Theology a Science

Every science has two factors: facts and ideas, or facts and the mind. Science is more than knowledge. Knowledge is the persuasion of what is true on adequate evidence. If theology is a science, it must include something more than mere knowledge of facts. It must embrace an exhibition of the internal relation of those facts, one to another and each to all. It must be able to show that if one is admitted, others cannot be denied.

Reconciling Science and the Bible

Does the Bible harmonize with scientific truths about the natural world? Is it accurate when it mentions matters of science? Doesn't the Bible conflict with established scientific facts, like creation vs. evolution or the age of the earth? Doesn't the Bible contain scientific impossibilities like a global flood, resurrection, and converting water into wine?

Science and Christianity?

Interactions between science and Christianity are often mistakenly described under the heading “Science and the Bible.” Little progress can be made, however, until one realizes that such a comparison results from a confusion of categories.

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