Facultative means: of or relating to the grant of permission, authority, or privilege. For us it describes a mode of argumentation where atheists take the perspective that the Bible is true.
Are we Anti-science? NO
People accuse us of being anti-science. We understand why. On the face of it we've evaluated the scientific method, found it wanting, and rejected it. We exposed the logical fallacy of scientific truths.
People, even Christians, commonly claim is that the Bible isn't scientific. One reason being that it doesn't make any predictions which can be tested. We'll show you that the Bible is predictive, testable and scientific.
Mainstream Science and the Strong Delusion
The truth about God is self-evident but we've all been given free will. Therefore there must be a plausible alternative to the truth for those who want it. It's called the strong delusion or the power of error.
It’s Impossible to Find the Truth Using the Scientific Method
According to the rules of the scientific method, popular science (SciPop) and the truth are mutually exclusive. This is by design, it's not an accident.
What is science? The word is used to refer to beneficial technology like the iPhone but also to a pseudoscientific narrative of godless existence. The word, as used, refers to a mixture of truth and error.
The Induced Axioms of Mainstream Science
Yesterday we looked at definitions of axioms, corollaries and principles. We've diagnosed the five inherent flaws in the theoretical foundation of popular science (SciPop), its supposed axioms.
The Strong Delusion is Faltering
The truth about God is self evident but, because we have free will, God has provided a plausible alternative so that people can make what seems to be a rational choice about their relationship with God.
There are two issues that help us to understand the reason for why we were created with free will and how this is even possible given the nature of God as pure and holy, not to mention omnipresent and omniscient.
Scientifically illiterate science worshipers (SISWs) frequently tout the importance of empirical evidence. They squawk the phrase "empirical evidence" like parrots squawking "pieces of eight, pieces of eight".Scientifically illiterate science worshipers (SISWs) frequently tout the importance of empirical evidence. They use the phrase like parrots squawking "pieces of eight, pieces of eight."