1 In the beginnynge GOD created heauen and erth. 2 The erth was voyde and empty, and darcknesse was vpon the depe, and the spirite of God moued vpon the water. 3 Than God sayd: let there be light: & there was lyght. 4 And God sawe the lyght that it was good: & deuyded the lyght from the darcknesse, 5 & called the lyght the daye, & the darcknesse the nyght: and so of the euenyng & mornyng was made the fyrst daye. 6 And God sayde: let there be a fyrmament betwene the waters, & let it deuyde the waters a sonder. 7 Than God made the fyrmament, and parted the waters whyche were vnder the fyrmament, from the waters that were aboue the fyrmament: And it was so. 8 And God called the fyrmament Heauen. And so of the euenynge and mornyng was made the seconde daye. 9 And God sayde: let the waters that are vnder heauen gather them selues vnto one place, that the drye lande may appere. And it came so to passe. 10 And GOD called the drye lande the erth, and the gatheryng together of waters called he the sea. And God sawe that it was good. 11 And God sayde: let the erth brynge forth herbe and grasse that sowe seed, and fruteful trees, that bere frute euery one in his kynde, hauyng their seed in them selues vpon the erth. And it came so to passe. 12 And the erth brought forth herbe and grasse sowing seed euery one in hys kynde, and trees berynge frute, and hauynge theyr seed in themselues, euery one in hys kynde. And God sawe that it was good, 13 and then of the euenyng and mornyng was made the thyrde daye. 14 Than sayde God: let there be lightes in the fyrmament of heauen, to deuyde the day from the nyght, that they may be vnto sygnes, seasons, dayes and yeares. 15 And let them be lyghtes in the fyrmament of heauen, to shyne vpon the erth: And so it was. 16 And God made two greate lyghtes: A greater lyght to rule the daye, and a lesse lyght to rule the nyght: and he made sterres also. 17 And God put them in the fyrmament of heauen to shyne vpon the erth, 18 and to rule the daye and the nyght: and to deuyde the lyght from darcknesse. And God sawe that it was good: 19 & so of the euenyng & mornyng was made the fourth day. 20 And God said: let the water bryng forth creatures that moue and haue lyfe, & foules for to flye ouer the erth vnder the fyrmament of heauen. 21 And God created greate whalles and al maner of creatures that lyue & moue, whych the waters brought forth in their kyndes, & all maner of fethered foules in theyr kyndes. And God sawe that it was good: 22 & God blessed them sayinge: Growe and multyplie and fyll the waters of the seas: and let the foules multyplye vpon the erth. 23 And so of the euening & morning was made the fyfth day. 24 And God sayd: let the erth brynge forth lyuynge creatures in their kyndes: catell and wormes & beastes of the erth in their kyndes, & so it came to passe. 25 And God made the beastes of the erth in their kyndes, and catell in their kyndes, & al maner wormes of the erth in their kyndes: & God saw that it was good. 26 And God sayde: let vs make man in oure similitude & after our lycknesse: that he may haue rule ouer the fysh of the sea, and ouer the foules of the ayre, & ouer catell, and ouer all the erth, and ouer all wormes that crepe on the erth. 27 And God created man after hys likenes, after the lycknesse of god created he hym: male & female created he them. 28 And God blessed them, & God sayde vnto them: Growe and multiplye & fyl the erth, & subdue it, & haue dominion ouer the fyshes of the sea, and ouer the foules of the ayre, and ouer al the beastes that moue on the erth. 29 And God sayde: see, I haue geuen you al herbes that sowe seed, whyche are on all the erth, & all maner trees that haue frute in them and sowe seed: to be meate for you 30 and for al beastes of the erth, and vnto all foules of the ayre, and vnto all that crepeth on the erth, where in is lyfe, that they maye haue all maner herbes and grasse for to eate, and euen so it was. 31 And God behelde all that he had made, and loo, they were exceadinge good: & so of the euenynge and mornyng was made the syxte daye.
Bible verses about "science" | Matthew
7 He stretched oute the north ouer the emptie, & hangeth the earth vpon nothinge. 8 He bindeth the water in hys cloudes, that they fall not doune together. 9 He holdeth back his stoul, that it can not be sene, and spredeth his cloudes before it. 10 He hath compaseth the waters wt certayne boundes, vntill the day and night come to an ende. 11 The very pillers of heauen tremble & quake at his reprofe. 12 He stilleth the sea with his power, and thorow hys wisdom hath he set forthe the world. 13 Wyth his spirites hath he garnisshed the heauens, & with his hand hath he wounded the rebellious serpent. 14 This is nowe a short summe of his doynges. But who is able sufficiently to rehearse his workes? Who can perceyue and vnderstand the thondre of his power?
27 For when he made the heauens, I was present: when he sette vp the depthes in ordre:
27 And God created man after hys likenes, after the lycknesse of god created he hym: male & female created he them.
4 Where wast thou, when I layde the foundacyons of the earth? Tel planely yf thou hast vnderstandyng.
17 and he is before all thinges, and in hym all thinges haue theyr beynge.
7 He stretched oute the north ouer the emptie, & hangeth the earth vpon nothinge.
20 So that his inuisible thinges, that is to saye, hys eternall power and Godhead, are vnderstand & sene by the workes from the creation of the worlde. So that they are wythout excuse,
20 O Timothe saue that whiche is geuen the to kepe, and auoyde vnghostlye vanytyes of voyces and opposicyons of science falslye so called,
13 applied my mynde to seke out & search for the knowlege of all thinges that are done vnder heauen. Such trauayle and labour hath God geuen vnto the chyldren of men, too exercyse them selfes therein. 14 Thus I haue considred all the thynges that come to passe vnder the Sunne, & so, they are all but vanitie & vexacion of mynde. 15 The croked can not be mayde strayght, & the fautes can not be numbred. 16 I commoned wyth myne owne hert, saying: lo, I am come to a greate estate, & haue gotten more wisdome, then all they that haue bene before me in Ierusalem. Yea, my hert had great experience of wysedome & knowlege, 17 for there vnto I applyed my mynde: that I might knowe what were wisdome & vnderstanding, what were errour & folishnes. And I perceyued that this also was but a vexacion of minde:
22 That he sytteth vpon the circle of the worlde, and that al the inhabytours of the worlde are in comparison of him, but as greshoppers: That he spredeth out the heauens as a coueryng, that he stretcheth them out, as a tent to dwell in:
1 In the beginnynge GOD created heauen and erth.
5 Thou hast layed the earth vpon her foundacion, that it neuer moueth at any tyme.
12 Who hath holden the waters in hys fyst? Who hath measured heauen with his spanne, and hath comprehended all the earth of the worlde in thre fyngers? Who hath weyed the mountaynes and hylles?
4 Where wast thou, when I layde the foundacyons of the earth? Tel planely yf thou hast vnderstandyng. 5 Who hath measured it, knoweste thou? Or, who hath spreade the lyne vpon it? 6 Wherevpon stande the pylers of it? Or who layed the corner stone? 7 Where wast thou when the mornyng starres praysed me together & all the chyldren of God reioysed triumphantly? 8 Who shut the sea with dores, when it brake forth as a chyld oute of his mothers wombe? 9 When I made the cloudes to be a coueryng for it, & swadled it wyth the darcke? 10 when I gaue it my commaundement, makynge dores & barres for it, 11 saying: Hytherto shalt thou come, but no forther, & here shalte thou laye doune thy proude & hye waues. 12 Haste thou geuen the mornyng his charge (as sone as thou wast borne) and shewed the daye sprynge his place, 13 that it might take holde of the corners of the earthe, & that the vngodlye myght be shaken out? 14 Theyr tokens & weapons haste thou turned lyke claye & set them vp agayne as the chaunginge of a garment. 15 Yea thou hast spoyled the vngodly of theyr lyght, & broken the arme of the proude. 16 Camest thou euer into the grounde of the sea: or haste thou walked in the lowe corners of the depe? 17 Haue the gates of death ben opened vnto the, or haste thou sene the dore of euerlasting treasure? 18 Hast thou also perceiued, how broad the earth is? Nowe yf thou haste knowledge of all, 19 then shewe me where lyght dwelleth, & where darcknes is: 20 that thou mayest brynge vs vnto theyr quarters, yf thou canste tell the waye to theyr houses. 21 Knewest thou (when thou wast borne) how olde thou shuldest be? 22 Wentest thou euer into the threasuryes of the snowe, or haste thou sene the secrete places of the hayle, 23 whiche I haue prepared agaynst the tyme of trouble, agaynste the tyme of battell and warre? 24 By what waye is the lyghte parted, and the heate dealte oute vpon the earth? 25 Who deuydeth the aboundaunce of waters into ryuers, or who maketh a waye for the stormye wether, 26 that it watereth & moystureth the drye and baren grounde, 27 to make the grasse growe in places where no body dwelleth, and in the wyldernes where no man remayneth? 28 Who is the father of rayne? Or who hath begotten the droppes of dewe? 29 Oute of whose wombe came the yse? Who hath gendred the coldnes of the ayre? 30 that the waters are as harde as stones, and lye congeled aboue the depe.
2 The worckes of the Lorde are greate, sought oute of all them, that haue pleasure therin.