With God All Things Are Possible

But, if God exists, might there be events that science cannot explain? The answer is obvious. So, when we read in the Bible that some people in the first century saw a resurrected Jesus and concluded that God had worked a miracle, we must not dismiss this as "childish." The biblical accounts certainly do not sound childish. First-century Palestine is not Narnia.

This is not to say, of course, that God's existence provides a license for unbridled speculation, or somehow validates all past and present claims of miracles. It does, however, open reality to possibilities that go beyond what science can explain.


This article was first published by the BioLogos Foundation and is reprinted with permission.

Karl Giberson is an internationally known science-and-religion scholar and one of North America's leading participants in the creation-evolution debate. He has published more than 100 articles, review,s and essays for web sites and journals including Salon.com, Edge.org, and Perspectives of Science & Faith, and has also written four books, including Saving Darwin. He is Vice President of BioLogos Foundation, which explores the integration of science and Christian faith.

3/30/2010 4:00:00 AM
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