>>It is so easy for scientists who have excelled in their subject matter to
>>intermingle their personal philosophies when discussing science and thus
>>deceive the uninitiated. Sagan and Dawkins seem to do that constantly. I
>>believe you should engage people in your field in discussions so that you
>>can affect their philosophical views of the whole of the human experience.
>But to turn one of your aguments around, you asked me whether I or my
>atheist boss was more likely to support immoral behavior. I didn't answer
>you then. I will answer you now. I don't think either of us is more
>likely. Christians who engage in inattention to facts are not dealing
>forthrightly with their readers.
Of course, my question referred to how people like you, Christians, would
answer versus people like your boss, atheists.
>>We can only try. But remember the Lord is in control not us. We can do so
>I agree that the results are up to the Lord. But our decision to be
>scrupulously honest or not with the data is ENTIRELY under our control.
We are all players in the human drama but the Lord is the playwright. Each
of us has to do his/her part and leave the rest to God.