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3. Any true grand narrative/story about our world will be internally consistent, coherent, and will account for the full scope of human experience and all that has been observed throughout history.
4. Logic, rather than science, should be used to define the parameters of what can possibly and reasonably account for the evidence. There are only two basic possibilities: that personal forces are ultimately responsible or that impersonal forces are.
5. A Creator God’s knowledge of the cosmos will trump scientific insight into the natural world. Furthermore, a Creator God who engineered human language and mental faculties will possess total command of these elements.
6. Therefore, if a Creator God has chosen to reveal certain truths to humanity, then it is possible for us to know them. The scope of science is superseded by the logical possibilities. Science is, therefore, not qualified to make any determinations about the fundamental nature of reality. (This point does not presume the supernatural but rather underscores the sensibleness of weighing religious claims).