Creation vs. Evolution 2


Creation vs. Evolution 2

 

Quiz

 

Multiple Choice – Choose the best answer.

 

1.  The Big Bang concept rests on what two of the following?

A.  The Second Law of Thermodynamics

B.  The expansion of the universe

C.  The First Law of Thermodynamics

D.  The discovery of uniform background radiation

 

2.  Which of the following does NOT cast doubt on the Big Bang Theory, or Naturalistic Cosmology?

A.  The Second Law of Thermodynamics

B.  The expansion of the universe

C.  The origin of rotational motion

D.  The stability of the “Cosmic Egg”

 

3.  Three of the nine planets of our solar system rotate backwards on their axis. Which planet is rotating with its axis horizontal to the others in the system?

A.  Jupiter

B.  Neptune

C.  Venus

D.  Uranus

 

4.  Methane, Hydrogen, Ammonia and Water Vapor are said to be the components of the primitive atmosphere from which life arose. Their selection is based on the need for them to synthesize what, in a laboratory setting?

A.  Carbon Dioxide

B.  Amino Acids

C.  DNA

D.  “Primordial Soup”

 

5.  Why is there no free oxygen included in the primitive atmosphere mentioned in question 4?

A.  Need to have a closed system

B.  Need to have an open system

C.  It could not be synthesized

D.  It would break down any amino acids that were being formed

 

6.  Assuming that a group of amino acids exist under the most ideal conditions possible, the probability of them producing a functioning, simple protein is:

A.  One chance in 10 to the 287th power

B.  One chance in 10 to the 80th power

C.  One chance in 10 to the 262nd power

D.  One chance in 10 to the 119,879th power

 

7.  By contrast, the approximate number of particles in the known universe is:

A.  10 to the 119,879th power

B.  10 to the 80th power

C.  10 to the 287th power

D.  10 to the 252nd power

 

8.  If man were able to synthesize life, what would it prove?

A.  Creation is not valid

B.  Theistic evolution

C.  Intelligent design is required

D.  Man’s knowledge continues to grow

 

9.  Why is there such a strong bias in favor of life on Mars and other planets?

A.  It would justify the space program

B.  The influence of science fiction

C.  Show’s God’s love to everyone

D.  The evolutionist belief that life should not be unique to earth

 

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