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Where do Christian doctrines state that God, being supernatural, can never be detected by science? [closed]

I've heard apologetics claim that science could never prove the existence of God because if God is detectable by science then he isn't really a supernatural being. Is this in the doctrines of ...
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Does an evangelical understanding of the 'laws of nature' make God seem more distant or close?

The term 'law of nature' such as gravity, condensation, etc. is rarely if ever described in relation to God in modern schools and Universities. Yet I am wondering what the biblical view of the Laws of ...
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Do miracles violate the laws of physics?

I asked a Christian today whether he believed that Jesus turning water into wine literally happened, or was just a metaphor. He said it literally happened, and also that other miracles literally ...
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How do Christians understand the existence of God in relation to the scientific concept of energy?

In physics, the quantity of energy is the most fundamental aspect of existence. All "entities" have a some sort of energy (either kinetic or potential) as an intrinsic aspect of their being. Though ...
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How do Christians understand the omniscience of God in relation to the Uncertainty Principle?

One of the foundations of modern quantum mechanics is the Uncertainty Principle. This principle is not an assumption, but rather is derived from assumptions made with regard to the structure of ...