The Book of Job is obviously connected to ancient history. The period of Job’s life overlaps the 3rd and 4th centuries after the Genesis Flood. What did Job know about the major historical events of early history? Examine his perspective on the worldwide Flood and primeval history. Primeval History and the Book of Job (Access […]
The book of Job is one of the oldest ever recorded. Traditionally ascribed to Moses—who edited the book of Genesis—it may well have been authored by Job himself. There are internal references and allusions to the creation, specific judgments given at the Fall of Man, references to the great Flood of Noah’s day, and events […]
Earth’s history is written in the rocks. Evolutionists look at them and see millions of years. Bible believers look at the same rock record and see just thousand. Who is right?
Examine the evidence with ICR’s Dr. Henry Morris III. Sedimentary layers reveal catastrophic deposition on a regional scale. Fossils point to massive tsunamis that buried countless creatures in deep layers of mud. Warped and folded strata reflect enormous geologic forces that are not at work today. Everything we see aligns with a worldwide flood exactly like the one recorded in Genesis.
We live in an age when there is more evidence for the accuracy of Scripture than ever before in history. Be prepared with answers for the authority of God’s Word.
Everywhere we go, we’re bombarded by the story that everything in the universe arrived by accident. What does the Bible have to say about that? And what does science actually show?
Join ICR CEO Dr. Henry Morris III as he looks at some of the ways science demonstrates the accuracy and authority of Scripture. When it comes to origins, scientific observations affirm the truth of what Genesis says – that God created everything in six days with amazing purpose, design, and complexity. Instead of being an accidental batch of chemicals, each of us is made in God’s image. And as new creations in Christ, we can have confidence in what He has written as we share it with a lost world.