I want to write a blog about Science Vs Religion but can't get any starting points so i though to se
My favourite point to ponder in the Science vs Religion debate is this:
You are handed a Rolex watch and told this story. This watch was made by putting all the parts in a paper bag and shaking until everything fitted together and the fully-functioning Rolex was the result. Would you believe that random shakings of a parts-filled paper bag could result in a Rolex? Probably not.
Does it make any more sense to believe that an entire universe in full working order developed from bits of gas, ooze, slime, lightening and other matter that somehow all come together and produced life?
The universe is a much more complicated creation than a Rolex. If the theory does not work for the Rolex, I say it does not work for the universe.
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I believe in facts and theoretical concepts driven by logic. No you cannot put bits of metal in a bag and shake it until it forms a Rolex watch but since we can prove that man has existed on this planet for more that 6k years it puts the chronicles of creation into doubt. Most of us cannot figure the concept of 2000 yrs into our imaginations. Now imagine that 12000 yrs ago they were building pyramids in Egypt. How can we even begin to understand 50 million yrs back. Open your minds.
by Phocas Vincent 3 years ago
Is it possible to truly be religious as well as believe in the evidence of science with theories such as evolution, the Big Bang and dinosaurs existing prior to man not along side? (Please keep it clean and civil guys, thank you.)
by janesix 19 months ago
"Science adjusts it's views based on what's observed. Faith is the denial of observation so that Belief can be preserved"Tim Minchin
by marinealways24 8 years ago
Where is common ground between science and religion? Will there always be science vs religion for their opposing views? I think science and religion have a lot more in common than some would like to believe.
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