Why I do and don’t believe in science

As we are the frogs in the boiling pot of water, we probably did not realize when science took a turn from the manmade miraculous to the manmade manipulative. I am sure I did not. But after many stays in psychiatric hospitals, talking with professionals, trying all the best pills and STILL not feeling cured… I decided to dig deeper, by myself, and discovered that science is full of manmade misinformation.

Screen Shot 2017-03-29 at 1.04.41 PMGASP! No! Why would multi-billion dollar, brain drain, big pharma lie to us? Why would they withhold pivotal, proven information?

For profit? But that’s not ethical. That’s not right. They seem so nice and nerdy, not like those mean businessmen types. They wouldn’t do that. Science is real. Science is fact. I believe in science.

I do too. I believe it to be like any other manmade power that can be used for good as equally as for evil. Like airplanes – used to both bring people from across the globe together or to bomb our neighbors. Sure, no one thinks twice about FLYING IN THE AIR now, but not long ago it was a manmade miracle! People used to dress to the nines just to fly across states. Now we are no more than herded cattle when boarding an airplane. The magic has left.

Like all things without God, the glory fades after a time.

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Alexander Graham Bell – inventor of the telephone

So it is with science. True science is not far from true art. It is the act of inventing and creating. And this can be done both with or without God. It is my belief that only the creations made with God have any true staying power. The rest is mass deception, just as the deceiver would have it.


My greatest qualm with science, or psychiatry to be more specific, is their lack of heart-based evidence and diagnoses. I had to learn the awfully hard way that the heart is, without a doubt, just as real and tangible as the mind. It can become sick, it can be suppressed, it can be broken. Just. Like. The. Mind.

They have now built psychiatric wards especially for children, as if this were some sort of great cultural advancement. How sick does this society have to become before we stop diagnosing each other and look at the bigger picture. These children are not sick, this Godless society is ill. We are collectively heartbroken.

Fortunately for me, modern medicine did help alleviate my mental illness. They do know their way around the mind. More fortunately, however, is that our good and gracious Father has set eternity in my heart. For without it, I should have died from heartbreak long ago.

‘He hath made everything beautiful in its time; also he hath set eternity in their heart, yet so that man cannot find out the work that God hath done from the beginning even to the end.’


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