I love this both for its clarity, concision, and hilarity.
When asked, somewhat condescendingly, “What can’t science prove?” William Lane Craig answers so:
If you didn’t catch the points, Amy Hall listed them as follows.
Logical and mathematical truths – science presupposes logic and math.
Metaphysical truths – e.g., the idea that the external world is real.
Ethical truths – e.g., you can’t prove by science that the Nazis were wrong to experiment on Jews.
Aesthetic truths – beauty can’t be scientifically proven.
Science itself – science can’t be justified by the scientific method.
HT: Amy Hall