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quote: the real question is, What do you believe in, what do you know without proof, and how do is co-exsist with what you know, and what you question?
quote:Originally posted by xardrai didn't mean to make this a religious discussion. my original intent was to clear up the fact that i have a strong passion for both science and religion. i think he waqnted to show that we are a struggling couple whose beliefs are very different and we are co exisitng and in love with eachother...
quote:Originally posted by TitanscapeSorry about my long post. Just i think relational knowing is as valid as scientific.Titanscape
quote:Originally posted by TronixScience and religion are both modes of understanding. One understands by reason, another by faith. A scientist may have faith that his theory is true, which spurs him to find the answer, and a buddihist or wiccan or christian or what have you needs to have some small bits of proof to back up his faith. A possible mix, but not an easy one. But, i dont see why someone cant believe that god sent life on the path to evolution, or that thier is a possibility of ghosts and such.