Since yesterday’s post, I have thought about the value of time. I know that as I continue to mature (ahem), time is becoming more precious to me. I am starting to appreciate time more than wanting to waste time. Why? There is no buying back time. Continue reading
Something to boster your Christian walk.
A Reformed Approach to Science and Scripture, A New Free eBook from Keith Mathison
In A Reformed Approach to Science and Scripture, Dr. Mathison briefly introduces us to a topic that has long been a subject of debate, aiming to equip Christians with a clear foundation so that they may approach questions and discussions pertaining to science and Scripture with grace, humility, and patience.
Table of Contents
Foreword by R.C. Sproul
1. All Truth Is God’s Truth
2. General and Special Revelation
3. Interpreting General and Special Revelation
4. Luther, Calvin, and Copernicus
5. Earthly Things and Heavenly Things
6. When Science and Scripture Conflict
7. The Age Of The Universe and Genesis 1
“Christians have absolutely nothing to fear ultimately from scientific research,” says Dr. Mathison. “If scientists discover something about God’s creation that is actually true, it will not and cannot ultimately contradict the Scriptures when…
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