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The Creator has revealed Himself in both science and history, and the two subjects are intertwined. It is just as wrong to leave God out of the study of bacteria and volcanoes as it is to leave Him out of the rise and fall of nations or the extinction of dinosaurs.
Does a straightforward reading of the Bible restrict God? Simply put, we’re just repeating what God has said about Himself and what He has done. We restrict ourselves to the Bible, rather than accepting secular ideas about origins that are contrary to God’s Word.
A well-known atheist recently claimed that God’s command in Genesis is the root of environmental issues. His words show a lack of understanding of the plain meaning of Scripture. He has read into the word dominion what he wants to see because of his atheistic background. An unbiased reading would not suggest that God’s words in Genesis 1:28 imply that people can do what they like, damaging the environment.
A well-known atheist recently claimed that God’s command in Genesis is the root of environmental issues, but this skeptic hasn’t done his homework.
The Creator has revealed Himself in both science and history.
Harvard is launching a research project to study how life began.
Many times I’ve heard people tell me something like “God could have used evolution” or “God could have created over millions of years.”
Evolutionary scientists seem to delight in coming up with ever more evidence that man is not unique or special in any sense of the word.
From our everyday experience we know that the greater the intelligence and skill of a person making something, the less time is required to make it.
In an effort to link Christianity with the conservation movement, some people portray God as the ‘Original Greenie’ whose chief concern is the preservation of the natural environment.
Thirty years ago it was my experience as a new Christian on a university campus to begin my study of the relationship between God’s Word, the Bible, and modern scientific concepts of the origin of life.
I now want to look at the most important aspect of Creation; Who is the Creator? How does the Hebrew language of Genesis describe Him?
According to the Bible, the first man was perfect, made in the image of God.
Condensed from a taped lecture by Ivan Bowden Dean of Queensland Bible Institute, given at the Summer Institute of Creation Science 1979/80.