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Jerry's Corner on Science

Discover the biblical truths about science.

As Christians in an ever challenging world, we must be vigilent about what the world is telling us and why. In this blog we will look at what scientists are telling us and where they are guessing. We will also strive to show how God's word is true even when science is telling us otherwise.

Garden of Eden in Africa: Humanity’s first home traced to Botswana

October 30, 2019

God gave us a guide to His creation in the form of the Bible. In it, He tells us truths about the world we live in and the reason we are here. At the end of the six days of creation, He says it was very good. The world has gone through many changes since…

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Organic molecules discovered on Saturn moon Enceladus

October 7, 2019

Well, I had to post this after posting the one about organics on Mars. Again, it is important to note that just because there are organic compounds found, that does not mean there is or could be life. So many things have to happen in order to form life, according to secular scientists. The first…

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Finally, scientists have found intriguing organic molecules on Mars

October 4, 2019

The search for extraterrestrial life does not have to mean that we are not favored in the eyes of God. The World sees God as irrelevant or even non-existent. The World believes that, in spite of the impossibility of life spontaneously popping out of non-life, it happened here, and if we find even simple life…

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An Experiment in Zurich Brings Us Nearer to a Black Hole’s Mysteries

October 4, 2019

The area of theoretical physics is pretty cool. Mind experiments are used to come up with ideas of how things work at the most fundamental levels. Physicists look at the universe and try to find out how things are put together and how they interact. We all know about protons, neutrons and electrons which are…

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My Discussion with an Atheist – Part 3

November 6, 2018

This is part three of my New Year’s Facebook discussion with atheist John. Jim, a mutual friend, had asked me to help him show John the truth of God in terms of creation. I thought it might be a wonderful example of things you may want to watch out for when you are discussing origins…

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My Discussion with an Atheist – Part 2

November 6, 2018

This is part two of my New Year’s Facebook discussion with atheist John. Jim, a mutual friend, had asked me to help him show John the truth of God in terms of creation. I thought it might be a wonderful example of things you may want to watch out for when you are discussing origins…

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My Discussion with an Atheist

February 3, 2018

I was involved in an interesting Facebook debate around New Year’s 2018. I thought it might be a wonderful example of things you may want to watch out for when you are discussing origins with a non-believer. I made many errors in this debate. But ultimately, I gave it a try to help a lost…

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The Universe Should Not Actually Exist, Scientists Say

December 9, 2017

One thing I notice as I read through the synopses of scientific papers today is that as we discover more things related to what we can actually observe, scientists are often saying, “this cannot be,” or “this is unexpected,” or “this flies in the face of everything we know about this topic.” I often go…

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‘Monster’ planet discovery stuns scientists

December 9, 2017

From time to time, scientists have to rethink what they “know.” I have had discussions with naturalists who say something like, “Well, this is how science is. We come up with a theory and try to confirm its truth.” Well, that is all fine and good, except when the new evidence points to God. In…

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Extinction looms for Charles Darwin’s finches, and humans are to blame

June 29, 2016

Well, it has been a while since I have posted anything here. Partly too much work and partly laziness. I want to get back into things and give you some things to think about and some ammunition to use when out in the real world and the topic of origins comes up. Remember, historical science…

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