In response to this post, Anonymous wrote:
I guess if you want your science without objectivity, a little faith thrown in is fine.
What if I just want to look to science for answers to the questions it can answer while looking to faith when considering the issues it addresses?
When there is a conflict between science and faith, it is because somebody has misunderstood one or both of them.
Sadly, some scientists manage to misunderstand science, and some clerics manage to misunderstand faith.
If you think a scientific conclusion conflicts with your religion, you’ve missed the point of religion.
Not that that means the scientific conclusion is always right. Science is imperfect. Most of the time, there’s more to the story yet to be discovered. Sometimes, we just get it plain wrong. Religion, however, doesn’t really care about the issues science addresses.
If you expect science to provide meaning, you’ll be disappointed.