The debate "Can Science prove the existence of god scientifically" was started by
March 13, 2017, 3:07 am.
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blue_rayy, human, neveralone, thereal, Jericho, EthanTReilly and 1 visitor agree.
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No it can't I main theory goes against the bible and any other major religious beliefs. Maybe one day but, at this moment it says, "no."
OK, what kind of technology would conclusively prove or disprove God? If you want to be insulting and condescending, you should have a testable prediction of what would prove God's existence.
Also, by definition belief in God is indoctrination. Not believing only requires having never heard of God, or reasons to not believe after you have. Losing your belief could be described as indoctrination, but never hearing about God is not.
Its common sense anyway. The entire concept of their being no God is caused by indoctrination.
Its just amazing. Humans barely know anything about a planet next door to their own and theyre already denouncing God because theres no proof? How do you expect to find proof when technology isnt wven developed enough yet? complete morons.
Science can prove God's existence. All that is needed is proof. It cannot disprove God, since a lack of evidence is not proof.
science cannot disprove God. what science can do is prove that no God was necessary for certain events. science can prove that no God was necessary for the creation of the earth, the moon, etc... science can prove that no God is necessary for lightning, rain, winds, hurricanes, etc...science can show that God wasn't necessary for the creation of plants, animals, humans.
science can minimize God's necessity and likelihood; but can never say for certain that some ethereal being exists which may or may not interact with the universe in some undetectable way to produce some unknown outcome to some unknown agenda.
this is because science can only disprove things. if you came up with a method of proving God, science could tell you if a) it is actually a proof of god b) it could then be used to disprove God.
since there's no evidence a god exists, there is no way to really answer that. how could you prove or disprove a 2,000 year old myth?