Reconsider popular "controversies"
between Christian beliefs and scientific facts
Reasons To Believe holds that reason and scientific research—including the very latest discoveries—consistently support, rather than erode, confidence in the truth of the Bible. If you are not a believer but are open to the possibility of faith in God, you’ll find our work a meaningful starting point in your search.
In-depth research offers answers to tough
questions about events described in the Bible
Our work offers insight to questions such as:
How does the discovery of hundreds of planets impact beliefs about creation?
How can a loving God allow natural disasters?
What does the Bible say about origins?
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We put the latest scientific discoveries in the context of faith
Topics we cover include:
Our work is available in many forms
About our communication approach
Our approach is to engage people in informed dialogue about the links between science and faith. We place importance on doing so with gentleness and respect (see 1 Peter 3:16).
We invite you to start exploring our collection of
(thousands) of reasons to believe
As a start, you may want to begin with the below topics. They provide concise, straightforward answers to questions that come up frequently in conversations about faith, science, or both.
- How does the discovery of planets impact beliefs about creation?
- Why do we see “bad designs”
- How can a loving God allow
- Is the existence of a multiverse a real possibility?
- What does the Bible say
- Is global warming real or not?
Questions about Reasons to Believe?