What is the difference between science and engineering? Don't ask a scientist, they don't know. Oh, and don't ask an engineer either. It turns out that the difference is not a matter of what each one does, it is a matter of what each one works on. A scientist is someone who engineers models of the world. See the full discussion at http://www.adamtonoah.com/engineers.html. And this relates to the Bible how? The Bible contains the science and engineering of its day. That's how.
My name is Leonard Timmons and I live in the metropolitan Atlanta area. I've worked as an engineer here since 1983. I have a Bachelor of Electrical Engineering (BEE) degree from Georgia Institute of Technology. I graduated in 1982. I work with computers, networks and network security. I also manage Oracle databases among other things. I have studied the Bible closely for many years. The Bible writers were practical, make-it-work kind of people and it takes an engineering perspective to understand what they wrote. I think that having an engineering perspective when reading the Bible is more useful in understanding it than any other perspective.