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CHCS 8th CH1

CHCS Earth Science Chapter 1 (p3-14)

ex nihilo out of nothing; God created everything out of nothing
science man's observations of the physical world
faith a confident belief in the authority or reliability of something
Hebrews 11:1 "Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen."
scientism the belief that scientific inquiry is the only path to truth; that all of the world's problems can be solved through science
cosmologist scientist who theorize about the beginning (origin) of the universe.
big bang theory states that the universe began in a gigantic explosion-like event about 15 billion years ago
worldview a person's set of beliefs and assumptions about how the world works.
creational goodness that everything that God created was good before sin
Creation Mandate Genesis 1:28; God gave mankind the privilege of exercising good and wise dominion over the earth and the things in it
total depravity every part of us is turned away from God, from birth, and there is nothing we can do on our own to remedy the situation
uniformitarianism "the present is the key to the past"; the principle that the processes we see in the earth today have always been
secular used to describe anything that relies on human values and does not take into account spiritual things
Created by: mrslisawatson