Could Science Prove that the God of the Bible DOES Exist?
I am a n00b to this forum but am looking forwards to some positive discussion.
Firstly I just wanted to say openly that I am a Christian (Which is a Very misused term > so more specifically I am a believer of the God who has revealed himself in the Bible). I am also a believer in science – I am a Mechanical and Electrical Engineer by trade.
I am here because I am seeking to understand what exactly atheists believe/don’t believe and how they have come to this conclusion.
It seems to me that it is generally accepted that the existence of God cannot be disproven - assuming that the Flying Spaghetti Monster/Invisible Pink Unicorn arguments hold true (Please correct me if this is not the case). Therefore I have 2 questions that I wish to ask, If these questions have been asked elsewhere please point me in the right direction, however I have been unable to find sufficient discussion on them so far. My questions are as follows:
1) Could Science Prove that the God of the Bible Exists?
If science is unable to prove that the God of the Bible exists, then my second question is:
2a) What is the purpose of discussing the existence/non-existence of the God of the Bible on this forum or elsewhere, if the existence of the God cannot be proven or disproven?
If science is able to prove that the God of the Bible exists, then my second question is:
2b) Supposing the God of the Bible does exist, then what scientific evidence would be sufficient to convince the atheists reading this forum that the God of the Bible does exist?