Truth Project – Wed. Bible Study Notes 3/24/21

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Session 5 pt. 1

5 steps of the Scientific Method

1. Make an ___________.

2. Ask a ____________.

3. Form a ___________.

4. Make a ____________ based on the hypothesis.

5. Test the ____________.

Psalm 19:1-4

The heavens ________ the glory of God: the skies _________ the work of His hands. Day after day they p_____ f______ s________: night after they display knowledge. There is no s________ or l_________ where their  v________ is not heard. Their v_______ goes out into all the earth, their ________ to the ends of the world.

What do the stars proclaim? The glory and the works of God’s ________.

Romans 1:18-20 tells us that God _________ Himself through His creation.

Romans 1:21-23, 25 lets us know that man has decided ____ to acknowledge God so they exchange the truth of God of a  ______.

The Great Cosmological question then is… where did the Cosmos come from? There can only be two answers.

1. The Cosmos had a ______________.

2. The Cosmos has always ___________.

John-Paul Sartre; “Why is there ____________ instead of nothing?”

There are only two possible answers to the Cosmological question.

1. There is a ___________.

2. The Cosmos created ___________.

For those who believe the Cosmos created itself, George Wald reveals the secret ingredient; “________ make all things possible.”

Sagan’s Cosmos assumptions:

I believe our future depend powerfully on how well we understand the ____________…”

We wish to p_______ the t_______ no matter where it leads. But to find the truth, we need i___________ and s___________ both.

We will not be afraid to s__________, but we will be careful to distinguish speculation from fact.

Science and philosophy are therefore _________ linked, both are attempting to develop truth claims about reality.

Johannes Kepler: “The chief aim of all investigation of the external world should be to discover the rational order and harmony which has been imposed upon it by ___________

Hypothesis: A very _______ assumption made on the basis of limited evidence used as a starting point for further investigation.

Theory: I______ or b________ about something formed by speculation, conjecture, or deduction from certain facts within certain parameters.

Law: A statement of scientific f______ that a particular natural or scientific phenomenon is invariable under given circumstances.

Richard Dawkins: “Biology is the study of complicated things that give the ______________ of having been designed for a purpose.”

Francis Crick: “Biologist must constantly keep in mind that what they see was ______ designed, but rather ____________.  

The heavens declare the glory of ______________ .