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About IWI

The Mission of the IWI  

The mission of IWI (The Genetics of God project) is to apply modern scientific discoveries in the domain of science and revelation in theology to encourage scholars and laypeople to better understand the harmony between Science and Faith in the light of modern genetics.

What do we do? 

IWI explores the mystery of the Scriptures (written Word of God), the rationality behind the Physical “Word of Life” (DNA word, ACTG), the invisible Logos/Word (John 1:1), and how they affirm that the manifested Word in the Flesh is Jesus Christ, The “Word of Life” (1 John 1:1).

What do we believe?

We affirm that God is the Creator, Savior, and Restorer.  

We affirm that the first atom, the first Adam, and all animate and inanimate objects and man- the crown of God’s creation- were created by God through Jesus Christ.  

We believe the tripartite man (body, spirit, and soul) was created in the image of the triune God (Father, Son, and the Holy Spirit).  

We believe that man fell short of God's glory and that the sinner needs a   Savior. By His death and resurrection, Jesus Christ conquered death, and whoever believes in Him shall be saved.                                                                             We believe that Salvation is tri-dimensional and that it involves justification (Son), sanctification (Holy Spirit), and glorification (Father). 

We believe God reveals Himself in His creation (natural science) and the Scripture (Spiritual Science) and manifested Himself as fully God and man in the person of Jesus Christ.

We believe that scientific discoveries magnify God's glory and complement and do not contradict faith.   

We believe in One God, One Children of God, One Savior, and One Universal Salvation by One Universal Christ. 

We believe in the Second coming of Jesus Christ and eternal reign. 

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