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How do you view the authority of Scripture in relation to scientific discoveries and theories? Are there areas where you see potential tension or harmony between the two?

How do scientific theories about the origin of the universe, such as the Big Bang model, align or diverge from the Genesis creation account? How do we reconcile these perspectives?

In what ways does the concept of fine-tuning in the universe challenge or affirm your beliefs about God’s involvement in creation?

What theological implications do you see in the fine-tuning of the universe? How does this aspect of creation shape our understanding of God’s sovereignty and care for humanity?

Reflect on the tension between scientific explanations for the universe’s origins and the biblical narrative of creation. How do you navigate this tension in your personal faith journey?

Engagement with our Non-Believing friends

How do you think non-religious individuals perceive the intersection of faith and science? What common misconceptions or stereotypes do you encounter in discussions about this topic?

Reflecting on your own experiences, what strategies have you found effective in engaging non-religious individuals in conversations about the compatibility of faith and science?

How can we communicate the value of the scientific method while also affirming the importance of faith and spirituality in understanding the world around us?

What examples of scientific evidence or discoveries do you find particularly compelling in supporting the existence of God or affirming biblical teachings? How might we present these examples in ways that resonate with non-religious individuals?

Reflect on the role of personal testimony and lived experiences in bridging the gap between the Biblical World View and the Scientific Method for non-religious individuals. How can we share our faith journey in ways that are relatable and meaningful?

Discuss the importance of humility and openness in conversations about faith and science with non-religious individuals. How can we approach these discussions with a posture of curiosity and mutual respect?

Reflect on ways in which the integration of faith and science enriches our understanding of the world and enhances our appreciation for its beauty and complexity. How can we communicate this sense of wonder and awe to those who may not share our religious beliefs?

Loving God & Loving People

How does our understanding of the scientific method contribute to our ability to love God with our minds? How can we use our knowledge of science to deepen our love for God and share His love with others?

Making Disciples

Discuss practical ways in which our engagement with the scientific community can be a means of making disciples. How can we use our interest in science as a platform for sharing the Gospel and discipling others?

Explore the concept of worldview integration in discipleship. How can we help fellow believers develop a holistic understanding of faith that encompasses both spiritual truths and scientific insights?

Discuss the role of intellectual curiosity in making disciples. How can we cultivate a spirit of inquiry and exploration within our faith communities, encouraging others to ask questions and seek understanding?

Preaching the Word  (Apologetics, defending our faith)

Consider the impact of testimonies and personal stories in apologetics and evangelism. How can sharing our own experiences of faith and scientific discovery resonate with others and draw them closer to God?

Consider the role of apologetics in defending our faith. How can an understanding of scientific evidence and reasoning strengthen our ability to articulate and defend the truth claims of Christianity?