Science is concerned with figuring out the best explanation for the evidence. If that explanation is supernatural, it should be admissible. Unfortunately, many “scientists” don’t understand this. They use the term science to denote philosophic naturalism. They say that anything “scientific” must have a non-supernatural explanation. This is blind faith, not reason. There is no good “scientific” reason to accept that the universe is only material – it is a presupposition that is accepted without merit.
Thankfully, some scientists see through the facade. Chuck Colson posted a column today about a renowned atheist scientist who, based on the evidence he kept uncovering, became a Christian. This is what happens when reason and evidence are allowed to speak for themselves – check it out.
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