Every particle in the universe attracts every other particle in the universe with a force which is proportional to the sum of their mass and inversely proportional to the square of the distance between them.
What makes a prophet a prophet? He's the guy who's not satisfied with the answers he gets from the people of his times so he takes it to the top: he goes directly to God.
One of the most well known events in the science vs. faith fiasco was a match up between Ken Ham and Bill Nye. The debate between was on the question "Is Creation A Viable Model of Origins?"
Here's an example of how the popular science narrative of godless existence (SciPop) combines truth and error: real observations are blended with speculation about unknown causes.
A lot of people seem to think, because they've been told, that science and religion are opposites. The problem goes back to what people believe that science is, because religion, for the most part, is irrelevant.
Walking by faith is as simple as taking a step, putting one foot down in front of the other. Then you can take another step, and then another. If you didn't take the first step, you wouldn't have a walk of faith.
Popular science (SciPop) has a theoretical foundation. We refer to it as the SciPop paradigm. You may see it referred to in places as the DPMS (dominant paradigm of modern science).
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.
Faith and sight are opposites, like light and darkness, good and evil. When you have one you don't need the other, and vice versa. We also use them as concepts in a unified theory of everything.
The phrase "the father of lights," is sweet and poetic. It's spiritually accurate in identifying two roles of God the Father. It's also accurate physics.