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We can scientifically prove where the earth came from
a) True b) False c) d)
The biblical account of the Flood explains much of what we see on earth.
a) True b) False c) d)
According to the Bible, How old is the Earth?
a) No one know for sure b) 6,000 years c) 4.5 Billion years d) All of the above
Geology is the study of:
a) Just a bunch of rocks b) The planet Earth c) The Solar System d) The Weather
What are some things around you that came from the earth?
a) Soil to grow plants b) Minerals in food c) Metal, Plastics, Oil d) All of the above
The belief that God created the earth but it is billions of years old
a) Gap theory b) Creation c) Uniformitarianism d) Theistic evolution
The belief that God created the world in just 7 days
a) Gap Theory b) Creation c) Uniforitarianism d) Theistic Evolution
The belief that all changes have been brought about by the processes we see today
a) Gap Theory b) Creation c) Uniformitarianism d) Theistic Evolution
This dating method is used to measure radioactive decay in rocks
a) Radiometric b) Carbon 14 c) Index fossils d) All of the above
This dating method is used to measure the organic material
a) Radiometric b) Carbon 14 c) Index fossils d) All of the above
Climate conditions that are required for an ice age are:
a) Wet Winters and Cool Summers b) Dry Winters and Warm Summers c) Cool Winters and Wet Summers d) Warm Winters and Dry Summers
The Ice age covered much of:
a) Northern Europe and Flordia b) Northern Africa and Australia c) Northern Asia and Japan d) Northern United States and New Zealand
How does an iceberg form?
a) Continental b) Calving c) Striations d) Morraine
Name 3 types of glaciers:
a) Big, Medium and Small b) Zone of accumulation, Zone of wastage, Calving c) Terminal, Lateral, Moraine d) Valley, Piedmont, Continental
What is a glacier?
a) A big rock of ice b) A sheet of ice that melts every year. c) A sheet of ice that never completely melts. d) A bed sheet.
What makes a glacier move?
a) Gravity b) Gravy c) Melting d) Freezing
How can you tell how far a glacier has moved?
a) Striations b) Moraine c) Global Erratic d) All of the above
A scientist should disregard evidence that contradicts his/her theories
a) True b) False c) d)
Evolutionists cannot adequately explain how conditions formed to create an ice age.
a) True b) False c) d)
After the flood, erupting volcanoes filled the sky with ash, blocking the sun making it cooler for the ice age.
a) True b) False c) d)
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