Can Scripture Be Trusted? | This Week at ICR #95

First Up:


Trees and most plants use sunlight to make their own food in a process called photosynthesis. This word is the combination of “photo,” which means light, and “synthesis,” which means putting together. Since humans and many animals eat plants, photosynthesis is very important for life on Earth!

You’re never too young to be a creation scientist! Kids, discover fun facts about God’s creation with ICR’s special Creation Kids learning and activities page.

Click HERE to download the November-December 2022 activity page. (Download previous Creation Kids pages here.)


Both believers and skeptics can find themselves asking if Scripture can be taken at its word. Is it scientifically accurate? Can its history be trusted? Where does the evidence land? And why does it matter?

In this episode, host Trey and Michael sit down with ICR physicists Dr. Jake Hebert and David Rives to discuss the accuracy of Scripture, evidence for creation, and ways to share your faith. If the Bible is what it claims to be, it only makes sense that discoveries in science and archeology continue to confirm the accuracy of Scripture.

The Creation.Live podcast is available on YouTube, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and Google Podcasts. Whatever the topic, we hope these conversations are encouraging and enlightening in an increasingly chaotic world.

Watch now!

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