Too often, too easily, some have regarded faith and science as unrelated or as competitors for human allegiance. They argue that faith speaks to values, science to verifiable facts. Faith responds to the longings of our heart, science to the curiosity of our minds. Faith confesses human sinfulness, placing trust in God's grace and mercy in Jesus. Science acknowledges human imperfections, placing confidence in humanity's capacity to transcend limits and to perfect life.
Do you agree with these familiar distinctions?
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