I Believe That God And Science Are Intertwined

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    The deistic view - one

    that accepts that a God exists because of the rationality behind it, though they have no particular religion and tend to believe that God is uninvolved in our lives. A number of scientists are actually deists (and some even Christians) who believe in a creator and intelligent...
    imagine524 imagine524
    7 Responses May 14, 2014

    Science Is Evolving

    I really believe that God and science are intertwined. When I hear Stephen Hawking say that God, or a creator doesn't exist I am amazed by how such an intelligent man could be so ignorant. Personally I feel that some of Stephen Hawkings discoveries prove that there is a God...
    fatalcharm fatalcharm
    31-35, F
    10 Responses Dec 21, 2011

    In society today we see a stand off between

    science and religion and it saddens me. In the past many of our great scientific ancestors saw science as a way to get closer to the creator and show the proof of his glory. Here is an example that is used often to show how Christianity attacked science in days gone by that is...
    Babygirl12296Daddy Babygirl12296Daddy
    18-21, M
    1 Response May 12, 2014

    When I was six I had a weird skin rash

    that was a distinctive version of the chicken pox. The doctor said, (in those times) there are was only one treatment for it and it was in a trial phase. No conclusive data to prove that this medication actually worked. If the medication. didn't work, then we had to ho with the...
    ivan305 ivan305
    36-40, M
    1 Response Jan 1, 2015

    I don't think that they are polar opposites in

    the explanation of creation and evolution. I'm a Christian and I'm proud to admit that. But a lot of the myth behind the Old Testament especially from the scant recollection and knowledge I have of it, simply does not add up! I once heard (Bill Hicks I believe) that if you add...
    PeterSp8 PeterSp8
    46-50, M
    2 Responses Jun 14, 2015

    Tedxcambridge - Jeff Lieberman On Science And Spirituality

    Jeff Lieberman, an MIT-trained artist, scientist and engineer, makes a scientific argument for mystical experience. He asks us to challenge our perception of what we are, our relationship to the universe, and our relationship to one another. Our minds are "thought-generating...
    Hiddenheart101 Hiddenheart101
    56-60, F
    2 Responses Nov 20, 2012

    There's room for both in my opinion.

    The Big Bang probably happened, but God is also involved. Maybe each solar system has its own god, who knows?
    gtownguy gtownguy
    56-60, M
    Mar 21, 2016

    I think scientist that blatantly dismiss god

    and religion are just as arrogant as religious leaders and theologians who blatantly dismiss science :)
    JohnInKansas JohnInKansas
    70+, M
    3 Responses Jun 13, 2014

    yeah i think of the soul

    as a noncorporeal energy that makes you who you are. maybe the electrical pulses in the brain or some kind of potential energy and since energy and matter can't be created or destroyed merely changed that would seem to indicate some kind of an afterlife and no one can explain...
    Pangy54321 Pangy54321
    22-25, M
    Mar 6, 2016

    Science comes first. Because,

    that is out tangible evidence. What we can see and hear and prove and personally witness are first. But there has to be a reason behind all of it. All this around us? It doesn't happen by accident. Our Creator, our Caretaker…? They put all of this here. And then we were...
    Dragonogh Dragonogh
    18-21, M
    May 12, 2014
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