Nobody is ever going to âproveâ the existence of God with science. People get so caught up in validating themselves as intellectual giants by talking about logic and philosophy, that they miss the big picture. They try to appreciate the beauty of life by looking through a microscope, and then when they canât see what they expect to see, they assume it doesnât exist. Imagine looking at a rose petal under a microscope. Or some skin cells of a beautiful woman. Or some hair strands of an infant or puppy. How can you see the life and beauty in it? You canât. It requires stepping back from the microscope and looking at the larger picture. Thatâs the point at which you can see many integrated parts working together to create life manifested as a rose, a woman or an infant. But most people have never really taken the broad view. Their view is limited to such a narrow scope that they canât see anything for how it truly presents itself. The problem with trying to accomplish anything with science, theories, etc is that it reverses the process by which we make sense of life. It makes knowledge and data the first step and then understanding and experience the second step. This makes being a human being totally ass backwards. It gets people caught in a loop whereby they refuse to see anything until theyâve somehow âprovenâ that they can see it in the first place. I mean, you canât âproveâ to me how a steak tastes by giving me a 500 page scientific dissertation on taste, taste buds, and the neurological happenings of the mind when someone eats a steak. The only thing that will âproveâ how steak tastes is to eat steak. But, science would teach us that, if by the end of reading that dissertation (step one), if one can't know what steak tastes like simply from reading â well, then it must be artificial and that man can only taste steak because he wants to in his own mind. Same thing with the color blue. You could spend the rest of your life reading about rods, cones, light waves, prisms and every other bit of science about the color âblueâ, but thatâs no substitute for actually looking at the sky and seeing it for yourself. You could NEVER get a blind man to understand âblueâ by teaching him science. Honestly â name one significant experience in your life that would have been as equally impacting if you had ONLY acquired the scientific knowledge about it. Can you understand how sex feels if youâve only read about it? Falling in love? Riding a roller coaster? Attending a funeral of a loved one? Eating a Snickers? I canât think of ONE thing in my life that could have made more sense through science, âproofâ, âlogicâ, etcâ¦than if I just saw/experienced it through my own human condition, faith and a heart without some kind of mental bias. Science is never going to âproveâ God. When a person goes that route, they feel vulnerable in matters of faith, the heart and soul. So they try to prepare themselves with âlogicâ and science. They try to build their lives upon an unshakeable foundation â thus eliminating the by-product of insecurity and vulnerability that so often comes with new experiences. People want to logically disprove God to alleviate the nagging insecurity about whether or not He exists. Theyâre tired of thinking about in bed at 2:30am â so they throw themselves into books and science because, supposedly, that will give the answer. Science is wonderful. But the truth is that people who make it a religion or a way of life are terrified inside. Theyâre terrified of their own vulnerability in regards to matters that require a personal investment above and beyond their knowledge base. When I hear a man say heâs a âfree thinkerâ and bases his life on proof, logic and science â I hear a man telling me heâs desperately hoping that the empirical proof and scientific knowledge of his generation is actually ârightâ because thatâs what he bases his faith upon, and he doesnât want to be wrong. The problem with this is, your own faith will betray you because science advances and, ultimately, proves its own ignorance after a number of years. Think about it: at one time, a âfree thinkerâ would have based his faith his faith on such ideas as âthe world is flatâ, âthe moon is made of cheeseâ, âand the sun revolves around the earthâ. History shows that much of science is wrong. The fact is, thereâs so much stuff we believe scientifically in our modern times thatâs going to be absolutely laughable in 300 years. Middle schoolers will be sitting around going âoh my God! They thought atoms were small!! Hahaha!â and âthey had to launch these big dangerous things called âshuttlesâ just to get into space! Hahahahaa!â Iâd be absolutely terrified to base my belief in God on something as errant and full of fallacy as science and my own logic.