CRST 290 Final Exam

CRST 290 Final Exam Liberty University

Set 1

  1. The main stream of understanding Genesis 1 favored allegorical interpretations of much of Genesis 1 and 2.
  2. Which group is excluded from the “Nature is Designed” bin in the “Who believes what?” video?
  3. Peter Lombard had a clear literal view of Genesis 1.
  4. According to the “Who believes what?” video, old-Earth creation holds that the Earth is billions of years old and God has used evolution to produce life on the planet.
  5. It seems clear that the Bible’s claims have __________ authority compared to observations made by man.
  6. A statement that is considered true before beginning study of some topic is called a(n):
  7. Which of the following is one of the three reasons for studying the creation, as discussed by Dr. Wise:
  8. According to the “Who believes what?” video, which of the following pairs of origins positions are most dissimilar?
  9. God is the best possible witness to events because:
  10. For God to be sustainer means that He keeps the creation in existence at all times.
  11. The multiverse hypothesis assumes that the different laws of chemistry and physics will allow life to exist in each universe.
  12. Due to certain limitations, the historical sciences must use:
  13. A straightforward reading of the Bible indicates that creation took place about ________ years ago.
  14. Which passage of scripture reminds us that God has shown Himself and His attributes to all people?
  15. Physical constants, like the value for the force of gravity or the strength of atomic forces, are have precise, unchanging values. This shows that the universe is fine-tuned for life.
  16. Which discipline below includes primarily historical science methods?
  17. God provided His own witness to the timing of creation. This means that he is not guilty of:
  18. Some radioactive dating methods, like K/Ar (potassium-argon) assume that when lavas first solidify, there is ______ argon. It appears that there is _________ argon when they solidify.
  19. All science disciplines (such as biology, geology, astronomy, physics, etc.) involve repeatable experiments.
  20. Which of the follow is/are reasons to take the creation account in Genesis 1 as historical:
  21. “The Great Unconformity” was viewed in which area in Is Genesis History?
  22. In discussing marriage and divorce with the Pharisees in Matthew 19, Jesus discusses which biblical couple?
  23. In which Epoch of Earth history did the Ice Age occur?
  24. Which expert in Is Genesis History? discussed some of the differences between apes and humans?
  25. Which view is concerned with the origins of the biblical texts?
  26. Gap Theory holds to six 24-hour days of creation.
  27. Which view holds Genesis 1 speaks of 24 hour days but also affirms evolutionary practices?
  28. Ross discussed a pattern in the fossil record that was very unexpected from an old-Earth paradigm. Which of the following was it?
  29. Which of the following old-Earth views originated in the early 1800s?
  30. The name for God used in Genesis 2 when God creates man in His image is:
  31. Which of the following is NOT one of the language-type characteristics of DNA?
  32. Which term refers to structures or features in an organism that appear to be not well-designed?
  33. Biologists often separate species on the basis of whether the individuals in them mate with each other.
  34. What is the Hebrew word that is translated as “man”?
  35. The Anthropic Principle tells us that :
  36. Natural selection cannot produce new species.
  37. Which scientist coined the term “baramin” (“created kind”)?
  38. The nucleotides of DNA are grouped into three-letter combinations called:
  39. Which of the following is NOT one of the evidences presented by BioLogos for evolution?
  40. Does BioLogos believe that God is the Creator of our world?
  41. An Evolutionary Creation view of origins requires:
  42. A belief in a historical Adam is a relatively new view developed in the Enlightenment.
  43. The presence of non-functional genes is an argument for evolution and common ancestry.
  44. BioLogos believes that the issue of creation is not a core doctrine of the Christian faith.
  45. BioLogos suggests that a stylistic reading of Genesis 1 is preferred over a literal reading because:
  46. Which of the following is NOT of the ways that BioLogos believes evolution resonates with Christian theology?
  47. Which group of skulls shows the greatest similarity to our own species (Homo sapiens).
  48. Carbon-14 leaves your body through:
  49. The term “firmament” means that there was a canopy of water, vapor, or ice over the Earth.
  50. Which of the following biological effects did NOT come about after the Fall?
  51. The Book of Genesis tells us that the Edenian Epoch lasted 40 years.
  52. Carbon-14 decays by half at what rate?
  53. The Second Law of Thermodynamics was introduced at the Fall.
  54. Which types of rocks are formed by the settling of sand, silt, or mud, which then harden to layers of stone?
  55. Mound-shaped structures composed of alternating layers of bacteria and sediment are called:
  56. A fault or crack in the earth’s rocks is older than the rocks it breaks.
  57. What type of modern bird was featured in the video on dinosaurs and birds with Dr. Ross?
  58. A ________________ structure is one that has a reduced function from the same structure in a similar organism or fossil.
  59. The discovery of proteins in fossil bones is excellent evidence for that bone being only thousands of years old.
  60. What is the 3-letter term for mobile genetic material that may have aided in post-Flood speciation?
  61. There is evidence that the dinosaur Velociraptor had feathers.
  62. Which of the following is NOT one of the evidences put forth for moving ocean crust?
  63. Dinosaurs are part of a larger group of animals called:
  64. The ocean crust is primarily composed of a rock called:
  65. Which group of dinosaurs is claimed to have feathers?
  66. In the “CROPS” of creation “O” stands for Origins.
  67. Which New Testament passage told early believers that scoffers willingly forget that God created the world and judged it with a flood?
  68. The creation psalms address which of the following “creation roles” of God?
  69. The Exodus envisions are creation of a nation.
  70. The Sabbath was for livestock.
  71. Apes are first found in the fossil record after (above) the first human fossils.
  72. What do the new heavens and new earth (Isaiah 11, 65) suggest about creation?
  73. affirmed
  74. The seven-day week follows the phases of the moon.
  75. The various races of people (both living today and others now gone) can be traced back most recently to which event?

Set 2

  1. Science primarily developed in which location?
  2. A statement that is considered true before beginning study of some topic is called a(n):
  3. For God to be sustainer means that He keeps the creation in existence at all times.
  4. A _______________ is a carefully defined and trained way of thinking about something.
  5. According to the “Who believes what?” video, which of the following pairs of origins positions are most similar?
  6. God, as a rational creator, has communicated in which of the following ways:
  7. Many Reformation theologians wrote that there was no way to reconcile the early chapters of Genesis with their scientific understandings.
  8. A method of interpreting scripture based on consistency, context, and author’s intent is called the interpretive framework method.
  9. Taking a face-value reading of the genealogies of Adam through Noah in Genesis, people lived:
  10. There are no known Early Church authors who believed that the Earth was older than 10,000 years.
  11. In a discussion of the creation of the sun, it was mentioned that light from the sun’s surface takes __________ to reach Earth.
  12. Which time period has no connection to the movement of Earth through space, or of other heavenly bodies with respect to earth?
  13. Which of the following is an argument that the Earth is not as old as often assumed?
  14. Physical constants, like the value for the force of gravity or the strength of atomic forces, can fluctuate significantly. This shows that the universe is fine-tuned for life.
  15. God provided His own witness to the timing of creation. This means that he is not guilty of:
  16. Which of the following is an example of a miracle that included creating something that looked older than it really was:
  17. Some radioactive dating methods, like K/Ar (potassium-argon) assume that when lavas first solidify, there is ______ argon. It appears that there is _________ argon when they solidify.
  18. A straightforward reading of the Bible indicates that creation took place about ________ years ago.
  19. What is the age of the universe according to Big Bang cosmology?
  20. Which discipline below includes primarily historical science methods?
  21. Which expert in Is Genesis History? discussed some of the differences between apes and humans?
  22. In the movie Is Genesis History? Dr. Stephen Boyd pointed out the evidence for rapid sedimentation at a dinosaur dig site.
  23. Which expert in Is Genesis History? talked about how the Hebrew language pointed to “yom” being a 24-hour day?
  24. According to creation-based scientific studies, Neanderthals appear to be humans (descendants of Adam and Eve).
  25. Which of the following is NOT one of the ways that Noah is compared to Adam?
  26. Which expert in Is Genesis History? described the complexity of DNA in four dimensions?
  27. The Flood narrative is balanced in a Hebrew writing method called a merism.
  28. “The Great Unconformity” was viewed in which area in Is Genesis History?
  29. The Epoch of time after the Fall but before Noah’s Flood is called the:
  30. Which scientist and Jesuit priest believed that God created groups of life separate from others and allowed for limited evolution within those groups?
  31. Soil bacteria were created on creation day 3.
  32. The idea that a developing organism follows a path similar to its supposed evolutionary history is called:
  33. In non-bacterial life forms (plants, animals, fungi), DNA is found in the cell nucleus.
  34. Jewish tradition has often interpreted God’s statement “Let us make man in our image, after our likeness” as being:
  35. It appears that nature is built so that there is:
  36. Three from the following (M. Ross video “What Darwin Got Right”)
    Which of the following were two of the squirrel species discussed in Dr. Ross’ video?
  37. Besides squirrels, what other group of animals did Dr. Ross discuss and show in the video “What Darwin Got Right”?
  38. Species from one organisms can only breed with other members of other species, and cannot be cross-bred with other species or genera.
  39. According to BioLogos, which evidence points to annual records going back to 700,000 years ago?
  40. BioLogos refers to the Bible and nature as two _________.
  41. Which argument is used to argue that Adam is a real historical individual?
  42. All of the ape-like creatures have a formen magnum located at a 45-degree at the back of their skull.
  43. Which statement reflects what BioLogos believes the Bible is telling us about creation?
  44. Humans and great apes have the same number of chromosomes (24 pairs).
  45. Jesus’ statement that the mustard is the smallest of all seeds is given as an example by BioLogos of a factually incorrect statement in the Bible.
  46. In which New Testament passage is Jesus compared to Adam, as the one man whose brings life after the sin of the first man brought death?
  47. The “big hole” where the spinal cord enters the skull is called the:
  48. What is the name of the continental configuration that likely existed during the Edenian Epoch.
  49. Prior to the Fall, it appears that there was some kind of law in the universe for the recycling of energy.
  50. The result of the Fall on man was:
  51. A fault or crack in the earth’s rocks is older than the rocks it breaks.
  52. Using radioactive isotopes to date rocks is a form of ___________ time dating.
  53. Geologists are able to directly date fossils and determine its numerical age (such as 68 million years or 150 million years).
  54. The destruction of the floating forest biome during the Flood can explain:
  55. Carbon dating of fossils have shown that the fossils are much younger than assumed by old-Earth geologists.
  56. The river that flowed out of Eden split into how many rivers?
  57. Which type of crust is able to subduct (sink) into the mantle?
  58. Impressions, trackways, and footprints are considered fossils.
  59. “________________” diversification is the term used to describe the rise of new species within a created kind.
  60. Darwin and modern evolutionists expect that transitional fossils will be __________.
  61. The oceans of the Post-Flood Epoch started out:
  62. According to young-Earth creation views, most fossils:
  63. Which of the following is NOT considered one of the evidences for bio-evolutionary theory?
  64. What are the two sources of water mentioned in the Flood account in Genesis?
  65. What is the 3-letter term for mobile genetic material that may have aided in post-Flood speciation?
  66. Which genetic process was likely most influential in the development of various races/people groups after Babel?
  67. Wise suggests that people after the Flood were both of one language and also of one worldview or perspective.
  68. Even before God made humans, He knew that Adam would sin and that He would send Jesus as a sacrifice for sin.
  69. The various races of people (both living today and others now gone) can be traced back most recently to which event?
  70. Ross studied in the field of:
  71. The dispersal of people from Babel likely happened during the life of which person named in the genealogy of Genesis 10?
  72. Peter argued that we can know God will judge the world in the future because He judged Israel and had them taken captive.
  73. Paul presented the Gospel to Greek philosophers in the city of:
  74. The Flood narrative envisions are recreation of the world.
  75. Which New Testament passage told early believers that scoffers willingly forget that God created the world and judged it with a flood?
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