"the best science can say is that no one has been observed rising from the dead and as there is no known scientific mechanism that might allow for this, it is therefore extremely unlikely (but not impossible!)."
Is God bound by science?
This was a question that came to me looking at previous threads and would seem relevant to what you are asking
What I was suggesting to explore is, if God is/isn't bound by science that will affect our understanding of how we view theology.
Also, of course, our theology should be based on what God tells us in His word.
Simon's statement that
For instance the direct biological lineage of all mankind to two individuals called Adam and Eve is a bad theological belief because it can be shown to be false using genetics
can be challenged as attached link
Gavin saying we can use science to help us shape our understanding of how God created everything is fine, it is when we don't accept that God also can work outside of science in ways we don't understand, that we cause problems for ourselves
Re your statement 'That website is full of confusion, mistruth and lies.'
Please give me examples
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