Science or God
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I know science to be a fact and it's a means of knowing for sure if there is a creator someday, never the less no matter how you look at it somehow or something created the elements for existence to even exist, call it want you want, God, the unknown but in the end existence for even science to even exist was created, our very own being and all that is had a creation of some sort, there is no other way to look at it.
So Science or God? I say both, Science IMO is a means to understanding God, and God meaning existence in my frame of reference. (not God the nut job sociopath that the bible thumpers follow, or any other religion for that matter)
Note: I am a Atheist when it comes to all religion, but I am agnostic when it comes to a creator of all existence, I truly don't know, but that being said we all had a creation so call it what you want, I will call it God to simplify things, to me God is the thing that created all existence, the multi verse, all science, all elements for things to even have the chain reaction for a big bang to even happen in the first place, and before the big bang itself.
That is what I am searching for, science to find God, and any true scientist understands that and will not close there mind to block out that theory of our creation no matter what they call it.
I know for a FACT that we exist, and I know for a FACT that all thing were created, but by what?
That is the Bajillion dollar question?
We both have a problem. Your remedy is to make God "supernatural" and have Him always exist. You believe in a being that doesn't have to follow any rules and "came from nothing". Plus, something coming from nothing is a gross exaggeration. You can still believe in God and accept science. They aren't opposed to each other.
Science is a search for causes but it's limited to what it can do. Here is a list on what it can't do. Take from "I Don't Have Enough Faith to Be an Atheist by Frank Turek and Norman L. Geisler
1. mathematics and logic (science can't prove them because science presupposes them)
2. metaphysical truths (such as, there are minds that exist other than my own.)
3. ethical judgements (you can't prove by science that the Nazis were evil, because morality is not subject to the scientific method)
4. aesthetic judgements (the beautiful, like the good, cannot be scientifically proven), and ironically
5. Science itself (the belief the scientific method discovers truth cannot be proven by the scientific method itself).
God however can answer the ethical questions on what is morally right and wrong because He established that.