The faith of many religions is centred on a god or gods. For most Christians, one God is represented by three distinct aspects, which make up the Holy Trinity.
What is an atheist?
Someone who believes in a God
Someone who does not believe in a God
Someone who says that the existence of God can neither be proved nor disproved
What is the Trinity?
Three persons in one God
Three totally separate gods
God, the Devil and Mary
What does omnipotent mean with reference to God?
God is all-good
God is all-knowing
God is all-powerful
Which text is the main source of authority for Christians?
What is a creed?
A statement of Christian beliefs
A book of teachings
A book of prayers
What is the first cause argument for the existence of God?
Nothing needs explaining
The fact that people have religious experiences proves that there is a God
There has to be a first uncaused cause for everything, and this is God
Which of these statements supports the design argument for the existence of God?
Everything has evolved naturally by chance
Everything is so complex that there has to be one designer of everything
Complexity does not necessarily mean there is design
How does the argument for the existence of God from religious experience work?
Everyone has religious experiences so there is nothing unique about them
Anyone can have a religious experience using alcohol
Religious experiences are unique for each individual and therefore there must be a God to give these experiences
Which of these statements supports the moral argument for the existence of God?
Humans have the capacity to act morally so there must be a lawgiver (God) who created them this way
People thoughout the world have different sets of right and wrong actions
Morality is just what society tells us to do
What is absolute truth?
Something that depends on what people are willing to accept
Something that changes depending on the situation
Something that cannot change regardless of the situation