Thursday, May 1, 2014

Why Science Does Not Disprove God

There is a significant battle being waged by some in the scientific/intelligentsia communities which claims that our knowledge of science has now reached a point that humans can explain most of the important mysteries of life.  Hence, there is no need of the Divine anymore.  If one truly understands science, one knows God does not truly exist.

While the nature of that argument is hogwash on its face, it was refuted quite deftly in a recent article in Time by Amir D. Aczel where he pulls together scientific findings that not only support a Supreme Being, they'd be nearly impossible to occur without one.

I encourage you to read the whole thing here.

His concluding paragraph sums it up very well:

Science and religion are two sides of the same deep human impulse to understand the world, to know our place in it, and to marvel at the wonder of life and the infinite cosmos we are surrounded by. Let’s keep them that way, and not let one of them attempt to usurp the role of the other. 

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