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PS: Ch 1-9 Part 3

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Commonly accepted evolutionary view that the origin of matter and energy of the universe began with a cosmic explosion big bang theory
Creation science's view that the world was destroyed by a global flood catastrophism
Study of science based on faith in God as the Creator creation science
Belief that life formed by gradual processes evolution
states the universe is orderly, lawful, and operates by physical laws principle of causality
states that true laws of nature always hold and never change principle of uniformity
belief that nothing is knowable outside the natural world secular humanism
belief that God used evolution when creating the world theistic evolution
belief that natural processes always occurred in the same manner at the same rate from now to the past uniformitarianism
theory that combines Darwinism and genetics neo-Darwinism
Created by: Mrs. Sechrist