What if…scientists believe in the Bible, God’s Word?

Posted: March 30, 2011 by Haelie in What If...

True, a common assumption is that the Bible and science do not mix.  And, furthermore, that “credible” scientists do not believe in the Bible.

Notice I said assumption

According to Ray Comfort‘s book Scientific Facts in the Bible, here are a few of the prominent scientists who believed the Bible during their lifetime (and there are many living today who do as well):

  • Lord Kelvin
  • Johann Kepler
  • Leonardo Da Vinci
  • Francis Bacon
  • Samuel F. B. Morse
  • William Petty
  • William Derham
  • James Joule
  • Henri Fabre
  • Joseph Henry
  • Arthur H. Compton
  • Sir Isaac Newton
  • Joseph Lister
  • Blaise Pascal
  • Sir John Frederick Herschel
  • Albert Einstein
  • James Simpson
  • and many, many more…

Additionally, Comfort points out many other scientific facts that originate and/or coincide with the Bible.  Whether in the book of Genesis, the book of Job, or many other places in the supernaturally, Divinely inspired and written Word of God – there is evidence—there is proof.  Moreso every day and every year.

I challenge you to read God’s Word with an open mind and see what He divinely reveals to you through it.

You may be pleasantly, and even unpleasantly, surprised.

After all, if these prominent scientists and many more wise, respected, knowledgeable men and women believe in God and His Word—isn’t it worth giving it the benefit of the doubt?

If you do, I believe you will discover benefit that far outweighs your doubt.

  1. Myrtis Smith says:

    I don’t see how scientists can NOT believe. If you look at our bodies, the planet, the universe there is obviously a thought out design in action. If there is a design, then there must be a designer.

    I used to watch the show Judging Amy. One of the characters explained why he believed God. He said we have 3 choices:
    1. there is no creator and all of this chaos
    2. there is a creator who doesn’t care and is not involved
    3. there is a creator who does care and is involved

    He said the the 3rd one is the only one that makes sense and is easier to accept than that first 2.

  2. Haelie says:

    Amen, Myrtis! Thanks so much for sharing that!

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