CRST 290 Quiz 2

CRST 290 Quiz 2 Liberty University

  1. To exist, a universe such as ours requires a creator that is:
  2. In a discussion of the creation of the sun, it was mentioned that light from the sun’s surface takes __________ to reach Earth.
  3. Which passage of scripture reminds us that God has shown Himself and His attributes to all people?
  4. The Big Bang Theory predicted that the universe would expand.
  5. Creationist D. Russell Humphreys successfully predicted that be magnetic reversals could be “frozen” within what types of rocks?
  6. On which day were the heavenly bodies (the sun, moon, stars, and planets) created?
  7. A theistic being such as God is not only beyond the physical universe, He is also at every place within the universe.
  8. Which of the following is NOT one of the three main arguments of Big Bang cosmology?
  9. It idea that “the present is the key to the past” is called:
  10. Numerous passages in the creation account and elsewhere in Genesis place man as central to creation.
  11. The genealogies in Genesis 5 and 11 include how old someone was when their son was born.
  12. Which of the following is an example of a miracle that included creating something that looked older than it really was:
  13. The multiverse hypothesis assumes that the different laws of chemistry and physics will allow life to exist in each universe.
  14. The Anthropic Principle tells us that:
  15. 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.
  16. The dates for the age of Adam, Noah, and others presented in Dr. Wise’ book come from which manuscript of the Old Testament?
  17. The use of jussives indicate what kind of statements by God?
  18. Which discipline below includes primarily historical science methods?
  19. Which time period has no connection to the movement of Earth through space, or of other heavenly bodies with respect to earth?
  20. According to measurements, how long would it take to get the oceans to their present saltiness if they started with no salt? The answer is much less than the age of the planet accepted by most geologists.
  21. Which of the follow is/are reasons to take the creation account in Genesis 1 as historical:
  22. Due to certain limitations, the historical sciences must use:
  23. Taken at face value, Genesis 1 portrays the creation of all things and God’s rest taking place over eight days.
  24. Which of the following is evidence that the days of Genesis 1 should be recognized as 24-hour days?
  25. Science that investigate past events are called historical sciences
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