This article is about the way we have to look at scientific knowledge, especially in our arguments against evolution. We have to realize the limitations of human reasoning and that no specific method is without assumptions or fully objective. All scientific theories have an subjective side to it. Then the views of Kuyper and Bavinck on faith and science is discussed, The view that religion is an evolutionary process is also looked at in this article.

Source: Clarion, 2002. 20 pages.

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