Why do Christians still believe in God when science has all the answers to everything?
Big Bang explains how universe formed
Abiogenesis found out how non-life on earth became life
Evolution explains how that life became humans
Where does God fit into this ???
- RichLv 61 year agoFavorite Answer
Don't be deceived. Science is far from having all the answers. In fact, many scientific geniuses including Albert Einstein concluded the only way to explain nature and the universe is by believing in God. Just because Christianity is not popular today does not mean this has changed.
You are being deceived into believing that there is no God and you don't realize the eternal consequences.
So I will provide you with quotes from scientists who ended up believing in God through their work and a video of Stephen Hawkins, who promoted the big bang theory, in hell. Please, don't go there too. There is no way out.
Blaise Pascal (1623-1662)
Pascal was a French mathematician, physicist, inventor, writer and theologian. In mathematics, he published a treatise on the subject of projective geometry and established the foundation for probability theory. Pascal invented a mechanical calculator, and established the principles of vacuums and the pressure of air. He was raised a Roman Catholic, but in 1654 had a religious vision of God, which turned the direction of his study from science to theology. Pascal's last words were, "May God never abandon me."
Isaac Newton (1642-1727)
In optics, mechanics, and mathematics, Newton was a figure of undisputed genius and innovation. In all his science (including chemistry) he saw mathematics and numbers as central. What is less well known is that he was devoutly religious and saw numbers as involved in understanding God's plan for history from the Bible.
Robert Boyle (1791-1867)
One of the founders and key early members of the Royal Society, Boyle gave his name to "Boyle's Law" for gases, and also wrote an important work on chemistry. Encyclopedia Britannica says of him: "By his will he endowed a series of Boyle lectures, or sermons, which still continue, 'for proving the Christian religion against notorious infidels...' As a devout Protestant, Boyle took a special interest in promoting the Christian religion abroad, giving money to translate and publish the New Testament into Irish and Turkish.
Michael Faraday (1791-1867)
Michael Faraday was the son of a blacksmith who became one of the greatest scientists of the 19th century. His work on electricity and magnetism not only revolutionized physics, but led to much of our lifestyles today, which depends on them (including computers and telephone lines and, so, web sites). Faraday was a devoutly Christian member of the Sandemanians, which significantly influenced him and strongly affected the way in which he approached and interpreted nature.
Gregor Mendel (1822-1884)
Mendel was the first to lay the mathematical foundations of genetics, in what came to be called "Mendelianism". He began his research in 1856 (three years before Darwin published his Origin of Species) in the garden of the Monastery in which he was a monk.
William Thomson Kelvin (1824-1907)
Kelvin was foremost among the small group of British scientists who helped to lay the foundations of modern physics. He was a very committed Christian, who was certainly more religious than the average for his era.
Max Planck (1858-1947)
Planck made many contributions to physics, but is best known for quantum theory, which revolutionized our understanding of the atomic and sub-atomic worlds. In his 1937 lecture "Religion and Naturwissenschaft," Planck expressed the view that God is everywhere present, and held that "the holiness of the unintelligible Godhead is conveyed by the holiness of symbols." Atheists, he thought, attach too much importance to what are merely symbols.
Albert Einstein (1879-1955)
Einstein is probably the best known and most highly revered scientist of the twentieth century, and is associated with major revolutions in our thinking about time, gravity, and the conversion of matter to energy (E=mc2). He recognized the impossibility of a non-created universe. The Encyclopedia Britannica says of him: "Firmly denying atheism, Einstein expressed a belief in "Spinoza's God who reveals himself in the harmony of what exists." This actually motivated his interest in science, as he once remarked to a young physicist: "I want to know how God created this world, I am not interested in this or that phenomenon, in the spectrum of this or that element. I want to know His thoughts, the rest are details."
- PubliusLv 71 year ago
Fib much? Of course you do. Science doesn't have all the answers to everything, dear one. It can only investigate the observable and frequently occurring behaviors of the quiescent universe. It is helpless with anything else, like God.
The Big Bang explains what happened shortly after the universe formed. It doesn't explain why the universe formed, or how.
Abiogenesis has not been proven to have been the case, Einstein. No laboratory experiment, no matter how complex, has led to the formation of life, by itself, out of available materials. Was the lie really worth the loss of your integrity? If so, you are very cheaply bought.
Evolutionists have yet to show how life could have countered the laws of thermodynamics for billions of years. Every single imperfect system that is not maintained degrades and fails with time. This is a scientific fact. Life is no exception, so let's hear no special pleading for it. Life could have persisted for BILLIONS of years, and become MORE complex and organized, only by God maintaining and developing it. That's where he fits in, pard.
We still believe -- some out of tradition, but some because of our own experiences with God. It does not do to leave a live God out of your calculations, dear one. Experience him for yourself. That's the logical thing to do -- but then you atheists don't like logic, do you?
- nineteenthlyLv 71 year ago
You don't seem to know the right kind of Christians.
- Chi girlLv 71 year ago
The Big Bang came from Catholic priest, Georges Lemaitre, astronomer and professor of physics. So much for your post.Source(s): Greek Orthodox Christian
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- k wLv 71 year ago
sure it has, sure it has.......
- RajaLv 71 year ago
I am not a Christian. What did science say about spirits?
Without spirits all human beings are nothing. Spirits are separate elements. A human being is not a single spirit. A human being doesn't have a spiritual body. A human being during his/her life time is living with many spirits which have joined one by one since birth. They are knowledge, skills, feelings, emotions, interests and everything. Even thoughts are not your own. For example, when you want to take a decision on a subject, one after another the spirits think and you just listen, choose or reject the ideas which they transmit to your mind through your brain in the form of thoughts. Brain is just a media to connect the spirits to your mind. A mind is just a computer's mind. After the destruction of a computer completely you will not get it's mind. The same is the case with the human beings. Soul is nothing but an energy needed for the functionality of a body. It is not a spirit or anything else. All human beings are just robots made of flesh and bones and toys of the spirits for their games.
- 1 year ago
Because I discovered that modern science can now prove the existence of the God of Abraham through mistranslated scripture by mankind that makes up the first five Books of The Bible due to our lack of scientific knowledge to properly interpret the advanced scientific knowledge contained in this ancient Biblical text. This led to the unscientific religious interpretations we still think they mean today. Modern science will now force mankind to reinterpret this scripture back into the scientific text its always been based on. This new scientific translation of this ancient Biblical text will supersede all previous religious translations of this ancient Biblical text ever written or handed down orally. This will lead to proving the existence of the God of Abraham whose scientific mind is where this scientific knowledge contained in this ancient Biblical text originated from and not from the unscientific minds of ancient sheep herders.Source(s): The God of Abraham is our Intelligent Designer and the missing link in the chain of evolution.
- Anonymous1 year ago
Hahahahaha. Funny but not so funny. By the way, if you only knew what God means, the Lord of the universe you'd understand what is the relationship between a servant and the Lord and wouldn't ask 'why still believe in God'. And it is the Lord of the Mercy that brings life to everything or bring its death and still expanding the universe. I don't believe in a 'big bang' without a Creator.
- PracticalityLv 51 year ago
Science does not have all the answers yet, although I do agree why do christians belive in a god.
- Anonymous1 year ago
I do not know what your game is, but science does not have the answers to everything. No one does.
- jimanddottaylorLv 71 year ago
Science does not claim to have all the answers, but it does claim that with enough study and information,we will know more.
God is there for the stuff that is not known .....yet