Question by Dis Dain: Science and God and the understanding of both part 2?
What i would now like to bring up is this.
1.Look at the flood-God knew the flood was coming and offered his help through preordained knowledge of the event but no one would listen.
2. The Freeing of the slaves from egypt- God knew of the coming calamities and through Moses he used them to seem more powerful but at the same time gave the Egyptians a chance to change- they didn’t.
3. Sodom and Gomorrah- he saved those who would listen by telling them something bad was coming- the rest wouldn’t listen and died.
These three calamities were going to happen, God knew this. These three calamities can all be explained scientifically. (One event led to another and so on.)
God knew these things were going to happen and he tried to warn men about them but they wouldn’t listen.
In today’s world Science can explain away or warn us of many disasters.
The difference between God and science is this. When scientist say something is going to happen people tend to listen. if a preacher came forward and said that God said something was going to happen most people wouldn’t listen.
If the tsunami that happened in Asia happened in ancient times it would have been see as an act of God were as in today`s society we don’t because we can explain why it happened.
Has or is Science and knowledge of the modern world replaced God mystic presence?
I venture to say that if the end of the world happen today those scientist who were left could explain why it happened without including God in the equation.
Science and understanding of the modern world is slowly taking away the power of God.
I believe in God but i think his power is diminishing because of mens intellegence or the smarter we get the less we believe. When we stop believing totally or in suficient numbers the end will come. What do you think?
Answer by Andymcj78 (Atheist)
I think you’ve provided some very weak arguments for believing in God.
What do you think? Answer below!