History, Theology

Even if the Bible is Unreliable the Resurrection of Christ still Happened?

Western culture today is very interesting. By this I mean that it has put science at the driving seat; if science shows something to be false then it is false, if science shows it to be true then it is true. When this focus is shifted to towards the “science vs religion” debate many people… Continue reading Even if the Bible is Unreliable the Resurrection of Christ still Happened?

History, Philosophy and Religion, Uncategorized

Are Science and Religion at War as the New Atheists Claim? How History and Sociology Reject this Thesis

We often hear the claim (in the Western world) that science and religion are at odds with each other. Take the words of ardent atheist PZ Meyerz who asserts that “science and religion are incompatible. Simply completely irreconcilably incompatible.”1 It is easy to assume that these types of loud and proud statements are probably true… Continue reading Are Science and Religion at War as the New Atheists Claim? How History and Sociology Reject this Thesis

Theology

What Was the Significance Between Methuselah and The Flood of Noah?

As you may know from scripture or possibly by word of mouth, there is a character in the Bible called Methuselah found in Genesis 5. Methuselah was and is the oldest man to ever live on this planet. According to scripture, he lived up until the ripe old age of 969. What a life! But… Continue reading What Was the Significance Between Methuselah and The Flood of Noah?

Science, Theology

Is the Scientific Method in the Bible?

What exactly is the scientific method? This is quite possibly the question you may be pondering over right now as you read the title. In order to answer this question, let us first look at what the word science means. Science comes from the Latin word scientia, which means knowledge. The word science just simply means knowledge. The modern… Continue reading Is the Scientific Method in the Bible?