Creation vs. Evolution 4 (Answers)



Multiple Choice – Choose the best answer.


1.  The term Homology is also known as:

A.  Comparative anatomy

B.  Natural selection

C.  Origin of the species

D.  The hopeful monster theory


2.  Which of the following is NOT a determining factor in the similarities between living things?

A.  Gravity

B.  Close relation to other species

C.  Atmosphere

D.  Food Supply


3.  The evolutionary concept that two unrelated species evolved along a parallel path resulting in marked similarities is called:

A.  Polyphyletic origin

B.  Paraphyletic origin

C.  Monophyletic origin

D.  Quaziphyletic origin


4.  When comparing protein sequences, a human appears to be more closely related to a lamprey eel than which of the following:

A.  Frog

B.  Carp

C.  Chicken

D.  All of the above


5.  Evolutionists taught that vestigial organs:

A.  Are left over from a previous stage of evolution

B.  Are useless and have no function

C.  Will waste away, given enough time

D.  All of the above


6.  The study of fossils and the fossil record is called:

A.  Paleontology

B.  Archeology

C.  Homology

D.  Geology


7.  The Uniformitarian Assumption:

A.  Is the assumption that all past processes occur at the same rates as they do today

B.  Has no basis in fact

C.  Is the foundation for all modern historical geology

D.  All of the above


8.  The fossil record indicates that:

A.  Things that have not become extinct are the same as their living descendants and show no evidence of change

B.  Transitional creatures are present

C.  Fossils are very rare and no conclusions can be drawn from them

D.  All of the above


9.  Paleontologists claim that three quarters of all the evolution of life took place during this era, yet there are no fossils from that time. What is it?

A.  Paleozoic

B.  Jurassic

C.  Mesozoic

D.  Pre-Cambrian


10.  True or False: The evolutionist argument from comparative anatomy leads to contradictions.


11.  True or False: The Uniformitarian Assumption is that the past is the key to the present.