Faith and science

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Faith and logic are essential ingredients of real science and an informed understanding the world.

  • Faith, a Christian concept, accepts truth without requiring visible proof.
  • Logic guides the faculty of human reason to determine the truth. However, liberal logic may appear logical, but is actually nonsensical.
  • Science is based on observation in determining the truth. However, in recent years, science has become increasingly atheistic,[1] rejecting God and his works in explanations of the world and all of human experience. Instead readily embracing pseudo or junk science such as evolution, relativity, global warming and much of cosmology and geology based on a time frame which predates creation. Consequently the rigid logic of creation science is gaining in importance, enabling intelligent people to distinguish real science from atheistic secular junk science.

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