Admonished for his lack of familiarity with twentieth-century science, Sundar Singh said, “What is science?” “Natural selection and survival of the fittest,” he was told. “Ah,” Sundar Singh replied, “but I am more interested in divine selection and the survival of the unfit.
For if the movement of the world were irrational, and the world rolled on in random fashion, one would be justified in disbelieving what we say. But if the world is founded on reason, wisdom, and science, and is filled with orderly beauty, then it must owe its origin and order to none other than the Word of God.
Trouble always comes whenever we begin to take credit for any of the gifts of the Spirit, be they gifts of prayer, tongues, prophecy, art, science….Modern medicine suffers, despite all its advances, because it has almost completely forgotten that healing is a gift as well as a science.