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Science answers what and how- Faith answers who and why

Discussion in 'One Bread, One Body - Catholic' started by Michie, Aug 22, 2019.

  1. Michie

    Michie Human rights begin in the womb. Supporter

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  2. Aussie Pete

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    "Science is the pursuit of knowledge apart from God". That's one definition that seems to sum up much of secular research. Science can't even tell you how in many cases. I suggest you look up Professor James Tour with regards to Origin of Life research.
     
  3. JohnAshton

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    The standards of proof for science and theism are different, of course, and I like the OP's title: nuanced.
     
  4. Michie

    Michie Human rights begin in the womb. Supporter

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    The author of the article happens to love science and is a high school physics teacher. :)
     
  5. JohnAshton

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    Then he understands the nuances of standards of proof.

    I am going to have read the teacher's work, sounds very interesting.
     
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