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Made by boiling animal or plant material in water.
On what assumption is the Doctrine of Signatures based? According to the Doctrine of Signatures, what could be done to cure an illness?
6. Why is faith not a good method of determining truth?
7. List six ways man has tried to decide what is true and what is false.
1. List the three major ways that God communicates to all Christians.
2. If someone claims that something is a teaching of God, how can you know if what the person says in truly from God?
3. Some people say that God does not communicate to humans by dream in this present age. Is this true? Why or why not?
Realm of Science
Truth by definition
1. What is revealed truth? What is unrevealed truth?
2. What is the difference between revealed truth and man’s theories? Can a theory become part of revealed truth if enough supporting evidence is obtained? Why or why not?
3. List two ways a theory can be shown to be a fallacy.
4. What types of statements can be true by definition? List several statements that can be considered true by definition.
1. Classify the following statements as either (a) part of revealed truth, (b) possibly part of unrevealed truth, or (c) fallacy, according to how God views truth.
2. Classify the statements given in Question 1 as either (a) revealed truth, (b) theory, (c) fallacy, or (d) truth by definition, according to how man classifies truth.
3. It has been said, “Only what I believe can be true for me.” Can something be true if a person does not have faith to believe it? Give examples to prove your opinion.
4. Give two examples of modern beliefs that are not truth.
5. “The Bible does not deal with modern science; therefore, science is of the Devil.” Give evidence to contradict or support the statement.
6. Physical phenomena (plants, mountains, gravity, animals, life, etc.) cannot be completely defined. Man-made phenomena (numbers, spelling, grammar, etc.) can be defined completely. Explain how the ability to be defined limits man’s ability to know truth.
1. Scientific Method
1. Why is workability an important criterion for scientific knowledge?
2. Why can science not prove a universal statement?
3. What is the different between the term valid and the term proved?
6. Why is a large problem more difficult to deal with than a small one when using the scientific method?
In what way can scientific knowledge aid a person in his worship of the creator?
Science can only describe, not explain. Why is this statement true?
Some people look to science as a god. Since scientists have supplied the knowledge to heal many diseases and to produce many conveniences, many people look to science to solve their problems. Why is this view of science unacceptable to a Christian?
Some Christians turn away from anything that appears scientific. Since they may not understand science and cannot find most scientific facts in the Bible, they believe that science is anti-God. Give five biblically based reasons that these Christians should reconsider their opinions.
1. List and briefly describe the attributes of life.
Why is life best described as a condition?
List several characteristics of physical life and parallel characteristics of spiritual life as presented in Scripture.
Describe how a lens magnifies an image.
What structure of an electron microscope are comparable to the following requirements for the light microscope: (a) light waves (b) lenses (c) viewer’s eye (d) mirror or light source?
Give an example of something that would easily be measured by using each of the following units: meter, centimeter, limeter, micrometer, nanometer, and angstrom.
Why is a description of the structure found in a living organism not adequate to describe life?
What are scientific models, and why do scientists construct them?
Based on an analysis of the attributes of living things, could a robot with highly sophisticated computer attached to it be considered alive? Why or why not?
Why are models important in science? Why can no model be accepted as a completely valid explanation of a phenomenon?
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