|John W Robbins|
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'Science and Truth' by Gordon H Clark
Related to this it's worth checking out the following 'banned' TED talk by Rupert Sheldrake - I don't agree with everything he says but the part about the constancy of the speed of light makes the message worth listening to
To those who would try and use science as an argument against the Bible they first need to account for the foundation of science - the uniformity of nature. Why is the future assumed to be like the past? The Bible makes sense of the uniformity of nature but without God it cannot be made sense of and must be assumed. If it is true that the future will always be like the past then by that logic you've just proved that I will never die because in the past I've never died. Other people have died - but they aren't me.