A Common Misconception among Evolutionists Re: Creation Science

taguebw at REMOVEwfu.edu taguebw at REMOVEwfu.edu
Wed Oct 7 05:07:58 EST 1998


In article <361ADFF1.45C73617 at earthlink.net>, Ray Lanthier
<rlanthier at earthlink.net> wrote:

> What about faith in science?


That's the key, isn't it? 

In the scientific method, one asks a question in such a way that anyone
else can ask the same question using the same technology and arrive at the
same answer. Everyone can observe the data. The practice of science is a
self-correcting process designed to uncover facts about the natural world.
It does not entail faith.

Questions of faith -- there are no ways to test them. One cannot directly
observe God or design an repeatable experiment to prove the existence of
God.  That's why these are questions of religion and philosophy.

My 2 electrons,

Brian

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