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June 14, 2014

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Q: Does religion cripple science innovation?

A: In the TV series Cosmos: A SpaceTime Odyssey, host Neil deGrasse Tyson warns of the danger of religious influence on science. He says it will create “a generation of people who will not understand what science is” and “they will be intellectually crippled” (emphasis his) in their ability to contribute as innovators in science and technology. Tyson further warns against substituting religious philosophy for science.

But Bible-believing scientists do not “substitute” their religion for science. However they do trust that the universe they study using the tools of science was created by a logical, wise God and that He has told us some things about His Creation in His Word, the Bible. While it is possible and even common for fallible human beings to misinterpret both scientific data and the written word, Bible-believing scientists understand the correct interpretation of accurate scientific data will never conflict the correctly interpreted Word of God.

Read the whole article and consider how the existence of consistent laws of science only makes sense in the context of a universe created by God.

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News to Know Quick Look

Today’s question was also a News to Know item. In case you missed it, this week we also featured the following News to Know item:

Silence of the Crickets Speaks Volumes About Variation and Selection: Hawaiian cricket “evolution” into stealth mode saves them from extinction.

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Answers Conversation podcast

Answering questions Bill Nye posed in the debate, this week Steve Ham talks with Dr. Tommy Mitchel to answer the question, “Can Natural Laws Change?

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