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The Harvest Mentality

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    Darwin's Dictionary

    Mathematical Challenges to Darwin

    Floating Logs & Noah's Flood!

    Creation Ministries

    Creation Ministries

    Robert Boyle & The Foundation of Royal Society

    The foundation of the first scientific society on the planet could, in reality, only come from Christians. It is only the Judeo-Christian worldview that enabled science to flourish (not necessarily exist). 

    Other cultural paradigms including Taoist Chinese and early Islam, along with Greek philosophers had made some discoveries and had evidences of technical and quasi-scientific skills, but it was their underlying belief systems that prohibited them from advancing not merely knowledge, but effective scientific process.

    Only the Judeo-Christian religion had a God outside of time and space - if fact was before and created such - and not only did this Triune Deity design and create this intelligence planned universe, but wanted us to discover Him through it.

    Robert Boyle, often called the 'Father of Modern Chemistry' was a founding member and along with majority Puritan religious others - who actively promoted and expanded science in their learning institutions. However, re pre-cursor to the founding of this seminal work was the so-called 'meeting of the invisibles' who gathered and/or inspired many to look scientifically at God's creation, and jettison the debilitating 'alchemy' that non-Christian ideologies had fostered an ensnared societies with. 

    Now prominent individuals such as Professor Theodore Haak, John Wilkins, John Wallis and Christopher Wren all contributed to this vital emergence.

    For centuries the great learning centres of the world were in England, and all courses undertaken was always underpinned with Christian Theology at the core, granting humanity the lens it needed to discover the Creators fingerprints in all scientific disciplines. Summed up by the now famous words of Johanne Kepler who totally understood that we create or 'discover' nothing, only slowly uncovering the graciously fathomable work of the Creator God.

    "O, Almighty God, I am thinking Thy thoughts after Thee!...The die is cast; the book is written, to be read either now or by posterity, I care not which. It may be well to wait a century for a reader, as God has waited six thousand years for an observer."

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