|Sent on:||Monday, April 30, 2012 7:15 AM|
|When scientists come to a question they can't readily answer such as: Was there time enough for life to evolve by chance on the earth? They tend hold out for naturalistic explanations.|
They've had quite a bit of success over the last 200 years explaining things as due to natural causes rather then mysterious ones. So that when they come to something they can't yet fully explain they would rather say, "we believe that one day we will find an answer" then to say, "there must be something supernatural going on here that can never be understood."
What do we do with our lives, we leave only a mark.
Will our story shine like a light, or end in the dark?
--- On Sat, 4/28/12, Dr. Norman R. Wise <[address removed]> wrote: