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As a Christian I find Science not contrary to my belief in God.
Firstly the role of Science and of religion are not contradictory to one another. Science searches for facts, hard facts in order to support a hypothesis. In as much as it rewrites its supposition if it has no clear evidence to support, it is being true to the line of enquiry it relies on. The line of enquiry is all set within certain parameters of which reason is the yardstick. Science relies on reason and religion a belief-system demands faith of the individual. Truth that both systems seek can only be satisfied according to the conditions which are already inherent in it.
Reason is not equipped to cross over the gulf between finite and the infinite dimensions while a belief system accepts any leap of faith as natural to it.
Now while we ascribe God absolute values it is supposed God sees differently which reason cannot fathom. Thus I have no problem to think God sees events all as one. That is Infinite Wisdom of God where wisdom of man is only a finite part. It is something similar to a kangaroo word.
So in the lexicon of God chicken and egg are seen as one while we separate events. In the book of Psalms we read the verse,’My substance was not hid from thee,when I was made in secret..Thine eyes did see my substance , yet being unperfect..Ps.139:15-16,13′
There is another passage where St. Paul makes a case for the order of Melchisedec as being different from the Levitical priesthood. While discussing the tithes paid by Abraham to the King of Salem he implies Levi was yet in the loins of Abraham (Heb.7:10) In order to get clues as to how God works I rely on the Scriptures. However in order to make myself understood to others, and for negotiating with others at all levels I rely on reason as the common currency.
My personal relationship with God has its own language and mode.


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