2 Timothy 6:20, 21
"O Timothy, keep that which is committed to thy trust, avoiding profane [and] vain babblings, and oppositions [antithesis] of science falsely so called: which some professing have erred concerning the faith. Grace be with thee. Amen."
George Hegel, who espoused the praxis of "science falsely so called" (or "so called science"), i.e., dialectic 'reasoning,' i.e., 'reasoning' from "feelings," i.e., through dialogue, i.e., from "sense experience" (which is subjective, i.e., subject to 'change' according to the situation) wrote, regarding his use of the "scientific method" (which is used in true science, which is objective, i.e., absolute), i.e., using science on morals and ethics (which makes it no longer science, only an opinion or a theory, i.e., unproven): "It is clear that no expositions can be regarded as scientific which do not follow the course of this method [the dialectical process], and which are not conformable to its simple rhythm, for that is the course of the thing itself." "I could not of course imagine that the method which in the system of logic I have followed is not capable of much elaboration in detail, but at the same time I know that it is the only true method." (George Hegel as quoted in Carl Friedrich, The Philosophy of Hegel) "The Method is no-way different from its object and content—for it is the content in itself; the dialectic it has in itself, that move it on." (George Hegel, Reading Hegel, The Introduction) "What can no longer be related to a concept [begriffen, i.e., to the child's understanding or perception, or what requires faith on the part of the child] no longer exists." (George Hegel, System of Ethical Life)