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What does the theory of evolution state?
......... states that life began as a chance combination of nonliving chemicals.
In the Psalms, what do the Heavens declare?
The heavens declare the glory of God; the skies proclaim the work of His hands. Psalm 19:1
What does the second law of thermodynamics, also called the law of entropy, express?
........, expresses that anything organized tends, with time, to become disorganized.
What makes up our solar system?
.......... is made up of a sun, eight planets and their moons, and thousands of asteroids.
Describe the sun.
........ is an unusual, small, yellow star that provides the perfect amount of energy for life on earth.
According to Psalm 24, what belongs to the Lord?
The earth is the LORD's and everything in it, the world and all who live in it. Psalm 24:1
What does the theory of the greenhouse effect suggest?
........... suggests that as atmospheric carbon dioxide increases, the earth's temperature increases.
What is the importance of ozone?
.........is an important chemical because it absorbs deadly radiation from the sun.
What is the percentage of oxygen necessary for human life?
The earth's atmosphere must always contain 21% oxygen to maintain life.
What is the definition of cataclysm?
........is a violent, sudden change or disaster.
What is the definition of uniformitarianism?
............ is the belief that Earth's past geological changes can be fully explained by processes taking place now.
What does the theory of continental drift state?
........ states that, the plates on which the continents rest, drift.
What is radiometric dating?
..........uses the decay rate of radioactive material to date objects.
Why is radiometric dating inaccurate?
........is inaccurate because it assumes that specifics are known about the original material.
What is the definition of organic matter?
......... comes from, or is made up of, once-living things.
What is the definition of good science?
............. is defined as the constant search for accurate information.
What was Copernicus famous for?
.......... was a Polish scientist who first promoted the theory that the planets revolve around the sun.
Who was Charles Darwin?
............. promoted natural selection as the method of evolutionary changes.
Who was Francesco Redi?
..............discovered that microscopic eggs were the source of flies on open meat.
What are the four main chemicals in a cell?
.............are amino acids, lipids, porphyrins, and polynucleotides.
What are proteins?
.........are found in living things and are made up of amino acid chains.
What is the definition of natural selection?
......... is the idea that the fittest survive and pass along their traits to their offspring.
What is the significance of the Galapagos Islands?
......... are the place Darwin noticed the adaptability and variations within animal species.
What are chromosomes?
............are long, thin strings of genetic material made of DNA and proteins.
What is a fossil?
.......... is the remains or traces of plants and animals that are found in rocks.
What is stratum?
......... is a uniform layer of sedimentary rock or soil lying between layers with different compositions.
What is meant by the standard geological column?
.........is an imaginary column of rock believed to show various stages of fossilized life.
What is the definition of homologous?
In biology, ......... means similar structures or features of a plant or animal.
What makes a woodpecker's beak unique?
............ is designed with a pad of spongy tissue that acts as a shock absorber.
How does the penguin care for its young?
The .........has a skin flap to keep an egg warm, and it perfectly shares the care of its chick with its mate.
What is unusual about the tongue of a mallee fowl?
The ............of the Australian...........is used to test if the nest temperature has changed 1/10th of a degree.
How does a bat find food?
The ......... is a mammal that emits sounds up to 20 to 30 times a second to locate flying insects.
What is unique about a gazelle?
The ............is a fast-running African mammal that would burn up its brain while running if not for a specially designed cooling system.
What is unique about the termite?
The.........is an insect that, no matter what the weather, always keeps its home at 64 degrees.
How does a bee communicate?
The ......... uses very specific dances to communicate.
What is unique about the army ant?
The ............is an insect that makes the queen's nest using its own workers.
What is the definition of symbiotic?
............... is the relationship between two creatures that makes them mutually dependent upon each other to sustain life.
What is the definition of mimicry?
............ is a possible defense mechanism where an animal is designed to look like something else.
What is the "hopeful monster" theory?
........................is an evolutionary theory that states that occasionally an animal births a totally new creature.
What is the significance of the discovery of Piltdown man?
...............was a stained human skull and filed ape jaw used to support evolution but shown to be a hoax.
What does the word hominid mean?
............... refers to bones paleontologists label as from the line of man.
What does Genesis 2:7 state?
The LORD God formed the man from the dust of the ground and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life, and the man became a living being.
Why is skin important?
...............is an organ that helps regulate body temperature and is a disease barrier.
What is the function of the heart?
.................. is the most powerful muscle in the body, pumping 4,000 gallons of blood a day.
What is the importance of the lungs?
......... are two organs that pass oxygen into every red blood cell carried through their capillaries.
What is the function of the medulla oblongata?
The ..................is the lowest part of the brain and is responsible for automatic responses, like breathing.
What is the job of the cerebellum?
The ..................is the part of the brain associated with voluntary responses.
What is the cerebrum?
The ...............is the part of the brain that controls memory, senses, consciousness, and reasoning.
Quote Romans 1:20
For since the creation of the world God's invisible qualities-his eternal power and divine nature-have been made clearly seen, being understood from what has been made, so that people are without excuse.

For His invisible attributes, that is, His eternal power and divine nature, have been clearly seen since the creation of the world, being understood through what He has made. -HCSB
What is significant about the phrase, "Here is what the Lord says?"
"............" is a phrase used in the Old Testament over 2,000 times.
What is archaeology?
............... is the scientific study of the remains of the past.
What is true about Jesus and Old Testament prophecy?
......... is THE ONLY man to fulfill EVERY Old Testament prophecy about the birth, life, death, and resurrection of the Messiah.
What was Jesus' first miracle as documented in the Gospels?
Jesus turned water from six 20- to 30-gallon jars into wine in John 2:1-11.
Who was Lazarus?
.........was Jesus' friend whom Jesus raised from the dead in John 11:1-44.
What is the meaning of the gap theory?
............ suggests there may have been a long period of time between Genesis 1:1 and Genesis 2:1.
What is the day-age theory?
............theory suggests each Creation day represents a long period of time.
What is the revelatory-day theory?
.................. theory suggests it took God seven days to reveal how He created the world to Moses.