Does the Bible harmonize with scientific truths about the natural world? Is it accurate when it mentions matters of science? Doesn't the Bible conflict with established scientific facts, like creation vs. evolution or the age of the earth? Doesn't the Bible contain scientific impossibilities like a global flood, resurrection, and converting water into wine?
Interactions between science and Christianity are often mistakenly described under the heading “Science and the Bible.” Little progress can be made, however, until one realizes that such a comparison results from a confusion of categories.
Genesis 15:16 Updated American Standard Version (UASV) 16 And in the fourth generation shall return here, for the error of the Amorites is not yet complete.” There seems to be a clear contradiction between what is said here in Genesis 15:16 about the Exodus coming in the “fourth generation,” [(1) Levi, (2) Kohath, (3) Amram, and... Continue Reading →