Why scientists must believe in God
My lecturer once made a remark in class which showed his puzzlement regarding the existence of Christian scientists. The commonly accepted premise is that scientists cannot function as scientists while at the same time professing to believe in God. But the question is, is the premise true? There are many things in science we have taken for granted. Before we study science, we should earnestly ask ourselves, “Is it possible for me to study science without believing in God?” I would like to encourage everyone of us who have ever studied science to read this article.
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- April 27, 2005 / 10:38