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Re: Re: Re: What Is The Difference, Please...

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Posted by Michael Wright on February 6, 2001 08:03:58 UTC

I never said one was superior to the other, and I did not say that science claims that religion is not valid.

Would you agree that science could be given the stipulative definition of being "the observation/explanation of what is?"
Religion could be given the very same stipulative definition, but the methods of practising these two different things tend to be very different.

Science and religion are not really all that different, given the above claims.

Also, be carfeul with the analogies. Sometimes they can be taken too literally.

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