Regarding Jeff Miller’s Aug. 21 letter “Science is mankind’s savior”:
He does not believe in a living God, and I do. I know without a doubt that Jesus Christ lives. I know the Bible to be the absolute truth. Yes, I’ve read it and will continue to study it the rest of my days on Earth. It has answered all of the important questions for me. By putting faith in God and his word, what I can’t explain I know will be answered for me in time.
I’m sure the letter writer is of good character, and probably obeys the Ten Commandments. That is fine. However, we all are sinners, and to say we have not sinned is a lie. The thing is, through faith in Christ there is forgiveness.
Who will forgive the nonbeliever? Science is fine, but I refuse to trust my soul to science.
Life is what – 60, 70 or more years? For the nonbeliever that’s it – over with. Through faith, life is eternal. I believe we all will have eternal life, but without faith in Jesus Christ where will that eternity be spent?
Even now I am not searching for answers. I do not live now as if my destination is a cold, dark hole in the earth. By faith, we can be confident – without fear, without questions and confident in the promises God has made through his inspired word found in the Holy Bible.
I urge everyone: If you have not surrendered your life to the living God that created all – yes, even science – then get into the word of God. Learn to trust in Him as your redeemer and have faith that He can and will be there for all who believe.