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Scientific Facts in the Bible: 100 Reasons to Believe the Bible is Supernatural in Origin

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An elderly lady once left $20,000 and "my Bible and all it contains" to her nephew. The young man knew what the Bible contained so he didn't bother to open it. He merely picked it up and put it on a high shelf in his house, and headed for Las Vegas. It wasn't long until all his money was gone. He lived the next 60 years as a pauper, scraping for every meal and barely havin ...more
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Published October 1st 2001 by Bridge-Logos
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Rodney Alejandro
Enjoyed the facts given that relates the Bible with science. In fact, the facts of science was already present in the Bible before mankind discovered them. This should make unbelievers reconsider their unbelief in the Bible or God.
Kymberly
Awesome Book and great tool for juvie center. I really think some were listening to tonight and left this book for them to borrow. Praying God will open hearts and eyes to His true.
Robyn
Wow! I had to also look up the verse references to see the context & see if it really stated some of those facts (as well as how those facts were phrased). Some of the time I wish the book could've gone into more detail. I had also heard that nuclear war was mentioned in the Bible, but wasn't sure how people saw that information in how the Bible phrased it. I bought it as reading material for a plane trip from Houston to Managua (Nicaragua), & I finished it. I think it's wonderful when I ...more
Dan Martinez
Ray Comfort opens by declaring his hope that the reader is skeptical. A skeptic might might take note of the book’s very title: “Scientific Facts In The Bible”, and ask what constitutes a “scientific fact”, and whether it can be easily distinguished from other kinds of fact. Is the fact that water exhibits surface tension a scientific one? Is the fact that gravity accelerates object at the rate of 9.8 meters per second per second a scientific one?

This may seem like a fastidious quibble, but I po
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Jackie Krasuski
I was so excited when I saw this book on the shelf. As a Christian and a science teacher who teaches at a very conservative rural public school, I was fully ready for some back-up that I could reference when those questions came firing. There is a lot of good information in the first and middle portion of this book that helps to point out a lot of science that we understand to be true today in the Bible.

Unfortunately, the part that I was most excited about, the evolution, was exactly the OPPOSIT
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Helen
This is more a booklet than a book, and consequently I got through this in one sitting very quickly. It's 101 small pages, and large font make it an easy read. It is interesting but like many "proof" books covering a lot of topics it only skims and might be suited to someone without a scientific background.

There are some really amazing paragraphs where the author cites Bible verses that highlight principals that were not accepted scientific thought for, in some cases, over 2,000 years since writ
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Elizabeth
While there were some interesting facts in this book at times it seemed as though the author was grasping at straws. Perhaps those topics just needed to be delved into a bit more deeply to make the fact more sound and less coincidence. I particulary enjoyed the third chapter about medical science. It was very interesting to see how much information people gathered of the medical field without actually knowing how everything worked. However, I was still disappointed in the obvious religious bias ...more
Janet Mueller
This is a wonderful book to remind oneself of the God we serve. I enjoy looking up the scriptures that are referenced with each scientific fact that is not understood by man until centuries after they were recorded. The book is an excellent reference for Facebook posts or teaching grandchildren. I keep it nearby for easy access.
Jeremy Herrera
This was a very good book that went through various books of the Bible and showed how science and the Bible are connected. It shows that the Bible had inside it the answers that even many of the greatest scientist recognized as being true in the Bible before science discovered them.
Ketti
Feb 13, 2015 Ketti rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Christians/creationists, and atheists/evolutionists
Recommended to Ketti by: My dad
This thing is absolutely brilliant. I was very pleased by it, not only because it answered all of my questions in clear, understandable, but scientific ways, but also because in doing that it made me finally feel that I can adequately defend my beliefs on this subject. Everyone needs to read this; be you Christian/creationist, or atheist/evolutionist.


Something I wrote after reading this book that I feel sums up some of what I learned:

One common belief about the theory of evolution is that as l
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Eileen Carter
Good short book only 101 pages not long at all. But had lots of interesting facts in it that shows that God is in charge of it all. I found many quotes that I liked as well in this book.
Alan
The book was poorly researched. I cannot recommend it to anyone. Instead read Ken Miller's "Finding Darwin's God."
Celeste Nuffer lavacot
Excellent. Clear concise and correct.
A.C. Bauch
Per the usual, I didn't agree with all of the author's theology (especially some of the information regarding prophecy). And one feature confused me was the section of quotations from famous historical figures about the Bible. I failed to see how those could be classified as "scientific facts." Regardless, I did learn some new things from this book, so considering what a quick read it was, I feel it was a worthy investment of my time.
Elizabeth
Small book I saw in the store months ago i havent bought it dont know why but i already read alot of it in the store. I will go back and buy! Really interesting facts. Some can be found online more detailed ones. These are broad facts but really interesting

Read it and loved it, a bit repetitive at one point but makes up for it on the way that its written, like explaininh it to a non believer :)
Gregory Fugl
He makes some very good points, brilliant points. But then at the same time he's a complete idiot. It was a very informative read you just have to shift through some garbage.
Hannah
Finally, an answer to the age-old dinosaur question!!... AMAZING book!
Central Beat
Easy read that shows God's Word is fact
Phillip
Very good. Why not share this one with a scientist, or those that love Science and may be unaware of the science in the Bible.
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