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Will religion and science ever be compatible? Religion accepts authority as truth while science accepts truth as authority. While religion and science may sometimes agree isn’t this just a matter of mere coincidence? If science contradicts some of the specific “facts” … Continue reading
The supernatural can never be scientifically proven because it ceases to be “supernatural” once sufficient scientific proof is obtained. It is then considered to be a completely “natural” phenomenon.
( Adapted from a page by Atheists of Silicon Valley. ) This is adapted from an atheist website. It points out how ridiculously absurd some of the arguments for God’s existence actually are. Fellow believers, please don’t take offense — I just … Continue reading
Yes, science is usually wrong. By wrong, I mean inaccurate. The margin of error may be vanishingly small but it is error nevertheless. Consider that few scientific theories have a shelf-life of more than a couple of centuries before becoming … Continue reading
One of the definitions of “God” in my dictionary is “ruler of the universe”. Some may deny that the universe has a ruler but it certainly has rules. The rules of the universe cannot be broken. The rules of the … Continue reading
The Bible says, “fish”. Popular culture says, “whale”. I think this may be a rare instance when popular culture got it right. The problem occurs when we attempt to apply modern taxonomical nomenclature to sea creatures of Jonah’s time. The … Continue reading
Recently, I was reading an article about ‘dark’ matter (a theory originally proposed to account for the non-newtonian rotation of the galaxies). It occurs to me, however, that Einstein already dealt with that in his Theory of relativity. We assume … Continue reading
No miracles can ever be scientifically proven – because whenever they are they immediately cease to be miracles and become scientific fact. When you stop and think about it, all of science is really just a succession of proven miracles.
I think scientists and theologians are basically on the same path. The main difference is that scientists believe that God’s native tongue is more akin to mathematics rather than Hebrew or Greek.