• The Covenant of Preservation

    Genesis 8:20-22

    How often do we think about the good gift of a stable and predictable natural order? The consistent rhythm of the seasons, the sun and moon, and even the weather enables us to make plans, grow crops, and do a ...Read More

  • Covenatal Intervention

    Genesis 3:15

    God could have abandoned all people when Adam fell, leaving us totally under the devil’s domain with no desire to resist him. But the Lord graciously intervened to give His people the will to resist Satan and, even better, God ...Read More

  • God’s First Covenant With Mankind

    Genesis 2:15–17

    Because of Adam’s sin, we are born corrupt and cannot please God apart from grace. We are wholly dependent on the Lord’s unmerited favor for our salvation and for any of the good works that we do in gratitude for ...Read More

  • The First And Primary Cause

    Psalm 14:1a

    It is logically necessary that God exists. Because anything exists, there must be a first, primary cause of all else, and only the self-existent God of Scripture can fill that role. Only Christianity can offer true, ultimate meaning to people ...Read More

  • Humility And Understanding

    Hebrews 11:3

    Science helps us understand how the world operates, and one thing that it cannot do is draw conclusions that are logically impossible. If a scientific conclusion is logically impossible, we know it is an erroneous conclusion. When we encounter things ...Read More

  • The Equivocation Of Chance

    Romans11:33

    The word chance is often used as a stand-in for God in science, as if we are saying, “We do not know what caused this, but whatever it is, it cannot be God.” Thus, using chance to explain away God ...Read More

  • Chance: The Great Myth

    Proverbs 18:18

    hance has no power to cause anything; it can only measure the likelihood of a future result based on known conditions. When we speak of chance at all, we must always speak of it under the assumption and recognition that ...Read More

  • The Role Of Reason

    Acts 17:1-9

    Even our Savior used both induction and deduction in His ministry. For example, when arguing with the Sadducees about the resurrection (Matt. 22:23–33), He considered the evidence from the text inductively and then deduced a conclusion from it. To interpret ...Read More

  • Science And Hermeneutics

    Ecclesiastes 1:5

    Many of the supposed conflicts between science and theology would not exist if we would be slower to speak and quicker to learn from other disciplines. Scientists and theologians often end up speaking past one another because they have not ...Read More

  • Explaining The Phenomena

    Romans 1:19-20

    We need both science and theology for a full under-standing of the natural world. For example, God sends the rain, and rain is caused by the accumulation of water in the clouds. Each explanation is true—God is the primary cause ...Read More

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