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  1. What exactly is developing and becoming more complex? There is no proof of the existence of God and there can be no proof.�

    You probably mean the reconciliation of natural science and the Bible?�

    On the one hand, yes, more knowledge, more questions. It's always like this.

    On the other hand, the main questions that the Bible raises and that arise to the Bible are not at all where the dinosaurs are in the Bible, but something like why not everyone has the opportunity to love, for example. This is the simplest of the eternal questions.

    The Bible is about love, not dinosaurs.

  2. No way

    The vast majority of people who call themselves Christians do not even try to seriously ask themselves such a question. Christians who perform representative functions are engaged in “pulling an owl on a globe”, trying to combine the Bible and facts that at this point in time are no longer possible to dispute

  3. What is the “scientific view”?

    What is science?

    Science is concerned with the study of a world not created by science. No scientist has created and will not create a single law of the universe, his business is not to study the laws created by him.

    By studying the laws of the universe, a person studies the works of the Creator. That is, he studies God's plan, thereby learning from God.

    Lomonosov wrote.

    “The Creator gave the human race two books. In one he showed his Majesty, in the other his will. The first is this visible world, created by him so that man, looking at the vastness, beauty and harmony of its buildings, recognizes the divine omnipotence, according to the measure of the concept given to him. The second book is the Holy Scriptures. It shows the creator's favor for our salvation.”

    Источник: https://ru.citaty.net/avtory/mikhail-vasilevich-lomonosov/

  4. How does this happen ??? In my opinion, the “moderator” of the question does not understand the essence of the question, trying to pass off wishful thinking … How can science evolve in such a way that it becomes more difficult to “prove” the existence of God ??? What has science itself discovered that is beyond the control of God, at least 1 example ??? Let science explain the phenomenon of eternal life, or how water can be made into wine in a second, or how the sea splits in two, or how Christ and Lazarus, who has already begun to stink and rot in the grave, were resurrected ??? Or how was the Virgin Mary able to conceive from the Spirit ??? Or at least how the fire descends from heaven every Saturday on Easter Eve??? Or are the untreatable sick being healed ??? That science can't do this ??? Then what do you write to us about here, my dear, and why does he ask obvious things??? It is also understood that science cannot explain a miracle, so the mechanisms of the miracle itself are not subject to any scientific explanation …

  5. It's a good question, and you can look at it from different angles.�

    First, it should be said that, strange as it may seem, a very small percentage of Christians are truly interested in proving the existence of God. I probably know more than one hundred believers, and there are only a couple of people who are interested in apologetics among them. For the average Christian, faith is a response to a personal encounter with Christ, and no evidence (either for God or against Him) is decisive for him.

    Second, God's proofs can be both good and bad. The so-called “God of Spaces” is an example of a bad proof. That is, if we claim that God is there, where the human mind has not yet penetrated, then we doom ourselves to constant retreats under the onslaught of science and endless excuses before unbelievers and ourselves. Thus, if our personal “proof” of God becomes more complex as science explains the phenomena of nature, then it was not all right from the very beginning.

    On the other hand, I would not be so optimistic to say that the scientific picture of the world is close to the answers to the questions of the universe, which were previously the exclusive prerogative of religion. One of the most important questions (and maybe the most important one) is “what was in the beginning?” “it's been around for thousands of years, and we're no closer to finding the answer. This question is the basis of the cosmological argument for the existence of God and, in one form or another, is perhaps the most popular among Christian apologists, both past and present.

  6. The existence of God requires no proof, either complex or simple. It requires only faith. But life gives a person a lot of reasons to convince him that there is a God.

    Knowledge is not finite. The development of science is associated with the denial of at least part of the amount of scientific knowledge obtained at some point in time. Our current knowledge will tomorrow be recognized by science itself as incorrect or inaccurate. Science always refines the understanding of the world, but it can never explain it-without God.

    If you stand on the position of atheism and want to attract science to help you, then it is science that must prove the absence of God, and not believers – His existence.

    So far, science has not proved the absence of God in anything.

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