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In separate documents for each question, typed, double spaced and citied using any and all references to the articles provided.
Answer the 3 following questions by using the articles provided. I do not want you to merely quote from the articles, you must be able to explain what each of the concepts mean, provide examples, and give definitions of terms as needed.
MLA CITED (2 PAGES PER QUESTION WITH WORK CITED PAGE) ** ANSWER EACH QUESTION INDEPENDENTLY ** DO NOT USE THE PREVIOUS ANSWERS FROM THE QUESTIONS ALREADY ANSWERED. (i.e, Questions 1 and 3)
1.‐ What is Darwin’s Theory of Evolution? Please explain in terms of Natural Selection. Is Natural Selection purely random chance, or is there design to be understood at various levels? Please see Barbour Chapter 9 and explain instances of chance and instances of design. Does this allow for some type of Dialogue between religion and science in terms of ultimate truths? What would that be?
2.‐ What is Strict Creationism? Why is Strict Creationism at odds with science? Explain in detail how Strict Creationism creates conflict between religion and science in terms of the scientific method as explained in Barbour Chapter 5. Even though the Scopes trial ends with Scopes being found guilty, what is it about William Jennings Bryant’s testimony that signals the death knell for anti‐evolutionist belief at the level of education?
3.‐ Why does Haught in Chapter 10 argue that we have to understand and take suffering in the world seriously to understand God? As stated, the Dialogue between science and religion leads to a comprehension that in the universe, suffering, creation and destruction, birth and death, are integral to ‘Life’ in general, including the birth and death of entire systems. How would this view lead to an integration of religion and science to understanding the nature of the universe? Explain it in terms of Process Theology. See Barbour Chapter 9.