Theology Thursday: The Bible is a History Book

* Bible Credibility: The writer of the book of Luke wrote much of the history of the early church. In today's message from Luke 3, Bob explains that the history is true and why that is important.

IN PERSON: RSR's List of Evidence Against the Big Bang


When: Friday, October 10, 2014, 7:00PM

Where: 5900 E. Yale Ave, Denver, CO

RMCF presents a live Real Science Radio program by Bob Enyart and Fred Williams. To come with questions ready, just preview the presentation notes, at Software engineer and creation speaker Fred Williams joins his RSR co-host Bob Enyart to present their popular list of scientific evidence against the big bang. RSR airs Fridays at 3 p.m. on America's most powerful Christian radio station, Denver's 50,000-watt AM 670 KLTT. Bob pastor's Denver Bible Church and is a spokesman for American Right To Life and Fred is the long-time webmaster for the Creation Research Society, the first creation organization in the U.S.

* RSR Friend Andy McIntosh's Math Webinar: On Monday, Oct. 13th at 1 p.m. Eastern Time (11 a.m. MT) with many in the UK and the US, Bob Enyart will be watching Science, Mathematics and Beauty.

The power of mathematics is a very strong argument for the existence of the transcendent God. We will first consider the nature of abstract thought. We will then consider the nature of mathematics and its connection to reality. We will then examine the language of mathematics and show that the only consistent reality that is coherent and works in science is one which accepts the truth that meaning and purpose are realities which are transcendent to the physical Universe.

This talk will deal with a number of examples of the intriguing beauty and power of mathematics. Mathematics is more than a language and a tool of logic. When used to describe the physics of one system it is surprising how many other disciplines reflect the same principles so that the form of the equations can be similar. But we need to get underneath this and start with an even more fundamental concept concerning number itself. Dr. Jason Lisle has said,

"Numbers are concepts. Thus they are abstract in nature. They exist in the world of thought and are not material or physical. You cannot literally touch a number, or even see one, because they are not made of matter."