1. Logical and Mathematical Truths
2. Metaphysical Truths
3. Ethical Truths
4. Aesthetic Judgments
5. Science Itself
6. Historical Truths
7. Archaeological Truths
8. Epistemological Truths
9. Legal Truths
10. Moral Truths
11. Anthropological Truths
12. Absolute Certainty
— The Apologetics Blog, 12 Types of Truth the Scientific Method Cannot Prove
Myth #1: Science gives us more certain knowledge than philosophy or theology.
Myth #2: It is never rational to go against the views of the overwhelming percentage of experts in an area of science.
Myth #3: The success of science shows that other fields like philosophy and theology do not provide us with knowledge of reality.
Myth #4: The advances in neuroscience have shown that consciousness is merely physical states in the brain and that there is no need to postulate a spooky thing like a soul.
Myth #5: The church doesn’t need to teach parishioners about science; its job is to focus on the spiritual and moral lives of people.
— J. P. Moreland, from 5 Myths about Science
The scientific method only is applicable to things in the natural universe, and science is impotent to test things such as the laws of logic, mathematics, self-introspection, objective morality, the order of science itself, and anything outside of the universe (supernatural)!
Tim Stratton, from “Freethinking Atheists are Oxymorons”, freethinkingministries.com
The problem with us scientists is that we are very poor philosophers.
— Albert Einstein, quoted in Stand to Reason monthly letter, November 1, 2010
Government involves questions about the good of man, and justice, and what things are worth having at what price, and on these a scientific training gives a man’s opinion no added value.
— C. S. Lewis, quoted in The Schwartz Report, Volume 47, Number 5, May, 2007