Discerning Truth

Jul 20, 2022 | Blog | 0 comments


How can we know if information is accurate or biased?

New discoveries, studies and information are available every day, but all too often they have been interpreted for us from an evolutionary viewpoint. With the availability of the Internet, it is now easier to find the original sources of research, archaeological discoveries, etc. We need to look for biases, test and verify the interpretations, and draw our own conclusions without the evolutionary spin.
Sometimes the original premise and assumptions of a research project are based on evolutionary theory. Watch for these biases. Look at the data, and see what it actually shows. You will find that accurately interpreted data will ALWAYS be in agreement with the Bible. If you see something that seems contrary to the Bible, it has been shown over and over again that either there is a misinterpretation or some aspect has not yet been discovered. A recent example of this is our current understanding of genetic deterioration as explained by Dr. John C. Sanford. His work shows that the information in the DNA of all creatures is being rapidly corrupted, essentially proving that no creature upon Earth could be millions of years old. Numerous websites review recent scientific discoveries without an evolutionary bias.
(Source: Inspired Evidence – Von Vett & Malone)



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