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Why is our language predicated on their being a God (or many Gods for that matter)?


Someone that has a world view not based on any God(s) is called an atheist - a against, theist - belief in God. Yet someone who has faith is not called an ascientist - a against, scientist - basing understanding on something other than a God. Scientist may not be such a good example but I think it gets the general gist of the question across.

 
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