>We could start by teaching them (both the children and the
>plumbers) that science does not diminish God. Unfortunately,
>too many in the church today buy into the Sagan/Johnson scoring
>system where a scientific explanation of something is
>interpreted to mean the absence of God. The weakening of faith
>that can then happen is not the fault of the science,
>but rather of the false dichotomy that says "God did it" and
>"Science can explain it" are mutually exclusive options.
I agree with Allan.
Look, what people are really reacting to is "scientism" more
than actual science. As a Christian, I am not a supporter of
-- Steven H. Schimmrich KB9LCG firstname.lastname@example.org Department of Physical Sciences Kutztown University 217 Grim Science Building, Kutztown, PA 19530 (610) 683-4437 http://www.uiuc.edu/ph/www/s-schim Fides quaerens intellectum