Sunday, February 25, 2007

God is Not a Secret - The Bible Knew Before Modern Science

from www.godisnotasecret.com

Below are just a few comparisons of statements made in biblical texts and their subsequent discovery by science. Bear in mind that the BIBLE was written 2,000 - 3,000 YEARS AGO!

THE BIBLE --------------------SCIENCE NOW ---------------------- SCIENCE THEN

The earth is a
Sphere.
(Isaiah 40; 22)

The earth is a Sphere. The earth was a flat disk.
There is an
incalculable number
of Stars. (Jeremiah 33;22)
There is an
incalculable number
of Stars!
Only 1,100 Stars.
The Earth floats free in Space. (Job 26;7)
The Earth floats free in Space.The Earth sat on a large animal.
Creation is made of invisible elements. (Hebrews 11;3)
Creation is made of invisible elements (atoms)Science was silent on the subject.
Each Star is different. (1st Corinthians 15;41)
Each Star is different.All Stars were the same.
Light Moves. (Job 38;19,20)
Light Moves!Light was fixed in place.
Air has weight. ( Job 28;25)
Air has weight.Air was weightless.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

qué puede nosotros hacer para ayudarse, todos no tenemos que convenir toda la hora pero sería agradable .

Thomas Shawn said...

translated ...thats

what can we make to help itself, all we do not have to be suitable all the hour but he would be pleasant.

hilary said...

I can't believe we are still perpetuating that old flat earth canard.

No one EVER thought the earth was a flat disk. NO ONE. The idea that stupid medievals thought the earth was flat was one invented in the 19th century by Victorian post-protestant "historians" who wanted to prove how wonderful the modern world was and how superior the technological revolution was to (Catholic) medieval culture.

Can we please stop passing it around?

hilary said...

I can't believe we are still perpetuating that old flat earth canard.

No one EVER thought the earth was a flat disk. NO ONE. The idea that stupid medievals thought the earth was flat was one invented in the 19th century by Victorian post-protestant "historians" who wanted to prove how wonderful the modern world was and how superior the technological revolution was to (Catholic) medieval culture.

Can we please stop passing it around?