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comment What reasons does Christianity give for “Why There Must Be A God?”
There are scientific theories on the evolution of sexual reproduction, just because you can't think of a way it might have happened doesn't mean it is impossible. And your remark about Hawking is tasteless and disgusting, I recommmend you remove that entirely.
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comment How should a Christian relate to pseudoscience?
Most physicists I've seen commenting on the neutrino experiment expect this to be a measurement error, it's not sufficient evidence yet to call special relativity into question. And while a confirmation of these results would have enormous effects on our current understanding of physics, it wouldn't invalidate everything we know. Any new theory would need to explain all previous observations as well as the old theory, our current models are still very useful because they can predict a lot of physics, even if they were not completely correct in the end.