Saturday, April 09, 2016

Question of the Week: Can We Look to Nature to Reveal Truth About God?

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Can We Look to Nature to Reveal Truth About God?
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Is Nature the 67th Book of the Bible?
"Nature" is everything around us, and God gave it to humanity so that we could look into the universe around us and see His glory. But when the Bible mentions nature and the Word together, we find that only one of them is permanent and foundational for knowing and fulfilling His will. Nature—this universe—will pass away and be rolled up like a scroll (Isaiah 34:4), but God's Word will endure.

Those who promote nature as a missing aspect of God's revelation (the so-called "67th book of the Bible") need to understand two crucial fallacies with this idea.
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