Some that post here consider themselves a Christian; I’d have to say some, because this is the Internet by the way. Some here will believe certain books of the Bible and will let science overrule the other books. Some here claim man evolved from monkey, since some claim a mountain of evidence that supports this scientific theory. Why then would God want to mislead and specifically say that He created man from the dust of the ground and Eve from Adams rib? Our church’s 8 and 9 year old Sunday school class believes that God created Adam from the dust of the ground and so forth, just by reading and taking Genesis at face value. Why would God want 8 and 9 year olds to discover the “truth” in HS science, instead of from His word? At what point did the fairy tale end and history begin? Why would God mislead, especially a child? Some here want to know where in Genesis does it say to take Genesis literally. I would like to know where in Genesis does it say not to take Genesis literal? Some claim a global flood was impossible. Reading Genesis, God appeared to be pretty upset with the people of the earth, but God found favor in Noah. God was ready to destroy the earth right then. God allowed Noah to build an ark, which took quite some time to build! If this was just a local flood, why build an ark? Why would God need to establish a covenant with Noah and promise never to destroy the earth again with water, when we have witnessed many devastating local floods? Since a few here allows science to guide them through the Bible, at what point do you say: “OK science guys, enough is enough, you’re crossing the line with that claim!” Example, Shadrach, Meshach, and Abed-nego were forced into a fiery furnace, and survived. They didn’t even smell of smoke! Science would say, “This is impossible! A human would become a screaming alpha fire.” We all know Daniel in the lion’s den. Science would claim all these events are undeniable false. Daniel was a real person, since Jesus names him at least once in the Gospels. Did God mix a little fairy tale to spice up the Book of Daniel? Jesus took five loves of bread and two fishes and fed five thousand men, not to mention the women and children. Jesus walked on water, even Peter walked on water too, until he took his eyes off the Lord. My friends and I when we were kids tried this experiment and failed miserably. God raised His Son from the dead three days after He’d been dead. Science would say all these miracles are impossible. Do you rebuke science for saying this? If so, why? If Adam and Eve were figurative, who’s to say Jesus wasn’t? Jesus say’s blessed are those that do not see yet still believe. Sorry for the number of questions, just curious about those that put their faith more in science than the Bible. Where does science cross the line concerning your faith? Does your church promote this doctrine?