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God and Science?

“The more the fruits of knowledge become accessible to men, the more widespread is the decline of religious belief.” –Sigmund Freud

Never has one man been so blatantly wrong and still looked upon as a god like Sigmund Freud. Statistics show that spirituality is growing right along side of education world-wide! The more people learn about science the more people understand that one needs just as much faith for science as is needed in spirituality.

“Science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind.” –Albert Einstein

One is not more important than the other, each are needed to understand the other. God did not create stupid people, we are just lazy. Maybe, that is why each of us use less than 15% of our brains. I f we would allow the Truth to set us free we would begin to see the world as our Lord Created it. There should be no division between science and God. After all, if it exists within the universe it was created by God, therefore any law of science is there by the Creator’s Hand.

For the Agnostics who find it difficult to believe in an omnipresent being they should consider the weight of objects in space that our of the size of a regular marble weighing some hundred-thousand tons. Other than the calculation itself there is nothing on earth or in space that we can see to help us comprehend a marble with the mass of hundreds of thousands of tons. There is only one thing that would allow one to accept that calculation as factual, and that is faith; faith in the math. Because as of yet no one has seen such an object; and black-holes(?) we won’t even go there!

And for the Six-day Creationist maybe you should think about time versus God. There is no time with God (2Peter 3:8 & Psalms 90:4), therefore if He took six days or six-hundred million years it should not be as big of a factor as many make it. The Bible states that on day four God created the moon and the sun which should indicate that a measurement of time for the first two so-called days would be difficult at best (Genesis 1:13-19).

The point is; belief is crucial to everything in a conscious life, and we here at Cepher prefer to believe in what we know is real, and beneficial to all humankind. The more we get to know our Creator the more plausible it is that He created life with an evolutionary process, to what extent no one really knows, nor is it as important as living a compassionate life.

Here at Cepher we consider ourselves somewhat monkey-like compared to God anyway.


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