Tag Archives: Science and faith

Pulling back the curtain on materialism

I personally believe that the real conflict is not actually between science and faith, but between materialism and idealism. For some background of these ontologies, I briefly talked about these two views in “Christ, the Cosmic Mind, and Consciousness.” Classically, … Continue reading

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Science cannot replace God

If God exists, then science cannot replace God. Science exists because God exists. Where we got the notion that scientific advancement somehow replaces God comes from pagan idea of God that’s called the “god of the gaps.” I mentioned this … Continue reading

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A question about “evidence”

I have a question for my detractors. We theists are constantly chided by atheists and skeptics for our “blind faith,” whereas they claim they base their views on solid scientific evidence. It’s also popularly thought that progress in science will … Continue reading

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Christ, the Cosmic Mind, and Consciousness

How’s that for a crazy title! This post is a follow up from my last post on worldviews.   You will no doubt think this entire post is crazy, but if you take some time to study it out, it might … Continue reading

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How is God creator?

This is a continuation where I left off with “Deconstructing the God of the gaps,” where I argued that the theist’s belief in a creator is not displaced by scientific discovery. This time we will look at what we theists … Continue reading

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Deconstructing the God of the gaps

When Steven Hawking wrote, “Because there is a law such as gravity, the universe can and will create itself from nothing.” (“The Grand Design“), he was concluding that God did not create the universe and the “Big Bang” was an … Continue reading

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The sticky thing about what we believe

When it comes down to it, it seems to me that people will either believe or not believe, accept or refuse to accept, the existence of God, not because of the scientific evidence or lack thereof, but because that’s what … Continue reading

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Making Sense of Randomness in Evolution

In my last post we had a lengthy discussion about whether evolution shows that the biological process is totally random, accidental, and unguided. I thought these two video clips would help clear up some confusion over the subject for us … Continue reading

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Is Evolution compatible with the Bible?

I’ve been looking at whether science and faith are compatible in a series of posts. This post is a continuation from “The Skinny on the “Creation/Evolution Debate.” In particular here the question is, can someone be an Evangelical Bible-believing Christian … Continue reading

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The Skinny on the Creation/Evolution Debate

I must admit that one of the reasons I felt compelled to start a “Christian Apologetics” category on my blog was because I find the condescending and combative browbeating by anti-theists toward people of faith annoying and pretentious. Those of … Continue reading

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