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Today's Creation Moment

Were Stone Tools Primitive?
Genesis 11:8-9
So the LORD dispersed them from there over the face of all the earth, and they left off building the city. Therefore its name was called Babel, because there the LORD...
One of the most persistent rumors of popular evolutionary mythology is the concept of a primitive Stone Age. While serious evolutionists do not view such a time in the same way as the popular...

Science and Miracles

Luke 1:37
"For with God nothing shall be impossible."

Do you realize that the Bible's own arguments have been stolen by evolutionary scientists in their attempt to prove that there are no such things as miracles? It's past time that Christians reclaim those arguments in order to deflate the doubt that has been created.

Evolutionists say that since the world is an orderly place with predictable physical laws, we know Science and Miraclesthat miracles can't happen. And they're right on everything but their conclusion. It is because the world is an orderly place with predictable physical laws that miracles are important.

The Bible clearly teaches that the world follows orderly laws. For example, Genesis 1:11 tells us that plants reproduce in an orderly, predictable pattern – after their kind. In Genesis 1:14 we read about how the stars move across the sky in an orderly pattern so that we can tell what season it is. And if the world was not an orderly, predictable place, we couldn't tell if something was a miracle or not. In a world where things happen willy nilly, miracles would have no meaning.

It is only in a predictable world that science can study where miracles can be what the New Testament calls them – signs. So the very reason evolutionists use to deny the existence of miracles is really the only reason we have to accept the possibility – and the reality – of the Creator's miraculous working in His creation!

Father, ours is an age of doubt. Forgive me for the times I have been intimidated by the arguments of unbelieving scientists. Help me to see through their poor arguments and uphold Your truth before men. Amen.
Bartz, Paul A. 1990. "The Bible teaches a predictable world – but not naturalism." Bible Science Newsletter, Mar. p. 10. Painting: "Elijah Resuscitating the Son of the Widow of Zarephath" by Louis Hersent (1777-1862).