WSJ.com – Science Journal
Many of you may remember my writing about Science and assumptions This article does a good job of talking about the assumptions that Science makes–and often must make. As the article points out “‘What science is is settled methodologically,’ says Prof. Forrest. ‘It’s not that science rules out the supernatural as a precondition. But scientists want to apprehend the world, and there is no procedure for studying the supernatural. God is not a controlled variable.'”
Yup–they can’t have as assumption that God did it. But as the article points out, science gets in trouble when it argues that one must choose between God and Scientific truth. As this article points out, nothing could be further from the truth.
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