The Bible is not a science book, yet it is scientifically accurate. The following are statements that are consistent with known scientific facts:
A-Statements Consistent With Paleontology
B-Statements Consistent With Astronomy
1-The Bible frequently refers to the great number of stars in the heavens (Genesis 22:17; Jeremiah 33:22). There are estimates of 1021 stars -the number of grains of sand on the earth’s seashores is estimated to be 1025.
C-Statements Consistent With Meteorology
1-The Bible describes the circulation of the atmosphere (Ecclesiastes 1:6).
D-Statements Consistent With Biology
1-The book of Leviticus (written prior to 1400 BC) describes the value of blood (Leviticus 17:11). In 1616, William Harvey discovered that blood circulation is the key factor in physical life—confirming what the Bible revealed 3,000 years earlier.
2- The Bible describes bio-genesis (the development of living organisms from other living organisms) and the stability of each kind of living organism (Genesis 1:11, 12; Genesis 1:21; Genesis 1:25).
3-The Bible describes the chemical nature of flesh (Genesis 2:7; Genesis 3:19).
4-It is a proven fact that a person’s mental and spiritual health is strongly correlated with physical health. The Bible revealed this to us with these statements (and others) written by King Solomon about 950 BC (Proverbs 12:4; Proverbs 14:30; Proverbs 15:30).
E-Statements Consistent With Anthropology
We have cave paintings and other evidence that people inhabited caves. The Bible also describes cave men (Job 30:5, 6). Note that these were not ape-men, but descendants of those who scattered from Babel.
F-Statements Consistent With Hydrology
2-The Bible describes the re-circulation of water (Ecclesiastes 1:7; Isaiah 55:10).
G-Statements Consistent With Geology
2-The Bible described the shape of the earth centuries before people thought that the earth was spherical (Isaiah 40:22). The book of Isaiah was written sometime between 740 and 680 BC. This is at least 300 years before Aristotle suggested that the earth might be a sphere in this book On the Heavens.
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