There’s a standard response by most atheists or agnostics, scientists or not, when asked about why they don’t believe in Creationism or a Biblical worldview. Science. According to most without faith, they claim that science has basically proven that the Bible isn’t true.
The problem with that religious belief is that there really is no actual science that goes against the Bible. There are scientific theories such as evolution and the Big Bang that offer alternative worldviews, but they are no more scientifically provable than that Bible. In fact, they have foundational flaws that simply don’t exist if one takes the Bible at its Word.
When asked for evidence against Creation, people often point towards the fossil record. This also falls under the category of popular ideas going contrary to observable science, but it has become a matter that would make Hitler proud. He once said, “If you tell a big enough lie and tell it frequently enough, it will be believed.”
The reality is this: the Bible’s story from Genesis to Revelation reconciles very nicely with what we now understand in the world of physics today. On the contrary, theories that try to explain away the Bible run into roadblocks when the evidence is truly examined and the scientific laws that we know to be true are applied.
This is where a lesson we learned long ago must be applied. We aren’t going to try to convince you of this with the available evidence. In fact, we’re not even going to point out the pieces of evidence that have brought us to this belief. All we ask is that you watch the seven minute video below and decide whether or not you want to be like Spike Psarris for the first 27 years of his life or if you’re ready to have the same type of exploratory understanding of the truth.
Many are led to Christ through proper application of faith. Others such as Psarris require a rougher path through science, learning of Creation before learning the realities of our Lord and Savior. Either way, it’s an easy seven-minute video to watch.
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