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A Marriage?

Postby Craig Browning » 08 Jul 2012, 12:09

It would seem that "Religion" (Faith/Spirtuality) and Science may soon get hitched (again). . . this documentary can explain it better than I.




:evil: I FREAKN GIVE UP WHEN IT COMES TO POSTING VIDEOS ON THIS FORUM :evil:
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Re: A Marriage?

Postby Twain Shakespeare » 08 Jul 2012, 15:38

Watched half of it, Mr Adams sounds as cocksure as Hawkings, or Dawkins, if saner than the pope. Was not allowed to post. Am pissed.
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Re: A Marriage?

Postby KimberlyHardacre » 05 Aug 2012, 17:27

science is based on questioning, religion on believing. Scientists proove that there is no God, but at one point they end up without a logical answer, and then, slightly, a thought of God passes by.
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Re: A Marriage?

Postby lucyjones » 11 Aug 2012, 17:27

Yeah,you are right
KimberlyHardacre wrote:science is based on questioning, religion on believing. Scientists proove that there is no God, but at one point they end up without a logical answer, and then, slightly, a thought of God passes by.
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Re: A Marriage?

Postby Craig Browning » 11 Aug 2012, 23:19

KimberlyHardacre wrote:science is based on questioning, religion on believing. Scientists proove that there is no God, but at one point they end up without a logical answer, and then, slightly, a thought of God passes by.


Actually, prior to the invention of the Romanized Church religion & science were one in the same thing. Arguably, science is a religion in that it is rife with as much, if not more dogma than any other philosophic cult. You will even find a plethora of contradictory details when it comes to said dogma, just as we find within the auspices of all things "theist" as some would say.

The other thing that many in our present time tend to ignore, is the fact that most all of today's scientific "fact" came about by men and a few women dedicated to the church, more than a few of whom ended up in "isolation" (a kind way of putting it); while they had supporters within the hierarchy of the church, Rome was better served by an ignorant and gullible flock, something all religious elements, including science, still insist upon. After all, you can't readily sell your "truth" if people are educated about things from all sides of the given issue. Modern science has become myopic because of its growing rapport with the Atheist culture and related politics and as such, lost its way when it comes to actually serving society in ways that allow us to evolve as balanced creatures. Even Einstein understood the value of feeding the soul and giving "God" its due. ;)
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