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Bob Jones Chpt 1

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Three key concepts of Scripture that relate to a modern study of science. The entire world was created by God for His own glory. When man sinned, that creation was changed in ways that are still evident today (suffering, disease, and death). God's plan is that the whole creation will someday be restored.
According to the Doctrine of Humors, what conditions were necessary for a person to be happy and healthy? The four humors(fluids) had to be correctly proportioned and well mixed in the body.
According to the Doctrine of Humors, what could happen to a person to make him ill? A person became ill if too much of one of the four humors was present.
On what assumption is the Doctrine of Signatures based? That God left signs in nature that revealed the cures for various diseases.
According to the Doctrine of Signatures, what could be done to cure an illness? Some sort of treatment with the sign-bearing material would be applied.
What evidence did those who believed in spontaneous generation offer to support their belief? Frogs in a summer swamp where there were no frogs in the winter. Microbes in vials.
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