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Science is used to tag questions that are about the relationship between Christianity and Science.

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within the realm of science to support or disprove. We have facts, evidence, and trustworthy (if contradictory) data. It's a matter for scientific inquiry not Christianity. Global warming does not …
answered Jan 15 '12 by David Stratton
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I assume you're talking specifically about his conflict with the Catholic Church over his support of Copernican astronomy. If that's the case, there were several verses. 1 Chronicles 16:30 Psalm …
answered Mar 2 '13 by David Stratton
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It's an attempt to show that the universe, and all it contains, is too orderly to have originated by chance with no intelligent guiding force. It simply implies an intelligent Creator, not necessaril …
answered Jun 15 '12 by David Stratton
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so subtle) claim to His authority. Finally, being finite with limited (although incredible) mental capacity, we will never "understand science fully". That would mean omniscience, an attribute that …
answered Mar 20 '12 by David Stratton