In a recent column, Charles C. Haynes argues that the desire to make the public schools the center of the battle against evolution is “both wrong and dangerous.” Haynes is convinced that “Scientists and science educators should decide what our kids need to learn about science, not legislators or religious advocacy groups.” On today’s show, Dr. Mohler argues that scientists have a worldview too and to think otherwise is just not plausible. While Christians are certainly thankful for and work toward scientific advancement, science itself cannot be looked to for the answers to the deepest questions of life. As with all things, the Christian worldview mandates that even science cannot ultimately be understood apart from a biblical lens that is grounded in the fear of the living God.
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