Science and God’s Truths


Science and God’s Truths

When the preponderance of well-developed scientific evidence is in support of the great religious teachings: that is a moment of divine revelation for me.

When the preponderance of well-developed scientific evidence is not in support of the great religious teachings: that too would be a moment of divine revelation for me.

Science is a method for understanding our universe in which all who partake must strive to falsify its products in the pursuit of truth.

If one believes that God created the universe, they must then conclude that the quest of science is to discover God’s Truths.

You can tell I have been thinking about this for a long time.

Written by me on 11/30/97.

VTM, 2/9/14

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4 Responses to “Science and God’s Truths”

  1. vtmawhinney Says:

    Reblogged this on Cultural Survival Skills.

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  2. Jana Says:

    I concur. I’ve thought about this a lot. God is Truth, Love, Beauty, and Justice. I believe that the study of science is the study of God’s design, His creation.

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  3. Jana Martin Says:

    * The agnostic says the existence of God cannot be proven, therefore he doesn’t know if there is a God. The atheist is more arrogant; he says “he knows” there is no God! (excerpt from AA Big Book.) Many people have faith “in God” but their conception “of God” differs. (even within the same church denomination.) Here are my thoughts to add to your thoughts.

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