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God vs Science

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In this article “God VS Science” there is an older man that is an atheist professor of philosophy. He asked a student in his class whether or not he was a Christian and his beliefs. The young student beliefs in God and that He is good and that Satan is evil. The professor then asks the young man of how Satan, that is evil, came about since God created everything then why would God create Satan. The student is stunned and unable to answer the professor. Then the professor proceeds to ask another student. And asked him if he believed in Jesus Christ. The young man replied, “Yes”. The professor is unsure of these men and their beliefs in God (in my opinion) and gives an example about how science says you have five senses that we use to identify and observe the world around us. Then asks the second young man if he has ever seen, tasted, smelled, or felt of his Jesus. The young student replies, “No”. The professor seemed stunned and was not sure why the young student still believed in Jesus. The student informs the professor

that he believes in Jesus by faith. The professor then lets the class know that that is the problem science has with God. That there is no evidence, only faith. The student then brings up examples for the professor. Such as heat and darkness. That there is such a thing as heat but not cold. Cold is where heat is absent. And night is where light is absent. The young student goes into detail about the darkness and heat to the professor to prove his point, which is “Your philosophical premise is flawed to start with, and so your conclusion must also be flawed. You argue that there is life and then there’s death; a good God and a bad God. You are viewing the concept of God as something finite, something we can measure. Science can’t even explain a though.” The student continues with other examples to prove his point to the professor. Letting the professor know that evil does not exist or at least it does not exist unto itself. Evil is simply...