Articles by Leonard Brand
Only a deep, personal knowledge of God can give us the wisdom to make truly informed choices of what standard we will use to recognize true and trustworthy knowledge—the Word of God or modern scientific interpretations.
WHEN THE disciple Thomas heard that Jesus had risen he would not believe it until he could see and touch the wounds in His hands and side (John 20: 24, 25). When Jesus appeared before Thomas and the other disciples eight days later, His words made it plain that those who have strong faith and can believe without seeing all the evidence gain a blessing from their strong faith. However, He also felt compassion for Thomas in his weakness, and showed him the evidence he had asked for (verses 26-29). . .
The monthly science and religion column.
Which authority do will you trust?
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This article is adapted from one that appeared in Origins 12, No. 2 (1985): 71-88.
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