There was a time when Christianity was integrated in all public education. Prayers in school were as common as the Pledge of Allegiance, and many schools taught directly from the Bible. Today, there’s an emphasis on “the separation of church and state,” and prayer in class or even before sporting events is discouraged, if not outright banned.
Incredible stories of forgiveness hold the intrinsic power to inspire and encourage. One such story about a little girl named Myriam and her willingness to forgive ISIS militants who had deeply affected her life proves just how much of an impact simple acts of forgiveness can have on the masses.
Despite claims that science and religion cannot coexist, there are many scientists who believe in God. In fact, some of these well-respected individuals have even written books that explore both their scientific inclinations and the ways in which they see God actively engaged in creation and the world around them.
Do scientists believe in God? Can science and religion exist in harmony? When it comes to the intersection of faith and science, one of the primary subjects that emerges is creation — and the seemingly never-ending debate over evolution. Despite the fact that the science vs. religion battle is often overemphasized, there are fierce and passionate battles over how human beings and the universe at large came into existence.