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William H Taylor says
This is true. I believe in Kantian epistemology - God belongs to the realm of "thing in itself" just like math, which is 'a priori' yet looks as if experience is needed to reach outcome.
Rod Martin Jr says
That was the point I was trying to make by posing the question. We, (when I say we I'm including myself as we're all influenced by the media to some extent) have been hoodwinked into believing science is correct and The Bible is nonsense....
Russ Moran says
This theory goes against the character of God. If this is true then it is something that creates a stumbling block for many, many people. Do you remember what Jesus said about stumbling blocks? Do you think God would create a stumbling block?
So true...precisely my point. It's interesting how people have wrongly arrived at this conclusion. ...blame it on the media, or who knows?... Well said....
S Marie says
I find that interesting also.
Michele Travis says
So many unanswered questions, yet the world has been hoodwinked to believe science has all the answers - biggest of all fallacies!...
Hi Michelle and John,
Science does not have all the answers. Science is only a body of information that is increasing exponentially. It allows us to predict and influence our world. I think the concept of virtual particles may answer your question.
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Diane Minton says
The owner and creator has His own motives and agenda. Just because they don't suit yours, doesn't mean He doesn't exist. This is a rescue mission, and flashy magic only plays to ego -- and ego is the barrier