For the Dutch version of the site see the first line of webpages


Kepler is a scientist from the 16th/17th century

Some see him as an important founder

of modern science

Remarkable was his attitude as a scientist:

he revered the facts he observed

but he revered the Creator even more

Kepler desired to honour God with his work and

wanted to discover how He made the world

Welcome to the Kepler site

Man is curious and creative. That’s been the case since Adam. In Genesis we read he gave names to all the animals and had to till and guard the Garden of Eden. Creation didn’t have to remain the same. And there is a lot to discover in creation: what is its construction and which possibilities does it have? These questions lead us to science.

Science has great impact on our daily lives. Think of the design, development and testing of medicines, cars, computers and food.

Science also involves making choices, sometimes these choices are ethical. Think of the use of nuclear power, our stewardship over creation, cloning etcetera.

And what does it mean if you read "proven scientifically"?

Closely related to this question are the questions on our origin. The answers aren't easily given - scientifically that is: we might have to cross the borders of science ...

This website provides explanations, information and links on different topics related to science. Just browse ...!

Questions and remarks are welcome: just mail!



Responsible for the website is Kees Fieggen (see the picture to the left).

For 41 years I was teacher in biology, science and science in society. I also teach Bible topics (giving lectures and writing articles and books - for the moment only in Dutch). For the books see