Saturday, January 13, 2007

El Nino

I am thankful for El Nino. It is effecting a very nice winter season here in the midwest. Some are worried about global warming, but I am really enjoying it. In a few years scientists will be predicting that the earth will freeze us to death. True science is wonderful; but when scientists begin to predict what happened in the past or what is going to happen in the future, they are not practicing true science.

To say that the earth is 250,000,000,000 years old is not practicing true science. This is a theory and a weak one at that. Absolutely, the weather predicters cannot even predict the weather correctly for seven days in a row. If they cannot do this, then how can they predict what will happen 20 years from now? It is impossible.

The Bible teaching that the earth is young and that the earth was created by Jesus Christ is as good a theory as the "science falsely so called" theory of millions of years. I believe what the Bible says about creation. Therefore, if creation is true, then the Bible teaching of the future is true, also.

Wouldn't it be wonderful if scientists did as Albert Einstein and other scientists did in days of old when they referred to the scriptures for their guide? I fear that this science falsely so called may genuinely lead us to trouble in the future if scientists do not understand that the truths of the Bible have been trusted for thousands of years, and they can be trusted today. These truths do not contradict true science at all.

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