BLOG: He Made the Stars Also, a note to aspiring Christian scientists

By Luke McCroskey, Instructor of Upper School Chemistry
Secular sentiment purports that science and religion should separately stick to what they each deal with: science should pertain purely to the tangible, using...
...evidence, and religion to the intangible, using faith. As this frame of mind has become exacerbated, science has fundamentally altered itself from what it was during the vast majority of history.

Science, throughout history, was largely carried out because scholars expected design and order in the universe – an expectation built from their religious worldview.

What we see today is a scientific pursuit without religion – science with no foundation. Read more.

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