The sad truth is most Christians can't even defend their faith because they themselves are ignorant of God's word.

Don't let anyone capture you with empty philosophies and high-sounding nonsense that come from human thinking and from the spiritual powers of this world, rather than from Christ. -- Colossians 2:8
"My people are being destroyed for lack of knowledge..." Hosea 4:6


Saturday, March 27, 2010

Is Christianity "Anti-Science" ?

Before anything else, let me clarify that I have nothing against science. I believe that science may even help out in our quest for the meaning in life.

Science has many Christian roots. Most of the early scientists were Christians (Copernicus, Galileo, Pascal, Isaac Newton, Carl Linnaeus, Johannes Keppler, Robert Boyle, Louis Pasteur, Jean Henri Fabre, Michael Faraday, John Ambrose Fleming, etc.). The faith of these great scientists was not a separate part of their thinking; indeed, it was integral to their thinking as they operated within a Christian framework. (See the book How You Think the Way You Do by historian Glenn S. Sunshine.)

An interesting fact is that the vast majority of all scientific development has come out of western civilization, which has Christianity as its basis. Christianity views God as rational and trustworthy, which implies that His creation is rational and orderly and thus can be examined. Nature in the Christian view (as compared to non-Christian worldviews) was no longer an object of fear and worship.

The idea of laws of nature came from Christianity. And the concepts of subduing nature and being stewards of nature are right from the first book of the Bible Genesis


Why Evolution in particular? First, evolution is not just a theory or a principle in science. It is in itself a Religion. A dictionary definition of Religion can be sum up as "A cause, principle, or system of beliefs held with ardor & faith." Therefore, Charles Darwin's evolution is a religion in itself because " is trying to answer and tackle the meaning of life." in fact, evolutionist had even tried with this conclusion: There is no meaning or purpose in life since we are merely an accident.

Evolution does not merely dismiss a Creator, it rejects any spiritual meaning for our existense.

OK. What is it to me? It wasn't a big deal? Evolutionist can reject God. I can go my way with my religion & worship God. But wait....

Sir Julian Huxley, a leading evolutionist of the 20th century admitted "Many people assert that this abandonment of god hypothesis means the abandonment of all religion and all moral sanctions," he wrote "This is simply not true. But it does mean, once our relief at jettisoning an outdated ideological furniture is over, that we must construct something to take its place."

Evolution as a religion does not do away with God -- it merely replaces Him with human gods. That is why for the past days I've been sharing to you the holes of evolution, so that you may not be misled. A drastic new world order may appear base on these principle. Some Hollywood movies & even literature had been preparing us for this new ideologies for many years now. Harry Potter is inter-mingling science & sorcery (spiritual); Dan Brown's novel had been bombarding the foundation of our faith thru myths. Star Trek, star wars, ET....presenting technology as our Final frontier. Animation brought as lies such as WALL E just a couple of month ago, presented hope of new earth without the idea of God.

Think about it...evolution theory has gone a long long way, deceiving us in the name of false science.

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