In this program, Dr. Ankerberg with Dr. Walter Kaiser and Dr. Darrell Bock discuss Old Testament prophecies about the coming Messiah and offer evidence that shows how these earliest prophecies of the Messiah point toward the coming of Jesus. You’ll grow in both your knowledge of Scripture and encouragement in God’s Word as you see the divine plan God has developed since the beginning of Scripture.
In this program, Dr. Ankerberg and guests, Sandra Tanner, Michael Wilder, Dr. Lynn Wilder, will look at some of the basic beliefs regarding God according to Mormon teachings, including stories from John’s guests as former Mormons who explain what life was like and how they turned to biblical Christianity. As we do, we’ll find the answers to some of the questions generally held about Mormons along with a deeper understanding of our own Christian faith.
Should Scripture and science be compatible? Some argue that the focus should only be on God’s Word; other argue science should be the focus. But is there room for both?
Scripture is clear that God did not evolve people; He created them. Each form of life was specifically designed by God on purpose and for a purpose. God specifically created man and woman, Adam and Eve, in His own image, providing for them through their surroundings in the Garden of Eden and extending fellowship to them.
Both Scripture and science point to a time of creation; yet only Scripture declares God is the One who created. Genesis 1 and 2 reveal that He created, what He created, and some details of how and in what order He created. In this session, Dr. Ross discusses some of these aspects of God’s creative work on earth, while Dr. Kaiser’s clips offer additional insight regarding Scripture’s intended meaning of the “days” of creation.
There is much debate regarding the actual “days” of creation in Genesis 1 and 2. Were these 24 hour days, long periods of time, or simply poetry with no reference to time? How do the vast numbers of stars relate to how we understand creation? What is the importance of dark energy? Is there some way in which the Genesis account of creation and the scientific evidence correspond with one another?
Have you ever considered that the skies “shout out” evidence for God? The more scientists learn about the sun, moon, stars, and other components of outer space, the more evidence is found for an Intelligent Designer who created all things.
The Bible affirms that in the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. As scientists discover the details regarding the universe’s creation, they are finding an enormous level of complexity. This complexity is so far beyond what had been previously expected or known that the information increasingly points to a supernatural Creator of all things rather than a universe evolving over time through chance or random processes.
Does Genesis 1 reflect what science has recently discovered about the creation of the universe? In this session Dr. Hugh Ross shows this is increasingly the case. As astronomers look back at the timing and intricate details of the galaxies, the evidence is growing to show the universe had a beginning, followed by the creation of planet earth in such a way that coincides with the opening verses of Genesis 1.
Do the Bible’s opening words “In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth” offer a scientifically accurate view of the universe? Astronomer Dr. Hugh Ross reveals in this session that the evidence increasingly points toward a beginning of all space, matter, time, and energy in a way that affirms this biblical conviction.
In this program, we’ll take a look at some of the latest discoveries that have scientists of all backgrounds speaking of a clear beginning to the universe that opens anew the discussion of the God of the Bible. As we do, you’ll discover fascinating new insight regarding God’s Word and how it can apply to your life today.