SURVEY

SURVEY - Survey Questions 1 I expect that scientific...

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Survey Questions 1 I expect that scientific investigation of the natural world will provide evidence that traditional Christian theology is true: Never 1__2__3__4__5 Always. 2 The scientific description of the natural world is irrelevant to Christian theology: Disagree 1__2__3__4__5 Agree. 3 How many of the purposes of ‘the church’ can be achieved with no regard whatsoever to science and technology? None 1__2__3__4__5 All. 4 I expect that new scientific discoveries will require revisions to Christian theology. Never 1__2__3__4__5 Always. 5 ‘Divine activity or design’ in the world necessarily includes potential 'intervention' in nature which is distinct from 'natural' processes. Disagree 1__2__3__4__5 Agree. 6 I expect examples of divine intervention (or design) to be uncovered by scientific study: Disagree 1__2__3__4__5 Agree. 7 If it were shown that all events in history may have natural explanations, this would be a problem for Christian theology. Disagree 1__2__3__4__5 Agree. 8 How compatible is current evolutionary theory (as you understand it) with Christian
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This note was uploaded on 12/20/2010 for the course SOC 101 taught by Professor Sullivan during the Spring '08 term at ASU.

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