As much as science has been revolutionary in making the essence of life worthwhile I'll definitely say that science doesn't answer all the question that life poses as well and this is where the believe in the existence of God comes to fore. the truth is believing in science for me is something I think is inevitable this is because science has made life very easy, it's advanced the welfare of man and I believe that without science man will still be living in the stone ages.
Therefore my believe in science is as a result of the facts that I see it's effect on mankind and the advancement of science is not what I want to compare with the existence of God because I believe science and God is of two different dimensions, this is because science can be fallible because we know it's limitations as well as it strength for example we know that science for now cannot fully bring back the dead or cure HIV/AIDS fully as well however we cannot say the same about God this is not because I believe he exists but because I believe a sovereign entity as God is the only explanations for things that science cannot prove.
In a nutshell, my opinion is that I believe in God as much as much as I believe in science even if I think they're of different dimensions, science have been fighting so hard to be like God, but this isn't an option, where the limitations of science stops is God begins, that is God is the answer which science cannot provide. So I believe in God ad much as i do science.
Well I think I believe in both of them, but based on everything that I've experienced and everything that I've been through in my life I'm just going to have to say that I definitely believe in God more. I can't tell you how many times he's saved my ass and I can't tell you how many times my family has been broke and without a dime and a miracle has happened.
My dad always says "If you want to see miracles, then come to my house" and that's because there are too many occasions where we've been down for the count but something always happens. I mean I can't even begin to explain how I've survived all these years and it's not that I'm lucky, nah if you ask my friends, it's quite the opposite but here I am standing tall and thriving. If it's not because of God then I don't know what it is.
I actually believe that science is a religion on its own, well an unorthodox one since it doesn't succumb to the belief that there's a supernatural being that created and rules over everything, science is about facts and proof and if those two things where a being then they'd be the Gods of science.
The thing is that science can't explain half of the things that have happened in my life, because to me when something happens once or twice, like when I've desperately needed money and without even saying a word to anyone a source of income comes up, or was it when on two separate occasions I left a place and then found out that the place was robbed only a few minutes after I left, no, that's a miracle right there and science will say it's coincidence but I know the truth.
The thing is, there's something I believe in more than both science and God, and that's doing the right thing. It doesn't matter whether or not it's sanctioned by science or by the bible, if I feel that doing something is the right thing to do then I'll do it. If people thought about their actions and tried to do the right thing then I doubt we'd have a war on terror or any wars at all for that matter.
Well sticking with your question, if I've not made it clear, between science and God, I definitely believe in God far more than I believe in science. After all, science is to me a religion of Logic and Christianity is to me a religion of faith and the truth is that Faith begins where logic ends.
I hope this helps.
No, not by any means.