Yes. Most of the bible, mainly first testiment, can be explained by science. For example, the ten plagues of egypt (Book of Exodus). Each can be
explained by a volcanic euption:
1. Water to Blood (7:19) can be explained by either lava, gasses building up below the water, or a runoff with a lot of igneous sediment in it.
2. Frogs (8:2, 8:3, 8:4), due to the suddenly acidic soil and water caused by a volcanic eruption, can cause frogs to, for a short while at least, run
away from the banks and pretty much end up anywhere nearby.
3. Gnats (18:16) can be explained simmilarly to the frogs. also, they, as well as the frogs, could have been stirred up because of an impending
4. Flies (18:21) can be explained just like the gnats.
5. Livestock Dead (9:3). Acidic soil and water, poisonous plants due to acidic water, the gnats and flies, and several other factors caused by an
impending or occuring eruption can be used to explain this plague.
6. Boils (9:8, 9:9). (eww). These can be explained by acid water, and diseases carried by the various insects that were "brought on".
7. Thunder and Hail (9:18). When any extremely large fire burns for a long time, all the moisture on the ground collects in the clouds and mixes with
the gases and Tephra (the dust, stones, ashes, and bombs that make a pyroclaustic cloud), and create one hell of a rainstorm (if it was real rain).
They don't, however, mention rain, so it's possible that the "Hail and thunder" can be explained by the explosion and pyroclaustic cloud given off
by Cinder-Cone and Composite volcanoes.
8. Locust (10:4, 10:5) there bugs! they can eat pretty much anything. It's possible that the locust weren't affected as much as the other animals
"brought on" by the plauges. They could have been scared off by the eruption and flew in any direction away from the volcano. Either that, or the
same explaination used on the other bugs can be used here.
9. Darkness (10:21, 10:22). Wow. PYROCLAUSTIC CLOUD! MY GOD (no pun intended)! The cloud could have, and probably did, black the sun.
10. Death of First Born (11:14, 11:15) can be explained by any ash in the air. Kids are usually affected by airborne particles more than adults.
However, the whole thing about putting the lambs blood on the door frame doesn't make any sense at all to me. Some people suggested it was used as a
sealent to keep the ash from coming in through the gaps in the doorframe.
So, a volcanic eruption a good couple of miles away could explain each of the plagues one way or another. Either that, or something really F!%#ed up
happened there a long time ago. or, they were all killed by this guy