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  • I agree, science does change, but not scientific facts. The "theories", and "Models" of suggested fields of science changes, but not the already established scientific facts.
    For instance, the speed of light, nuclear fusion, and fission, electronics, and so on are established facts, and can not change.
    I see what you are saying, but what defines "already established" scientific facts? We really have no idea of what science might discover about any of those things in the future. I would be hesitant to think we know all there is about even something as seemingly simple as electronics. Probable, but can't know for absolute certain.
    Does Science disprove the Genesis description of Creation?
    Are we talking about the science of 4,000 years ago, the science of today, or the science of 4,000 from now? Science does change you know. The scriptures do not.
    Hi rrobs, I wondered if you read my thread on the Bible and creation in relation to scientific discoveries?
    What do you think about what science says, and what the Bible said?
    Notice the word "PROMISE" in (Acts 2:39).----> It's to all the Lord "CALLS"
    This "promise" (land / seed / nation) refers to one God made to Abraham in (Gen. Chapters 12 -16)

    Part of his "promise" is mentioned in (Jer.31:31-34).
    34 for I will forgive their iniquity, and I will remember their sin no more.
    It (the promise) would be the forgiveness of sins. (Acts 2:38)
    Rob, I hope you are doing well. I am enjoying our bible discussion.

    You said speaking in Tongues proved one was saved. What do you think about his scripture? (1Cor.14:22) - 22 Wherefore tongues are for a sign, not to them that believe, but to them that BELIEVE NOT:
    I would like to thank you for remaining polite in your threads. You're a credit to your faith. Thanks.
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