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Biology 13.1 SR

Biology- Natural History and Scientific Investigation 13.1 SR

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What is the basic purpose of science according to Genesis 1:28 to subdue the earth and glorify God
How did the fall of mankind into sin affect man's scientific endeavors. many men sought for their answers in nature alone, and ignored God
What hindered many early civilizations in their pursuit of true science? because they based their hypothesis off of speculation
List some of the ideas and contributions of the Hebrews, Greeks, and Romans to science. HEBREWS- Solomon mostly kept to God's word GREEKS- spontaneous generation and doctrine of ides ROMANS-Natural History
Why did medieval Europe make such little progress in science/
What were the contributions of Nistorian Christians, Muslims, and Jews to medieval science?
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