- Why can prophecy be used to prove the existence of God?
- List three reasons why the psychological argument makes sense.
- List several areas where Christianity has profoundly influenced or changed.