There is a lot going on at the intersection of Science, Philosophy, and Bible.
Science is used both for and against the teachings of the Bible on a regular basis. Philosophy teaches the scientist the limitations and inadequacies of his own work. The Bible provides millions of believers with a worldview from which to view the natural world and to consider the timeless questions of philosophy.
Is there any hope of being objective about it all?
Is the academic world of science at the pinnacle of human certainty, or as tainted by human error as any other field? Is the Bible the infallible, inspired word of a living God, or an error-ridden fairy tale? Is philosophy not actually a pointless pursuit that never reaches meaningful conclusions?
I know I’m not the only one dissatisfied with the answers I’ve been given.
I know I’m not the only one out there who wants a worldview with the tangible evidence that science provides, the logical consistency that philosophy prizes, and the stunning beauty and elegance of the message of the gospel.
As I seek to build that worldview, I’ll share my findings with anyone who wants to listen.