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Saturday, 26 May 2018 13:35

In a world that continually challenges our faith, it's important for the believer's trust in the accuracy and authenticity of God's word to be resolute. In these messages from Elder Joe Nettles in May 2018 on the Gospel of Grace Radio Broadcast, we are presented how the Bible has consistently been ahead of the curve in scientific discoveries, presenting profound scientific truths in the scriptures long before men and the "scientific community" readily accepted these truths as fact. Therefore, we can have full, unflinching confidence in the scientific accuracy of the word of God, even if those facts are not readily accepted in our culture today. As has been the case throughout history, if we give man's science a couple hundred or even a couple thousand years, men might eventually catch up to the scientific truths already revealed in God's word.

 

Scientific Accuracy of the Bible - Part 1

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Scientific Accuracy of the Bible - Part 2

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Additionally, also in May 2018 on the Gospel of Grace Radio Broadcast, Elder David Wise brought a message regarding the intelligent design exhibited in creation. Taking the example of Aaron trying to pass off his fashioned golden calf to Moses as the product of random chance, we see it's equally ludicrous to think that this world and creation happened by random chance. All of creation clearly bears the marks of intelligent design which should cause men to praise the Intelligent Designer who fashioned this world according to his own will and pleasure.

 

Intelligent Design or Random Chance

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