Faith and Science - Essay

Faith and Science - Essay

  • Submitted By: AnneTaylor8
  • Date Submitted: 12/16/2011 9:35 AM
  • Category: Religion
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Scientific theories and ideas have challenged the faith of Christians for years. God never mentioned in the Bible parallel universes or different dimensions. Mark 4:22-23 says ‘’For there is nothing hidden which will not be revealed, nor has anything been kept secret but that it should come to light. If anyone has ears to hear, let him hear.’’ God has no secrets from us. Everything will be revealed but we are just not ready yet.

Parallel universes and different dimensions seem like a thing that we would find in books and movies like Flatland, Star Trek, or War of the Worlds. The fact is it all could be real. The most absurd thing that we could think of could be real. Next we will be flying around in miniature space ships like the Jetsons.

‘’Science without religion is lame and religion without science is blind.’’ -Albert Einstein. Science needs religion and religion needs science. All these ‘random’ happenings are not just coincidental. They all happened for a purpose not a random happening.

‘’Science is an effort to understand the creation. Biblical religion improves our relation to the Creator. Since we can learn about the Creator from his creation, religion can learn from science’’ -Paul H. Carr. God created the vast folds of the universe and all her secrets for a reason. We do not know the answer because he has not revealed it us but he will in time. He has no secrets from us. Everything will be revealed in time.

A parallel universe is a hypothetical self-contained separate reality existing with one's own. Basically, it means that there is someone who looks exactly like you but is slightly different from you who lives in a different universe. I do not know how someone would even think of this. It could be true but no one knows for sure. It seems sort of far fetched. Someone who is exactly like you but not. I do not think they could ever actually prove that. It seems like a cool thing to wonder about. What is the other me doing?...

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