The Problem with Listening to Science

Stephen Nielsen

So many people these days are saying, “We need to listen to the science.”  I’m all for science, but sometimes science isn’t too scientific (or true); and sometimes we use science as an excuse to not do what is right or practical.

Evolution I think is the best example. Most of the world has chosen (or even is forced) to believe in evolution instead of creationism, because of science—because of all the science Darwin used to prove his theories. But did you know that there are many Christian scientists that reject Darwin’s theories and don’t believe they are scientific at all.

Or how about the science of climate change. How many times have those scientific theories been wrong? Now they are saying that we only have twelve years left on this earth—unless we do something about it, like “the new green deal.” Give me a break! Is it really science?…

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2 Responses to The Problem with Listening to Science

  1. LightWriters says:

    Funny how they only say listen to ‘science’ when it suits a certain political narrative. Time people started thinking for themselves and speaking truth to ‘power’. That’s what rights and freedoms are all about.

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