Popular Science and Scripture Show 'Creation in the 21st Century' Re-Launches January 8th on Trinity Broadcasting Network
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LOS ANGELES, Jan. 7, 2014 /Christian Newswire/ -- With so many in the scientific community holding it up to ridicule, has the scriptural account of creation lost its validity? Are Christians fighting a losing battle in their efforts to defend the Genesis One account of the earth's beginnings? Absolutely Not! says the new host of Creation in the 21st Century, the classic science and Scripture program that will begin re-airing January 8th at 11 a.m. Central Time (9 a.m. Pacific) on the Trinity Broadcasting Network.
"The Alpha and Omega left a pattern of His fingerprints across each corner of the universe, found even in the tiniest crevices of our planet," says new program host David Rives, a creation scientist and researcher whose work has been featured on the History Channel as well as in many international media outlets. "It's a pattern I have devoted my life to finding and sharing."
Each week Creation in the 21st Century features top scientists, stories, and discoveries that will enlighten, educate, and inspire as Rives takes viewers on an amazing journey through the grandeur of the universe. From deep space, to the amazing complexities of planet earth, to God's plan of salvation through Jesus Christ, each episode of this innovative show will challenge viewers to take a closer look at Scripture in light of the wonders of God's creation.
As an authority on biblical astronomy, as well as a popular author, lecturer, and recording artist, David Rives has gained a reputation for his bold and unapologetic biblical worldview as he travels the world combining the wonders of science with the clear gospel message.
In July Dr. Paul Crouch and Matthew Crouch interviewed David Rives on Behind the Scenes about the re-launch of the popular Creation in the 21st Century on TBN. (Click Here to view that program.)
"The Bible is true from beginning to end," said Rives in explaining the mission of Creation in the 21st Century. "If you compromise on the very first verse of the Bible, then what next? Will we still believe that Jesus Christ died for our sins and was raised again? Everything comes into question when you begin questioning the very foundation of Scripture: 'In the beginning, God created.'"
Tune in each Wednesday at 11 a.m. Central (9 a.m. Pacific) for David Rives and Creation in the 21st Century on the Trinity Broadcasting Network.