Consider the Bible verse Romans 1:20, “For since the creation of the world God’s invisible qualities—his eternal power and divine nature—have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made, so that people are without excuse. (NIV)”
2. Write at least 750 words in a double-spaced document, in 12 point Times New Roman font, that addresses (at a minimum) this verse as a thesis statement.
a. Compare a principle of organic chemistry to an attribute of God (His nature) as described in the Bible. Use Biblegateway.com to search by topic for scriptural support for the comparison.
b. Focus on one concept, so choose one of the following suggestions or come up with your own comparison: i) the Trinity and a 3-in-one concepts such as energy/reactivity/stability, ii) compare reaction coordinate diagrams to the Christian’s life, iii) compare the free radical reaction mechanism to relationships between God and humanity and between people, or iv) come up with another idea discussed in organic chemistry that has impacted your faith this semester.
c. Use language that is clear to your classmates; if you want to use a word that is new to you, explain it in the text.
d. If you would like to reference the Bible, use the Book name Chapter #:Verse # (Version) formatting and include the verse in a clear translation as illustrated in 1 above. Reference other sources in the text body; no bibliography is required.
3. Place your name in the header, and page numbers in the footer of the document.