Worship Service: Faith in Science, Faith and Science
Faith in Science, Faith and Science
Rev. Marsh Agobert, Worship Leader
I find that some people take offense when I refer to Science as the most widespread religion of the 20th and 21st centuries. I think this is pretty solid proof that humans are still partially rational and partially irrational creatures. I see nothing wrong with this. I don’t hold this balancing act as a weakness…as long as we can maintain a dynamic balance. I AM concerned that we are battling a substantial slide toward the irrational in an untutored manner. Let’s look at how both the rational and the irrational are important to living as a whole human being and how we can reconcile this delicate dynamic.
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