Every subject addessed by the Bible reveals absolute accuracy which could only have been divinely inspired. Even 500 years ago many people thought the earth was flat. Yet the prophet Isaiah spoke of the earth as being a “circle.” The Hebrew word for circle was khug, which means something with “roundness or sphericity.” How did Isaiah know this?

Jeremiah the prophet declared that the stars in the sky were countless. In Jeremiah's time (600 B.C.) only about 3,000 stars could be seen on a clear night with the naked eye. Twenty-two centuries later, Galileo caught a glimpse of the vastly greater number of stars with his telescope. For the first time, humans were able to see how numerous the stars are and admit that what God said about the stars being countless (by human beings) is literally true. It was not until the last century, however, that Sir James Jean (1930) wrote in his book Mysterious Universe that the “total number of stars is roughly equal to the total number of grains of sand on all the seashores of all the world.” This scientific truth was revealed by God 2,500 years before it was discovered by man.

From A Closer Look at the Evidence by Kleiss, May 14.

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