The Reason for God: Belief in an Age of Skepticism - Chapter Six: Science Has Disproved Christianity Summary & Analysis

Timothy Keller
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Chapter Six: Science Has Disproved Christianity Summary and Analysis

Many of Keller's young students don't believe in miracles. Bestselling books declare that science has made the belief in god obsolete. Richard Dawkins wrote that one cannot be an intelligent advocate of science and hold on to religious beliefs. One of the main reasons science seems to clash with religion is that most major faiths believe in miracles or the intervention of God into man's life. Miracles are especially an important part of Christianity. Each year Christians celebrate miracles such as the incarnation, the birth of Christ, and the resurrection. Since the scientific field does not believe in the possibility of miracles, many scientists discount the entire Bible.

It is Keller's contention that science has not proven that all phenomena are the result of natural causes. But science has no way...

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