Why do people claim that their loss of faith was due to scientific "enlightenment"? Why do so many scientists say Noah's Flood was just a myth? How much of science is fact, and how much is theory? What is proof? Why do scientific methods give so many dates that contradict Bible chronology? These and related questions have led to more than forty years of research--which, in turn, has led to intriguing possibilities for reconciling some of the conflicts between science and religion. The wonders of nature are beautifully shown in science publications and documentaries. They provide spectacular views of all manner of interesting people, places, and things and include marvelous factual information. However, far too often, believers are startled when, in the midst of our enjoyment, comes a slap in the face in the form of information contradictory to our understanding of religious truths. The slap is usually portrayed in an attractive and convincing manner. It comes from well-respected scientists and scholars and includes exceptional photography and graphics--My position is: God is the greatest of all scientists, and what seems supernatural to mankind is natural to Him. Truth is truth--no matter the source. Sorting it out from the vast amount of information pouring out every day is an unending task. This book, Science and Religion, is written to be clear and understandable--even to non-scientists, and it opens up ideas that most people have not yet explored. It includes summaries of some lesser-known scientific theories which are more consistent with accounts described in the Bible.
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|Size: ||7.5 MB|
|Publisher: ||Tate Publishing|
|Date published: || 2013|
|ISBN: ||9781629026244 (DRM-EPUB)|
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