Every single effect first had a cause that can be traced to a previous effect from another cause, and so on. It all started with a single First Cause—the God who is above and existed before all other causes. The first "Universal Law" demonstrates the existence of an "Uncaused Source" or a "First Cause" by which observable effects come about. Students will understand what can be learned from fossils and in doing so, realize the difference between fact and theory (idea).
Chemistry In the Periodic Table, any of the seven horizontal rows that contain elements arranged in order of increasing atomic number.
The most certain and universal of all scientific principles is that of causality, or the law of cause and effect.
The implications of this principle have been fought vigorously in the theological and philosophical disciplines, but there is no question of its universal acceptance in the world of experimental science, as well as in ordinary experience.
Even the energetic behavior of little bugs ultimately depends on sun-power.
God's power extends from wonders great and small that we can observe in our awesome universe, like the sun and stars (which look small to us, yet are huge in actual size).