← CC Catechism Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- What is unusual about the tongue of a mallee fowl?
- In the Psalms, what do the heavens declare?
- What is the definition of homologous?
- According to Psalm 24, what belongs to the Lord?
- What is the "hopeful monster" theory?
- a The heavens declare the glory of God, the skies proclaim the work of his hands.
- b In biology, homologous means similar structures or features of a plant or animal.
- c The hopeful monster theory is an evolutionary theory which states that occasionally an animal births a totally new creature.
- d "The earth is the Lord's and everything in it, the world and all who live in it." Psalm 24:1
- e The tongue of the Australian mallee fowl is used to test if the nest temperature has changed 1/10th of a degree.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- The termite is an insect that, no matter what the weather, always keeps it home at 64 degrees.
- The revelatory-day theory suggests it took God seven days to reveal how he created the world to Moses.
- A fossil is the remains or traces of plants and animals that are found in rocks.
- Radiometric dating uses the decay rate of radioactive material to date objects.
- Hominid refers to bones paleontologists label as from the line of man.
5 True/False Questions
What makes a woodpecker's beak unique? → A woodpecker's beak is designed with a pad of spongey tissue that acts as a shock absorber.
Who was Lazarus? → Strata refers to a layer of rock thought to have been laid down at the same time.
Describe the sun. → Lazarus was Jesus' friend whom Jesus raised from the dead in John 11:1-44.
What is unique about a gazelle? → The termite is an insect that, no matter what the weather, always keeps it home at 64 degrees.
How does a bee communicate? → Hominid refers to bones paleontologists label as from the line of man.