posted on Apr, 1 2013 @ 04:09 AM
Originally posted by NorthBlizzard
reply to post by GetLogic
It wouldn't be logical to make any assumption about God because we know very little about Him and everything else in the universe.
Ironic isn't it that science knows so little about everything. This is probably the truest "fact" science has produced. Just because science has
observed evolution over the years does not mean there isn't something like a higher being directing that evolution. We simply lack the ability to
measure such an interaction in a way that will prove or disprove that theory.
Of course If God exists, he's all powerful, all knowing - He can rig the outcome so we rats running around in a maze can come to a foregone
conclusion. We might as well make all the assumptions we want about God because Science demands that we ask these questions so they can be
investigated. Proving the existence of God is one of sciences greatest challenges - too bad science normally doesn't rise to the challenge - they
would rather look the other way and ignore the issue.
If Humans have a soul, and I believe we do, then science has a responsibility to all humans to find out all they can about it or at least disprove it
in a concrete fool proof manner. One day, we may have the technology to measure such. I believe the truth lies somewhere in between our current ideas
of creationism and evolution. Science and religion need to stop being at odds with each other and work together on this or we will never get anywhere.