Just as Ginger has argued previously in this thread... just because you call yourself a christian doesn't mean you are one. Just as true: just because you say you are a scientist doesn't mean you are one. There is absolutely no scientific research done that points towards a miraculous creation account of any kind, nor has there been scientific work done that points to the existence of God. Science isn't supposed to answer questions about spirituality... If we could prove the existence of God through naturalistic science, what would that say about God?This is absolutely not true, as is evidenced by the many creation scientists of today, and the many scientists of years gone by who saw science as "thinking God's thoughts after Him."
You see, that is the problem I was talking about in the post you are quoting. The problem isn't having to throw out God's Word or science, the problem is our interpretation of God's Word. Why can't we ever question ourselves without it being labeled as questioning God?If it comes to a choice of throwing out God's Word because it disagrees with science, or throwing out "science" that has been pursued from an atheistic standpoint, then I will stick with God's Word every time.