Some science writers seem to be more and more aggressive in promoting atheism, or at least in promoting the notion that you cannot be a truly qualified scientist who understands science –if you believe in God.
These same writers often point out that there are lots of things scientists don’t know, and many things that they thought they knew that turned out to be wrong or at least questionable in the light of new understanding. How then can these writers be so sure that there is no God? If they know so little, How can they know there is no God? (To know that, wouldn’t you have to know everything?)
I have made a list of a few questions that scientists don’t know the answer to…
1. What is the shape and size of the cosmos?
2. What are the basic particles from which the cosmos is built?
3. What is time, and where did it come from?
4. What is life and where did it come from?
5. What is mind, and where do thoughts come from?
6. What is the purpose and goal of the cosmos?
7. Why is there something rather than nothing?
These are seven simple questions. They might be hard questions, but they are quite straightforward. Scientists currently do not know the answers to these questions. They may have hypotheses for some which are being debated, and as far as possible tested. But that’s not knowing the answer. Since they lack the knowledge of lesser things such as these seven, how they can rationally take the position that there is no God, or look down on the scientists who believe in God?
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