Tuesday, May 27, 2014

C.S. Lewis on Science and Religion

Does Science rule out the possibility of miracles? Watch C.S. Lewis tackle the issue of Science and Religion in this clever animated (literally and figuratively) discussion.

1 comment:

  1. That's not called a miracle, it's called a mistake, or scientifically speaking a confounding variable. That's why you repeat the experiment or "hitting the cue ball" to obtain reliability and if it happens again, then you further investigate the problem. You don't just go off the rails calling anything and everything a miracle that fails a presupposed hypothesis.

    Maan christians and the religious need to wisen up, seriously. David Wood is a smart guy I don't know how he fell into this trap.