Blood Necessary for Life
Discovered in the 19th century
Blood is the Same in All Humans
All races have similar proportions fo the four basic blood types. Discovered in 1900 by Karl Landsteiner.
Flesh Differs Among Species
1 Corinthians 15:39
Discovered in 1939
Reproductive Cells Possessed by Females
Discovered in 1880
Skin Made of Dust
90% of household dust consists of dead skin. Discovered in the early 20th century.
Earth is Spherical
From 1500 to 1700 various inventions confirm the earth's roundness. After 1950 views from space verified the fact.
Earth is Suspended Without Support
Discovered in 1697 by Sir Isaac Newton
Discovered in 1920
Single Face of the Moon Visible
Space is Infinite
Stars are Innumerable
Measurable Only by God
Discovered in 1940
Earth has been Totally Submerged in Water
Discovered in 1885 by Seuss
Hydrologic Cycle (Rain -> Stream ->Ocean)
Discovered in 1841
Property of Clouds
Seaworthy Ship Design Ratio 30:5:3
Discovered in 1860
Spontaneous Generation Disproved
Discovered in 1698 by Redi. Discovered in 1862 by Pasteur.
Three Divisions: Plant, Animal, and Mineral
Classified in 1740 by Linnaeus
Animal Blood is Not Suitable for Consumption
Discovered in the 17th century
Blood and Fat are Not Suitable for Consumption
Discovered in the 1930s
Certain Animals are Not Suitable for Consumption
Discovered in the 16th century
II Samuel 22:16
Between 1840 and 1971 man completed the mapping of the ocean floor, showing many canyons of the deep penetrating to depths of over 42,000 feet.
Discovered between 1930 and 1945.
Waters Swarm with Living Creatures
Genesis 1:20 (see the Hebrew text)
Discovery of "little animals" in a microscope in 1676 by Leeuwenhoek
Circumcision on the eighth day
The procedure is safe by the eighth day due to the proper concentration of vitamin K and prothrombin.
Early Diagnosis of Leprosy
Discovered in the 17th century.
Transmission of Disease
Isolation of body substances and universal precautions discovered in the 1980s.
Disposal of Human Waste
Microbial breakdown of buried waste products understood by the late 19th century.
Semmelweiss reduced the death rate in Vienna hospitals from 1 in 6 to 1 in 84 in the 1850s.
Quarantine for Disease Control
A plague was controlled in Europe using biblical principles in 1350.