“So which parts do you believe and which parts dont you believe. ”
>>>Primarily I just don’t think Science is true, or is even in the category of demonstration. I am an Operationalist which means I believe that terms that scientists use in Laboratories reflect operations in a laboratory. They do not reflect the true nature of reality. My scriptural support for the rejection of science: Ecc 8:17 and I saw every work of God, I concluded that man cannot discover the work which has been done under the sun Even though man should seek laboriously, he will not discover; and though the wise man should say, "I know," he cannot discover.
What if you created the entire universe and one of your creatures had the audacity to say that you didn’t exist?
Second, induction is a logical fallacy. Bertrand Russell said,
“All inductive arguments in the last resort reduce themselves to the following form: 'If this is true, that is true: now that is true, therefore this is true.” This argument is of course, formally fallacious. Suppose I were to say: “If bread is a stone and stones are nourishing, then this bread will nourish me; now this bread does nourish me; therefore it is a stone, and stones are nourishing.' If I were to advance such an argument, I should certainly be thought foolish, yet it would not be fundamentally different from the argument upon which all scientific laws are based.” The Scientific Outlook By Bertrand Russell (Publisher: Routledge; New edition (July 18, 2001)http://books.google.com/books/about/The_scientific_outlook.html?id=eLe1Bav9NBcC
Third, Zeno’s Paradox.
Fourth, Mary Louise Gills’ refutation of Aristotle’s Metaphysics which basically makes all attempts at empirical individuation impossible. http://books.google.com/books?id=4__8kPBMnMMC&dq=unity+identity+and+explanation&hl=en&sa=X&ei=WRpPT4TUF8P6ggeBzbG-DQ&ved=0CDIQ6AEwAA
Fifth, the earth is not in uniform motion to qualify it for the laws of modern physics.
Sixth, the splitting of the atom which pretty much refuted the entire scientific theory that usurped Christianity.
Seventh, Alfred Russell Wallace’s rejection of natural selection after writing the foundational work on the subject and inspiring Darwin to write his.
Eighth, it has yet to cash out into a complete, consistent, human philosophy of reality, epistemology, ethics and politics that has unified and established a free civilization of people.