There’s a difference in philosophy of science between a law and a theory, and it doesn’t have to do with the degree of certainty we have with respect to them. The common sense notion of the difference between a law and a theory is that a law is something we’re sure of, but a theory is something we’re tentative about. That’s not the difference between a law and a theory. Continue reading
Good science must involve such intellectual virtues as honesty, integrity, discernment, humility, and courage. These moral qualities are part of God’s intended moral law for mankind. Moral principles must be grounded in something objective.
— Kenneth Richard Samples, from Without a Doubt, kindle location 2228
Science is the search for the truth.
— Linus Pauling, quoted in The Case for a Creator by Lee Strobel, kindle location 463