Sunday Brunch #3

Welcome to the monthly Sunday Brunch! Sit back, relax, and tuck into that eggs benedict while you enjoy a few links to interesting and/or entertaining posts from around the web.

 

 

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Sunday Brunch #2

Welcome to the monthly Sunday Brunch! Sit back, relax, and tuck into that french toast while you enjoy a few links to interesting and/or entertaining posts from around the web.

 

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Sunday Brunch

Welcome to Sunday Brunch! Sit back, relax, and tuck into that french toast while you enjoy a few links to interesting and/or entertaining posts from the past week around the web.

"Can Science Disprove God's Existence" or "Lies, Damn Lies, and Scientists"

Can the physical sciences disprove God's existence? The answer is quite simple, though many scientists seem confused by the question. Well let's clear it up: No, it can't. The physical sciences can no more prove or disprove God's existence than a thermometer can count the stars in the sky. Why? Because just as the thermometer is designed to take temperature not count the stars, science is the study of the natural universe, while God is supernatural by definition. How we interpret the natural world can certainly inform our faith (or lack thereof), but it is simply incapable of disproving God. If you're tired of athiestic scientists using lies, damn lies, and mostly statistics to try and argue against having faith, I recommend watching the following video.