In contrast, as I point out in my book The Faith, the Bible’s claims can be substantiated. It makes the very same claims about universal moral intuitions that neuroscientists are now proving.
It is not only the Bible’s moral and anthropological claims that are being proven: Archeology is increasingly proving Scripture’s historical claims, as well.
In many ways, see, the Bible anticipates contemporary scientific discoveries—as in Romans 2. It is not because the writers of Scripture were lucky—it is because the Bible is the revealed Word of God.
As I wrote in The Faith, the two great propositions Christians believe are that “God is” and “God has spoken.” The discoveries Brooks describes validate both, which should not surprise any of us.
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