In this five section series, Ard Louis explores the relationship between science and miracles. He indicates the self-imposed limitations of science to discover knowledge while warning against the God-of-the-Gaps explanations. Then, he explains the two types of miracles seen in Scripture: those that are divine timing and those that are violations of the natural. Overall, God sustains natural processes, but, as the master composer, he has the ability to perform miracles as well.
  • Miracles, Science, and the Laws of Nature

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    Miracles, Science, and the Laws of Nature | Ard Louis

    How can you believe in such things nowadays – Walking on water, a resurrection from the dead? Those are miracles, and aren’t you a scientist? Read More >

    Going Deeper PART 1 of 3
  • Science and Biblical Miracles

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    Science and Biblical Miracles | Ard Louis

    Biblical miracles are always linked to special theological purpose and are therefore, almost by definition, non-repeatable and a-scientific. Read More >

    Going Deeper PART 2 of 3
  • Miracles and Science: The Significance of Worldviews

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    Miracles and Science: The Significance of Worldviews | Ard Louis

    If I assume a divine will and purpose behind the world, I believe that I can construct a much more compelling tapestry that incorporates all of the threads of human existence.&nb... Read More >

    Going Deeper PART 3 of 3