It is important for us to remember that God himself has provided the proof that he alone is the true God who knows past, present, and future. When Thomas demands to see Christ’s hands, Christ graciously offers them for Thomas to see and touch. Even so, Jesus tells us that while many saw him and touched him and believed, “Blessed are those who have not seen and yet have believed” (John 20:29). God doesn’t have to prove himself to us; but in his gracious and loving condescension to us, he provided evidence of multiple kinds, so that “you will believe that I am who I am” (John 13:19). — Leah Baugh (from, 3 Ways Science Supports the Miracle of the Resurrection)