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David Hume, "Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion"

  1. To what object does Cleanthes compare the world?
      a. A clock
      b. A piece of parchment
      c. A candle
      d. A machine
  2. Cleanthes argues that God exists by discussing a particular bodily organ. Which one?
      a. Ear
      b. Eye
      c. Hand
      d. Brain
  3. Which of the following conclusions does Philo come to regarding suffering and the existence of God?
      a. The existence of suffering is compatible with the existence of a loving God.
      b. If suffering exists, then God does not know the future.
      c. The existence of suffering is significant evidence against the existence of God.
      d. God probably has good reasons for allowing suffering in the world.
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