Another pointless question, with many "right" answers. What do you think compels scientists to find anything?Aquarius-WY wrote:
Is science seeking the truth?
In all areas?
What compels science, or rather, more accurately perhaps, a scientist to engage the scientific method for proof of any theory?
What about the scientific method would you change?
You seem to think that I oppose science. You are incorrect.
Again, What compels science, or rather, more accurately perhaps, a scientist to engage the scientific method for proof of any theory?
You have stated that there is no compelling reason for science to engage in "finding God" (paraphrased). Correct?
What is the "compelling reason" for science to engage in "finding" out anything?
I said that science does not concern itself with finding god, or anything mystical.
All science begins with the assumption that there is a natural cause for everything.
Science does not assume a mystical or supernatural cause.
Otherwise for example, if a scientist were trying to discover the cause of lightning, how many natural causes do you believe the scientist would have to eliminate before he explained that "it must be an act of God."
I'm not saying that Medieval science wasn't great. I just don't believe you have a good understanding of modern science, what it is and what it is not.
I like having a rational God, for whom I do not need to ignore the lessons of physical reality.
I am grateful for all the discoveries. I believe knowing more about the universe allows me to understand God better.