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Why is science, especially The Theory of Evolution, such a threat to religious faith?


 

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Rod Martin Jr (lone77star) says

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    RavenBiker 4 years ago

    I have scanned and plan to read some of your hub based on your answer. I see where you stand on the subject. I find your answer plausible and reasonable. The human ego is a formitable foe at times, isn't it?

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DK (Philanthropy2012) says

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    RavenBiker 4 years ago

    My belief that I share with some, science can coexist with faith. However, as you said, the faithful fear that science "nulifies" faith. If anything, should science affirm faith?


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    RavenBiker 4 years ago

    Agreed. However, the Faithful can never really give me a clear answer to this questions. Just by asking it, they say I'm attacking and insulting their faith.

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    RavenBiker 4 years ago

    You've reiterated my original question I don't see you see faith "collapsing." I'd like to know why evolution is a threat and cannot coincide with religious faith.


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