Why does it seem like science and religion just cant get along?
The fact i see everybody use is evolution. Im tired of scientific people or more socalled atheists refuted religion they dont comprehend in the same way theologist refuse the being of atleast micro evolution which actually equates to adaptation. God is great and his grand designn would not allow us not to be able to adapt. The fact that science is just learning this now is appalling. I do alot of research dealing with everything from theology and masonry to evolution and science. I persoanlly love math chemistry and physics and am on my way to becoming an engineer. I just dont comprehend the drastic drift between us as human being. For every atheist out there there is something deep in you that tells you there is more but because you may want to be pacified by the lying media you are blinded and diverged from you true purpose here on earth. But you who have religion and persecute know you are against the Lord your selves. You repay kindness and love to those that hate and are digusted not throw flames into the fire also. I dont believe in critical thinking and logic as bad but faith comes fromm more than logic so if you wonder why God didnt come to you while you were wading in the water screaming for him ask yourself this question. If all it took was for people to bitch and complain to God for things to happen why would we pray?
The main fact is almost all scientific books now a days are based on evolution from bio to chemistry and i dont mind people expressing their views but there cant be just 1 way to scientifically explain it. If this was true and could be proven it would be in effect a law of science but on a diifferent note alot of science is based on facts of statistics especailly 1 field called psychology (called correlation -1.0-+1.0). I believe if you want someone to learn something you shouldnt have to force it upon them. You can always bring a horse to water but you cant make him drink. I feel it still kinda pushes people away to be overwhelmed by 1 side or the other