Monthly Archives: June 2014

Do You Know the Difference between Observation and Interpretation? Part 2

June 30, 2014 By Guest Writer The most common definition of science requires researchers to assume naturalism, meaning that supernatural interpretations of data are excluded by assumption. So, even when the true explanation of an observation—such as the origin of … Continue reading

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Absoluteness Of God

God is an Absolute; His attributes are Absolute; the one and only source of absoluteness. Man searches for absolutes in all of his endeavors, even unto perfection which must come from an Absolute source. Jesus said that my words shall … Continue reading

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A Hypernatural Miracle: Elijah and the Fire from Heaven

June 26, 2014 By Guest Writer Imagine standing on Mount Carmel in Israel, watching the contest between the prophet Elijah and the prophets of Baal (1 Kings 18). For nearly 12 hours, Baal’s prophets have danced around his altar, whipping … Continue reading

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Do You Know the Difference between Observation and Interpretation? Part 1

In science, it is important to distinguish between an observation and an interpretation. Observations are things we measure; while interpretations are the conclusions we derive from those observations. In well-designed experiments the resulting interpretations are the only possible explanations for … Continue reading

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Five Criteria for Assessing the Possibility of Life on Other Planets

Scientists want to answer the question, is there life out there in the universe? Do you think astronomers want detailed measurements of eight solar system planets or limited measurements of 1,000 exoplanets? Fortunately, they have both; unfortunately, those limited measurements … Continue reading

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An Introduction to Apologetics

The word “apologetics” comes from the Greek word “apologia,” pronounced “ap-ol-og-ee’-ah.” It means, “a verbal defense.” It is used eight times in the New Testament: Acts 22:1; 25:16; 1 Cor. 9:3; 2 Cor. 10:5-6; Phil. 1:7; 2 Tim. 4:16, and … Continue reading

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Why Are These Discoveries Ignored!

In 1885 a steel cube with a deep incision around it and two rounded edges was found in a block of coal from a foundry owned by Isidor Braun of Vocklabrock, Austria. It was determined that only a human could … Continue reading

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