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Why must it be an absolute belief in God or in science ?

"Why must it be an absolute belief in God or an absolute belief in science ?"

Answer is easy :

it's just UNNECESSARY, because an UNTRUE "OPPOSITION".

I'm always first amused, and then, ANNOYED, by those who try hard to use science, for instance, to show the faithful and/or religious ones that their beliefs can't be backed up by any scientific evidence.

THEM FOOLS.

Don't they know that even their (ours) "hard sciences" such as Maths (or, up to some extent Physics, etc) don't have any "truth" of themselves, complete and consistent at any single point in time ?

1 + 1 = 2 ... and yet... Math themselves CANNOT even prove WHY AND HOW, ***COMPLETELY***.

http://www.dailypaul.com/252685/are-you-anti-science#comment...

I'd recommend those people should learn more about Godel's and Turing's last century's discoveries, and then to think AGAIN before coming to argue, "from a scientific standpoint", with people concerned with faith, disregarding the orthogonality/complementary of science and faith.

Peace.

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