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Do you have problems between your religion and science?

Updated on January 14, 2016

I'm struggling in my religion and would love for some advice from others.

I have a hard time keeping my faith about God and all that he has done. The reason being is science. I am currently studying to be a nurse so I learned all about our bodies and chromosomes, etc so I have a hard time keeping my belief and my knowledge of science separate. I just cant seem to grasp how Adam and Eve were the first people to live on earth. If that is so, then that mean they would have to had mated with their offspring.

Do y'all have any suggestions as to how I could get through this? Or any advice on how go about this?

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      Oztinato 19 months ago from Australia

      I have no issues at all with any alleged differences between science and religion.

      History shows that all scientists have been devoutly religious for thousands of years: it is only in the last few years that the fashion of atheistic science has arrived in a limited way (as almost half of all scientists are still believers!).

      Kurt Godel was a famous mathematician and close associate of Einstein: Godel's God Theorem uses pure logic and math to prove God's existence. This is not promoted by atheists online as it contradicts their efforts to decry religion and the existence of God. However the God Theorem has never been disproven by either logic or maths. Recently it was confirmed by modern super computers.