So numberless a multitude, and so great a variety of birds, beasts, fishes, reptiles, herbs, shrubs, trees, stones, metals, minerals, stars, &c. and everyone of them plentifully furnished and endowed with all the qualifications requisite to the attainment of the respective ends of its creation, are productions of a wisdom too limitless not to be peculiar to God: ... which do all of them deserve that extensive exclamation of the Psalmist, “How manifold are thy works, 0 Lord; in wisdom hast thou made them all.” [Psalm 104:24] — Robert Boyle (1627 - 1691), father of experimental chemisty
I have just recently started studying this science of God stuff with some degree of diligence and I am astonished at what I did not know and did not understand, despite my 58 years, and 4 Master’s Degrees, to include from an Ivy League school. Thank you for your efforts to get the true word out. — a reader in Alabama
Modern science has brought tremendous benefits to human life, ranging from wonder-working medicines to the personal computer on which I am writing this preface. But science is not God. It has not perfected human nature nor has it curbed the human abuse of power. Like every human enterprise, science is partial, corruptible, and prone to error, and it needs to be subject to the checks and balances of a free society and the moral law. — John West, Darwin Day in America, preface
Question: Which of the following institutions is led by a born-again, Bible-believing Christian who prays for guidance and accepts the Biblical creation account as true?
American Association for the Advancement of Science
Princeton University science department
National Academy of Sciences
If it’s the 19th century, it is “all of the above.” These distinguished positions were held by one man: Joseph Henry. Remarkably, these honors are less important than the scientific contributions made by one of America’s foremost early scientists.
The commentary of this entry from 9/30/07, “Evolutionists Say Parasites Made Humans Successful,” included an arresting cop episode with the Baloney Detector dog.
By capturing solar ‘sneezes’ of high-energy charged particles, the Van Allen Belts provide a prime example of how the earth and its space environment are designed to allow and protect life.
The Lord by wisdom founded the earth; by understanding he established the heavens; by his knowledge the deeps broke open, and the clouds drop down the dew. — Proverbs 3:19-20