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FDSCI 101 Day 1F S17
Transcript of FDSCI 101 Day 1F S17
Exam review question 1
Which truths can be found through the processes of science.
A. The purpose for creation
B. Ethical or moral questions
C. Causation of natural processes
D. Aesthetic preferences
E. Supernatural occurrences
How might you apply these ideas to actual theories, e.g., the Big Bang, Ancient Earth, & Evolution
How do hypotheses become theories?
What are the characteristics of scientific theories?
What are the benefits of theories?
What does it mean to ‘accept’ or ‘reject’ a theory? If you reject a theory, what is your responsibility?
What are our expectations of how theories change through time?
What becomes of ‘old’ theories?
Exam review question
Which of the following is a theory?
A. Red dresses help girls get more dates.
B. There are more girls than boys at devotional
C. BYU-I creates disciple leaders
D. If I go to BYUI-I I will get married
E. All of these are
When the Lord comes again, He will reveal things about nature that have never been known. Does that mean that you don’t need to learn about nature now? Why has God commanded latter‐day saints to study nature?
How is science beneficial to you and to humanity? Why should you care about science?
What do we mean when we say that a revealed idea is true? What are the characteristics of religious truth?
What do we mean when we say that a discovered idea is true? What are the characteristics of scientific truth? Can science prove things true?
How compatible are discovered and revealed truths? Why does there appear to be conflict between discovered (scientific) and revealed (religious) truth? How can we resolve apparent conflicts between science and religion?
Can you distinguish between authoritative religious statements, authoritative scientific statements, and opinions?
Why do scientists see physical laws and physical systems when they study nature—instead of seeing the Creator’s hand? How do the scriptures suggest that God’s create?