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In recent years, Christians have been more and more often ridiculed and attacked in the United States. Social media are filled with anti-Christian rhetoric. Whether the subject matter is or isn’t related to Christianity, people like to bash Christianity anyway and without much reasoning. Ironically, they mock Christianity for not being scientific and not factual while they couldn’t offer any scientific study or fact to prove their points. For example, one of the candidates running for the 2016 presidency in the United States was Dr. Ben Cason, an internationally renowned neurosurgeon. He’s been mocked repeatedly by talk show hosts and common folks for not believing that humans evolved from chimpanzees or apes. They discredited him for merely not agreeing with their point of view in a subject matter in which he’s an expert. This book isn’t an attempt to disprove evolution. It points out some questions that evolution hasn’t sufficiently answered. Essentially, evolution isn’t any less of a myth than what some people would think of religion. Science is a gift to human civilization. Science has helped us improve our lives and do incredible things that we couldn’t have done otherwise. However, it’s important to recognize that science isn’t everything and it can’t replace everything. When something isn’t scientific, it doesn’t mean that it isn’t true. There’re just things that can’t be measured or analyzed scientifically. I’d argue that even pyramids aren’t scientific because nobody can scientifically explain how it was built without modern technology. Yet nobody can deny the existence of pyramids. We need to make good use of science but at the same time, we need to stop using science to decimate other knowledge, culture and human nature that we had before science even came to our world.Biografía del autor:
Kwokman Chung works with Information Technology. He was a talk show host and sketch writer of a Chinese broadcast company in New York City. He’s also a columnist of a Christian web site. Kwokman is a Sunday school teacher at his church. He participates in various evangelical activities including stage productions and street evangelism. He wrote and produced a gospel themed musical play in 2012.
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