The Origin Of (Our) Species in General Discussions Posted March 13, 2015 Your assumption that he does use science is also conjecture, and is a fundamental misunderstanding of what the practice of science is. I think we are having a semantic misunderstanding here. In application, science is nothing more than a set of man made rules to learn about and explain natural phenomena. The natural laws of the universe and eternal laws of God cannot aptly be called "science" in that application. They may be explained through science, but they existed long before man developed the scientific method. Science is not a thing or a force of any kind. Scientific laws are only statements that describe or predict natural phenomena, but science is not the natural phenomenon nor the forces that cause it to be. You are conflating secular definitions with spiritual laws. Ironically, science literally means "knowledge", though science does not claim certainty and is only useful where knowledge does not exist. So why would God use this inferior set of rules to guide those who are uncertain, when he is all knowing? The scientific method is completely and utterly unnecessary in light of God's much more refined omniscience. The scientific method of man is not the omniscience of God.Well, you are wrong. Not really sure how else to say it. You make it seem as if "scienc" is a type of caveman method of understanding and only applies to caveman technology and caveman understanding of nature. Properly understood, science is the tool we use to do things within the laws of nature,the universe. The understanding of "how does it work" is science. As such, all things we see in the universe are Gods handiwork and its continuance is also Gods handiwork. So, when we ask- how does it work, we are asking for the scientific explanation to how it works within the laws. Basically- all things we observe are the science God used and continually uses to sustain the universe/nature. They are not separate things.