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Can kids of atheist parents learn about God through science in school ?

Realistically, many fundamental aspects of our natural world cannot be explained by science. For instance, why are the available building blocks of life and the physical laws governing them perfectly suited to sustain complex life processes and ecosystems? While science is not equipped to reveal God, his inspired Word provides tangible evidence of his existence and activities as Creator. (2 Timothy 3:16) With this spiritual knowledge, we can appreciate the One responsible for the power, wisdom, and beauty evident in our physical world.

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True Science Harmonizes With the Bible. Religion should in no way discourage an interest in science. To be sure, the Bible itself invites us to learn from God’s handiwork and to discern God’s amazing qualities in what we see. (Isaiah 40:26; Romans 1:20) Of course, the Bible does not claim to teach science. Rather, it... More
Answered By: Chelsea - 1/8/2013
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i bet you always start with the conclusion and work backwards, don't you?
Answered By: cryptic_non_sequitur - 1/8/2013
 
Not through science as there is no verifiable evidence that god or gods exist. Leave religion for theology or philosophy classes. Quite.
Answered By: Cobalt - 1/8/2013
 
No.......Nurse! another ones got out;
Answered By: Steve P - 1/8/2013
 
No, because God isn't scientific and therefore shouldn't be discussed in science class. One learns about science through studying science, not God.
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Answered By: Fnordian - 1/8/2013
 
Mumbo jumbo!
Answered By: Johnny - 1/8/2013
 
I don't understand something, so, therefore the specific God of Christianity must be responsible! says way too many people.
Answered By: Damian - 1/8/2013
 
You seem to have mistaken "many fundamental aspects" for one obviously untrue example.
Answered By: The Lord of Misrule - 1/8/2013
 
Yes, physics is the foundation God used to create the universe. Sort of like a computer OS
Answered By: Jonathan - 1/8/2013
 
Definitely. Similarly there have even been many scientists who were previously atheists themselves that grew to believe in a God just from studying their field of science. Science simply reveals what is already in existance. So it is natural that upon learning more deeply of the complex order of things, the physics... More
Answered By: eliziam - 1/8/2013
 
The whole purpose of teaching evolution is to keep GOD out of what kids learn.
Answered By: Lindsy - 1/9/2013
 
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