That is the difficulty of dealing with unique historical events. You know
that such studies cannot be classified as experimental science. That is why
cosmology and evolution are so different from physics.
>>>Once again, I challenge you to show me how the supernova SN1987a can be
>>>re-interpreted based upon a different deductive model and not have it
>>>violate observational data. I don't think you can do this.
>>I have accepted what you said about the supernova. But again I will not bet
>>my life on your findings.
>No body is asking you to bet you life on it. It has nothing to do with
>>If I take the reductionist approach that physics underlies all the sciences,
>>then the subject matter of science and theology are totally distinct.
>>Genuine science deals with matter/energy, mind and body, and genuine
>>theology deals with the spiritual. Of course, in the resurrection of Christ,
>>a unique historical event thus outside the subject matter of science, some
>>of these issues may be interwoven.
>I would suggest that the creation and the flood and the exodus all dealt
>with the material world. These are not entirely outside the realm of science.
Yet they are unique events which science, in the sense of physics, cannot