Explore the incredible design of the universe and DNA, which points to a divine creator. Discover how science and religion intersect and support each other in this remarkable testimony to God's care and providence.
Does the Bible Teach the Abuse of Nature?
Discover the Bible's stance on nature and its proper use. Learn about stewardship, dominion, and responsible resource management. Understand how Scripture affirms God's care for the natural world and the promise of redemption for all of creation.
The Bible—Is It Truly “Inspired by God”?
Discover the accuracy and reliability of the Bible in discussing the natural world, history, and life's biggest questions. Is the Bible really from God? Explore the evidence and find hope for a better future through a closer relationship with your Creator.
Why Doesn’t God Reveal Himself? Why Does God Hide Himself?
This article explores the question of why God doesn't reveal Himself more clearly, from a biblical perspective. It examines the ways in which God does reveal Himself through Scripture, Jesus Christ, creation, the Holy Spirit, and the witness of believers.
SCIENCE AND THE BIBLE: What the Bible Tells Us
The Bible's account of creation has been a topic of debate for many years, but there are compelling reasons why it matters whether or not you believe it. Learn how scientific facts and the Bible's teachings can coexist, and why understanding its message can lead to a deeper understanding of our world and our place in it.
SCIENCE AND THE BIBLE: What Scientists Cannot Tell Us
Despite scientists' extensive study, there are still unanswered questions about the origin of the universe and life. Learn why the Bible provides satisfying answers that science cannot provide.
SCIENCE AND THE BIBLE: What Happened to the Dinosaurs?
Discover the latest research on paleontology, fossils, and the accuracy of radioactive dating. Explore the Bible's account of the general order of creation, and learn about the creation and purpose of dinosaurs. Understand how the fossil record challenges the theory of evolution and harmonizes with the view of creative acts of God.
GENESIS 1:26 and Genesis 3:22 OTBDC: Who are these verses’ “us” and “our”?
To whom was God the Father referring as “one of us”