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Science and Religion. The scientific method. Francis Bacon (1561-1626). The scientific method was made popular by Francis Bacon a Christian who thought;. Science = a book of Gods works. and. The Bible = a book of Gods words. What is the scientific method?.

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science and religion

Science and Religion

The scientific method

francis bacon 1561 1626
Francis Bacon (1561-1626)

The scientific method was made popular by Francis Bacon a Christian who thought;

Science = a book of Gods works


The Bible = a book of Gods words

what is the scientific method
What is the scientific method?
  • The scientific method is based on evidence and experiments
  • Based on the desire to challenge and evaluate all truth claims
  • Pre-supposes the world is intelligible and orderly.
  • 1. Observe some aspect of the universe.
2 invent a tentative description called a hypothesis that is consistent with what you have observed
2. Invent a tentative description, called a hypothesis, that is consistent with what you have observed.
4. Test those predictions by experiments or further observations and modify the hypothesis in the light of your results.
5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 until there are no discrepancies between theory and experiment and/or observation.
in what ways is the scientific method limited
In what ways is the Scientific method limited?
  • It is fallible
  • Limited objectivity
  • Scientist is human
  • Based on assumption
  • Contains guesswork
  • Reliability
  • Tentative

A theory is only considered correct at that moment in time based on the evidence available. It can be changed. Sometimes when we collect out data our senses can deceive us.

But remember…