by John Leslie
Published: 28 May 2013
In the context of discussing the Noah Flood Account a correct understanding of it as a narrative can be better ascertained by a correct understanding of the fields of religion, science, and philosophy. These three categories are part of the fabric of every human being. How one views and integrates them together will affect their views on the Noah Flood Account. A brief description and discussion of the interfacing of them will follow—but a longer account has been given elsewhere. Thus, I am presenting how I view the inter-related fields of religion, science, and philosophy and their impact on my views of the Noah Flood Account. But it is very important to acknowledge that every single theologian, philosopher, and scientist brings to the debate a bias—some admit this, but many are unwilling to admit that they do so..."
JGL Note: It is crucial that parents help their children understand that science can not explain the beginning or ending of the universe. Nor can it assign beauty, worth, ethics or morality. These subjects are in the realm of religion and philosophy. Creationists are very religious and so are Evolutionists very religious-all of them.
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