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Chapter 1

Science terms

Creation Mandate: God's command given to mankind in Genesis 1:28 to excercise dominion over the world by wisely using there sources He placed here.
Presupposition: An assumption that a person makes about the world that helps him to investigate the world and to understand it from a certain point of view.
Worldview: The perspective from which a person sees or interprets all matters of life.
Science: The collection of observations, inferences, and models produced through a systematic study of nature for the purpose of enabling humans to exercise good and wise dominion over God's world.
Model: A workable explanation or description of a natural or artificial phenomena.
Theory: A scientific model that explains a related set of phenomena according to a certain paradigm.
Law: A model, often expressed as a mathematical equation, that describes phenomena under certain conditions.
Operational science: Scientific work that involves observing and testing present-day phenomena.
Historical science: The application of scientific principles to create models of events and processes that occurred in the observable past, made on the basis of observation evidence that exists today.
Hypothesis: A temporary testable explanation of a phenomena the stimulation and guides further science investigation.
Created by: yoceli