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___________ used an appeal to the ___________ of ___________ and ______________ language to state that all human beings are a part of an evolving universe

Sagan, emotion of wonder, assumptive

2

Science- what is __________?

True

3

___________ used an appeal to the ___________ of ___________ and _____________ language to state that not people who are honest will see that the inverse was created

Tacket, emotion of wonder, assumptive

4

The Oxford Dictionary defined __________ as the systematic study of ___________ and behavior of the physical and natural world through ______________ and _______________

Science, structure, observation, experiment

5

Differences in attempting to understand the world through science and philosophy found in __________ painting

Rafael's

6

Used philosophy to understand the world through the study of the realm of the universals

Plato

7

Used science to understand the world through the study of the realm of the particulars

Aristotle

8

Ignoring that the world was Created is the response of man's ___________ _____________

Sinful nature

9

What does Psalm 53 state?

"The fool says in his heart there is no God."

10

What does Romans 1 state?

"Man chose created things rather than the Creator."

11

What is the Great Cosmic question?

Where did the cosmos come from?

12

Where did the cosmos come from?

Option 1- There was a beginning
• Therefore, there was a transcendent Creator
Option 2- They have always existed
• Therefore, it created itself

13

Through scientific study, the Cosmos can...

• Reveal that there is a transcendent Creator
• Reveal that it created itself

14

Scientific Process will reveal scientific _________

Truths (eg. The law of gravity)

15

What is a hypothesis?

an early assumption based upon basic observed data

16

What is a theory?

observations that have confirmed the original assumption

17

The ________ in reality will always match the __________ claim.

Data, truth

18

What is a law?

the observation will always produce the same result

19

__________ argument for design: No one would look at a watch and say that it could be made by anything other than its ____________

Paley's, designer

20

___________ answer in the __________ _______________
• Even though the watch has the appearance that is designed on purpose, it actually has only __________ over time

Dawkins', blind watchmaker, evolved

21

Testing __________ ___________ statement: "Evolution is a fact amply demonstrated by the __________ record and contemporary ________________ ______________"

Carl Sagan, fossil, molecular biology

22

Is there evidence in _____________ of morphological changes to show ____________ _________?

Fossils, missing links

23

______________ stated that there was an estimated 50,000 changes needed to change from a sea creature to a land creature. The fossil record shows ________ of those changes.

Berlinski, two

24

_________ theory of ______________ ________________ states that there were immediate changes in species, that is why there isn't evidence of missing link.

Gould's, punctuated equilibrium

25

___________ theory of __________ _____________ states that the first living cell was placed on earth by __________.

Crick's, directed panspermia, aliens

26

Contemporary _______________ _____________ shows that the _______, once view as a glob of plasma, is actually filled with exquisite machinery, that if even one part is missing the ________ cannot exist.

Molecular biology, cells, cell

27

The video Unlocking the Mysteries of Life, it gave the example of the possibility of creating the complexity of the code of a _________ as being less likely than dropping ___________ ________ on a table and coming up with two lines of _________________.

DNA, scrabble tiles, Shakespeare

28

How long did it take in the evolutionary process for the _________-____________ system to work properly?

Blood clotting

29

____________ ________ quoted Darwin himself in the book "Darwin's __________ _______" to question the validity of evolution.

Michael Behe, Black Box

30

Darwin said "If it could be demonstrated that any complex organ existed which could not possibly have been formed by ____________, _____________, __________ _____________ my theory would absolutely break down."

Numerous, successive, slight modications

31

__________ believed that "one day the Darwinian myth will be ranked as the greatest _________ in the history of __________"

Loutrip, deceit, science

32

Outdated icons of evolution also show that the theory is not holding true:

• Hoxley's ultimate icon of the process of an ape becoming man
• Heckel's embryos proved to be fake
• Homology in vertebrae limbs is used only because they look alike, there's no scientific evidence
• The peppered moths were actually tacked to trees, not an evolved form
• There is no evidence for Darwin's tree of life
• Darwin's finches do not show evolution, but actually on oscillation within the same species depending on the amount of rainfall

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Ultimately, this is a ___________ battle, because _____________ destroys any foundation for a standard of __________ or ____________.

Worldview, evolution, ethics, morality