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Science Is Superior To Religion, Organized Or Othewise

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Posted by John Morgan Powell on April 6, 2001 19:57:01 UTC


You wrote:

> Doesn't it bother you that science knows so
> little about the universe.

Not really, because the only things I have to compare it to (religious dogma, superstition, etc.) know much much less.

I welcome greater knowledge, can you help? Does your faith provide a means to answer the unanswered questions of science or will you be forced like the rest of us to wait for science to find the answers, such as what the dark matter is.

I certainly don't expect the current LDS prophet Gordon B. Hinkley to say anything revealing about these scientific questions.

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