I’m not very smart in a lot of areas, and one of those areas is science.  Because I never felt like I needed to learn science-y stuff.  I took chemistry because there was promise of explosions (thank Mr. Hilty).

But lately, I have been compelled to reconsider my understanding of faith and science and how they interact.  This has led me to have some really interesting conversations, but more importantly it has led me to trust God more and more as I talk about scientific investigations that some might feel could discredit my faith.  This has not happened at all.  My faith, I feel, has actually become stronger.

One of the blogs I read is from Professor of Philosophy Jamie Smith.  Smith was the prof. of one of the most impacting classes in my entire MATC at Northwest University.  He posted this blog about an organization called The Colossian Forum, which is trying to help foster conversations between science and faith.  I watched this video today and was encouraged about the science and faith discussion, and reminded that truly all things hold together in Christ.  If you are intersted in the Colossian Forum go check them out.

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Science and Faith

2 thoughts on “Science and Faith

  1. Greetings from the Colossian Forum – we noticed that you posted our video and we are thankful for letting us take up some space on your page. I wanted to inform you that we have reloaded a different video and so the one that you embedded is redundant and has been removed. If you would like to embed the revised version, it can be found here – http://www.colossianforum.org/resources/films/ Thanks again for posting our video.

    N Smith
    Colossian Forum
    Colossians 1:17

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