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Re: Maybe If Put This Way

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Posted by Alexander on February 3, 2001 19:17:35 UTC

Well, if everything in the Universe goes by itself, where is presence of God(s)?

Also, logic and faith as had been explained in this forum many times (see numerous posts around), are mutually exclusive things - either you believe without questioning and experimenting (religion), or you question, experiment, analyse and confirm your theory by more experimenting (science).

You see, this EXACTLY is the problem with religion - it states things wrong (resurrection, age of Earth, creation of Adam and Eve, miracles, etc.), and by the way it states without any explanation (of HOW organic Adam was made out of non-carbon stuff, for example) and the religion does not even want to correct wrong places in scripture(s), to its own frustration, so anyone can open latest editions and see all those wrong statements.

But science never states what does not happen. Thus the far greater reliability and usefullness of science versus religion, simply because it is based on FACTS (while religion DENIES them).

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