CRST 290 Quiz 4

CRST 290 Quiz 4 Liberty University

  1. Of the following, what would be the best evidence that two organisms belong to the same baramin?
  2. Natural selection cannot produce new species.
  3. Frank Marsh coined the term baramin to describe a created “kind”.
  4. Which term refers to a group of organisms that are known to be discontinuous with each other?
  5. The name for God used in Genesis 2 when God creates man in His image is:
  6. Darwin argued that animal breeding (artificial selection) was similar to natural selection.
  7. Unlike larger organisms, single-cell organisms do not need to identify energy sources and chemicals from the environment around them.
  8. DNA utilizes the nucleotides A, T, G, and C.
  9. Jewish tradition has often interpreted God’s statement “Let us make man in our image, after our likeness” as being:
  10. The Anthropic Principle tells us that :
  11. Biologists often separate species on the basis of whether the individuals in them mate with each other.
  12. The virus is the smallest unit of life.
  13. Soil bacteria were created on creation day 3.
  14. Kurt Wise coined the term baramin to describe a created “kind”.
  15. Besides squirrels, what other group of animals did Dr. Ross discuss and show in the video “What Darwin Got Right”?
  16. Which of the following characteristics of DNA is similar to languages?
  17. The DNA molecule is made up of letter-like units called:
  18. Similarities in DNA prove that humans and chimps evolved from a common ancestor.
  19. Which term refers to a group of organisms that are known to be continuous with each other?
  20. Plants were created on which day of creation?
  21. What is the Hebrew word that is translated as “man”?
  22. The command to care and steward the creation was:
  23. While DNA is a fantastically complex structure, the cellular machinery that copies, edits, and fixes is are surprisingly simple
  24. Which of the following is NOT a component of natural selection?
  25. “Recapitulation” is the study of similar structures in similar positions among organisms that may or may not have very different functions.
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