How much do you think of yourself as a scientist? What sorts of experiments have you conducted lately? What data have you been researching to help find the answer to a problem that needs solving? If science is about figuring out how things work, what discoveries have you made lately? If science is about understanding truth and applying the power of truth to bring out practical solutions, what answers have you unlocked that have brought greater freedom to people’s lives? For a Christian Scientist, these are important questions to be asking (while standing in front of a mirror). I once read a book by the Nobel-prize winning physicist Richard Feynman, which gave an illustration of poor science.
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