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Authors

Terry R. Green

Abstract

The worlds of science and the Bible represent two complementary sources of knowledge with different purposes, language, and methods. Unguistics is a main cause of conflict in science and Bible. Biblical language, aiming for relationship with God, Is emotive and popular or the language of appearance. Science, concerned with physical and intermediate cause and effect, is precise, mechanistic and reductionistlc. Scientific foreknowledge is more than just Inerrancy claims and is logically classified as prescience prophecy. Yet, its innate misuse of the nature of science and Bible does not fit any biblical pattern of prophecy. A sampling of prescience prophecy shows a flawed hermeneutic which produces contradictory doctrines and a confused reliance on each generation's science.

Keywords

Prescience prophecy, phenomenological, nonpostulational

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