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•   A. Traditional Darwin ism
•   B. Neo-Darwinian Evolution
•   C. Punctuated Evolution
•   D. Creationism
•   E. Cosmic Evolution

• __Christianity
• D. Creationism
•   A. Traditional Darwinism
•   B. Neo-Darwinian Evolution
•   C. Punctuated Evolution
•   D. Creationism
•   E. Cosmic Evolution

• ___Islam
• D. Creationism
•   A. Traditional Darwinism
•   B. Neo-Darwinian Evolution
•   C. Punctuated Evolution
•   D. Creationism
•   E. Cosmic Evolution

• ___Secular Humanism
• B. Neo-Darwinian Evolution
•   A. Traditional Darwinism
•   B. Neo-Darwinian Evolution
•   C. Punctuated Evolution
•   D. Creationism
•   E. Cosmic Evolution

• ___Marxism-Leninism
• C. Punctuated Evolution
•   A. Traditional Darwinism
•   B. Neo-Darwinian Evolution
•   C. Punctuated Evolution
•   D. Creationism
•   E. Cosmic Evolution

• ___Cosmic Humanism
• E. Cosmic Evolution
•   A. Traditional Darwinism
•   B. Neo-Darwinian Evolution
•   C. Punctuated Evolution
•   D. Creationism
•   E. Cosmic Evolution

• ___Postmodernism
• C. Punctuated Evolution
• _________________________is the theory
  that non-living matter gave rise to living
  organisms.
• Spontaneous Generation          is the theory
  that non-living matter gave rise to living
  organisms.
• ________________ is the natural process of
  choosing favorable characteristics and
  eliminating unfavorable ones through such
  things as competition, predators, geography,
  time, etc.
• Natural Selection      is the natural process
  of choosing favorable characteristics and
  eliminating unfavorable ones through such
  things as competition, predators, geography,
  time, etc.
• ____________ is a change in genetic
  makeup.
• Mutation   is a change in genetic
  makeup.
• Why must “modern” science rule out
  creation? Does this reasoning pose a problem
  for evolution as well? Why or why not?
• “Modern” science studies and theorizes only
  about things that can be ________and ________.
• This naturalistic restriction necessarily rules out
  the existence of the ___________because the
  supernatural cannot lie beyond the natural
  world.
• It should be noted that by modern science’s strict
  definition, it cannot consistently render judgment
  on the _______________, because it can neither
  be measured nor observed.
• ____________ historical events fall outside the
  parameters of the scientific method.
• “Modern” science studies and theorizes only
  about things that can be observed and ________.
• This naturalistic restriction necessarily rules out
  the existence of the ___________because the
  supernatural cannot lie beyond the natural
  world.
• It should be noted that by modern science’s strict
  definition, it cannot consistently render judgment
  on the _______________, because it can neither
  be measured nor observed.
• ____________ historical events fall outside the
  parameters of the scientific method.
• “Modern” science studies and theorizes only
  about things that can be observed and measured.
• This naturalistic restriction necessarily rules out
  the existence of the ___________because the
  supernatural cannot lie beyond the natural
  world.
• It should be noted that by modern science’s strict
  definition, it cannot consistently render judgment
  on the _______________, because it can neither
  be measured nor observed.
• ____________ historical events fall outside the
  parameters of the scientific method.
• “Modern” science studies and theorizes only
  about things that can be observed and measured.
• This naturalistic restriction necessarily rules out
  the existence of the supernatural because the
  supernatural cannot lie beyond the natural
  world.
• It should be noted that by modern science’s strict
  definition, it cannot consistently render judgment
  on the _______________, because it can neither
  be measured nor observed.
• ____________ historical events fall outside the
  parameters of the scientific method.
• “Modern” science studies and theorizes only
  about things that can be observed and measured.
• This naturalistic restriction necessarily rules out
  the existence of the supernatural because the
  supernatural cannot lie beyond the natural
  world.
• It should be noted that by modern science’s strict
  definition, it cannot consistently render judgment
  on the theory of evolution because it can neither
  be measured nor observed.
• ____________ historical events fall outside the
  parameters of the scientific method.
• “Modern” science studies and theorizes only
  about things that can be observed and measured.
• This naturalistic restriction necessarily rules out
  the existence of the supernatural because the
  supernatural cannot lie beyond the natural
  world.
• It should be noted that by modern science’s strict
  definition, it cannot consistently render judgment
  on the theory of evolution because it can neither
  be measured nor observed.
• One-Time-only historical events fall outside the
  parameters of the scientific method.
• How does the evolutionary view of Cosmic
  Humanists differ from the evolutionary
  theory purported by Marxist-Leninists and
  Secular Humanists?
• Secular Humanists and Marxist/Leninists both
  believe that evolution is helping humanity
  progress toward a higher form of _______ being.
• Cosmic Humanists, on the other hand, believe
  that evolution is helping humanity progress
  toward a ______ _________ or “New Age.”
• The “______” of ________ provides the
  guarantee that all humanity will one day achieve
  this divine consciousness.
• Secular Humanists and Marxist/Leninists both
  believe that evolution is helping humanity
  progress toward a higher form of biological
  being.
• Cosmic Humanists, on the other hand, believe
  that evolution is helping humanity progress
  toward a ______ _________ or “New Age.”
• The “______” of ________ provides the
  guarantee that all humanity will one day achieve
  this divine consciousness.
• Secular Humanists and Marxist/Leninists both
  believe that evolution is helping humanity
  progress toward a higher form of biological
  being.
• Cosmic Humanists, on the other hand, believe
  that evolution is helping humanity progress
  toward a higher _________ or “New Age.”
• The “______” of ________ provides the
  guarantee that all humanity will one day achieve
  this divine consciousness.
• Secular Humanists and Marxist/Leninists both
  believe that evolution is helping humanity
  progress toward a higher form of biological
  being.
• Cosmic Humanists, on the other hand, believe
  that evolution is helping humanity progress
  toward a higher consciousness or “New Age.”
• The “______” of ________ provides the
  guarantee that all humanity will one day achieve
  this divine consciousness.
• Secular Humanists and Marxist/Leninists both
  believe that evolution is helping humanity
  progress toward a higher form of biological
  being.
• Cosmic Humanists, on the other hand, believe
  that evolution is helping humanity progress
  toward a higher consciousness or “New Age.”
• The “science” of ________ provides the
  guarantee that all humanity will one day achieve
  this divine consciousness.
• Secular Humanists and Marxist/Leninists both
  believe that evolution is helping humanity
  progress toward a higher form of biological
  being.
• Cosmic Humanists, on the other hand, believe
  that evolution is helping humanity progress
  toward a higher consciousness or “New Age.”
• The “science” of evolution provides the
  guarantee that all humanity will one day achieve
  this divine consciousness.

				
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