Scientific creationists believe that when the Bible speaks about science it is ambiguous and can be interpreted in many different ways

? Scientific creationists believe that when the Bible speaks about science it is ambiguous and can be interpreted in many different ways.????
.    True ?or False ??
Question 2
.    ? According to Dr. Mitchell, science does not logically have the tendency to either prove or disprove the existence of God or the meaningfulness of religion.????True or ?False ??
Question 3
.    ? Scientific creationism arises out of a stance that the biblical view of creation is a historical and literal account of how the world came about. ????True or ?False ??
Question 4
.    ? ? According to Henry Morris, the central thesis of scientific creationism is: “The Biblical record, accepted in its natural and literal sense, gives the only scientific and satisfying account of the origin of all things.” ????True or ?False ??
Question 5
.    ? Augustine encouraged others to make scientific investigation subservient to biblical exegesis. ????True or ?False ??
Question 6
.    ? Much of the literal reading of Genesis is based on the modern doctrine of inerrancy. ????True or ?False ????
Question 7
.    ? Match each definition to the appropriate person/term.
1.    A series of booklets published by a committee from several Protestant denominations to oppose modernist views and put forth ideas such as biblical inerrancy.
2.    Concluded that the shells and other fossil remains found in rocks on the tops of mountains were once living organisms that had been buried at a time before the mountains were raised.
3.    Introduced the inductive thinking method–drawing knowledge from the natural world through experimentation, observation, and testing of hypotheses.
4.    A broad philosophy or worldview that affirms the dignity and worth of all people, believing individuals can determine right and wrong by appealing to human qualities and their best understanding of individual common interests.
5.    Liberal Christianity that embraced evolution and used rational arguments to challenge the Bible’s origin, historical accuracy, and accounts of the supernatural.
6.    A person who believes that the human mind cannot know whether there is a God or an ultimate cause.
7.    Suggests that the universe is not infinite and instead possesses the properties of a finite phenomenon with a beginning and a history.
8.    Promotes a rigid biblical interpretation and a belief that the end times are close, after which Christ’s second coming would replace the fallen world with a new age of peace and justice.
9.    Developed the proposition that species of organisms arise from other species through a process of natural selection.

A.    Leonardo da Vinci
B.    Modernism
C.    Premillennialsim
D.    Charles Darwin
E.    Humanism
F.    Big Bang Theory
G.    Agnostic
H.    The Fundamentals
I.    Francis Bacon