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Re: Every Person Is Different

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Posted by Mario Dovalina on February 3, 2001 03:20:02 UTC

"it IS a 'faith', a belief/intuition that there is something more than meets the eye and is answered with one's compulsion to find that 'something'. "

Yes, you're right. However, a scientist looks for empirical evidence for his beliefs while a religious guy/gal (I figured if I said "religious person" again it would start sounding derogatory :) ) is TOLD what to believe. You believe in Jesus because the Bible says so. A scientist believes in things because they ARE so, and can be proven via tangible means. That's the difference.

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