A few comments on "Science Finds God | Newsweek Culture | Newsweek.com"

Science Finds God | Newsweek Culture | Newsweek.com

I've commented on this before, but not succinctly - so here it is:

Science and Faith should be conjoined twins, not mortal enemies.  There is no reason to reject either in our search for truth.  There is every reason to recognize and accept the limitations of BOTH in said search.

Here are some of my other posts on the topic:

No one should abandon their faith because of science. No one should abandon their science because of faith.


Monte Asbury said…
I agree completely. Neither side has completed the journey yet; both offer incomplete arguments. It looks to me like they're heading toward convergence.

Have you read Steven Johnson's wonderful book Emergence: the Connected Lives of Ants, Brains, Cities, and Software? It's an utterly secular science book that reads like a hymn. It's glorious.
JoeBoy said…
Based on the title and your glowing recommendation, I went IMMEDIATELY and ordered from Amazon. :-).

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