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Posted by John/">John on January 16, 1998 13:18:47 UTC

: Would it be fair to believe in 'God and Science', or the choice should only be one?

I think belief in both is essential. I think they are not all that different. To believe in God requires faith. To believe in science requires knowledge, understanding and observation. As time moves on science understands more of what use to take faith to accept. Are we trading God for science? Or are we just understanding more of what God(1) is and/or made?

(1) Definition of God (very broad one at that) All Natural Laws < GOD

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