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    • That's beyond science....bitches
      Ashod 21 may
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    • For Einstein, "science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind."
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    • It’s funny when these people think religious people don’t believe in science. We do, but we just believe God created science
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    • If you destroy all history books, in a thousand years time when they’re back it won’t be the same
      Arstotzka 26 may
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    • Maybe God created everything with science? I’m just throwing it out there lol people can be religious and believe in science altogether, I hate one sided gate keeping people
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    • Why do so many people think you can’t have both science and religion
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    • Science and religion are capable of coexisting. You can believe in both. Science is the knowledge of what exists and religion is the knowledge of why it exists. Science doesn’t determine good and evil, and religion doesn’t determine the composition of our bodies; each has its own need
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    • Here’s a concept: God created everything through....wait for it.....science. 😄
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    • Except scientists are mortal, biased and susceptible to error. They must always be questioned. The day you start believing without questioning anything a “scientist says” or “science claims” you are no different than a person who believes without question “the Bible says”.
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    • why are all the tonight shows liberal?
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    • Science and theology aren't incompatible. Just because we believe in a creator doesn't mean we can't learn about its creation. If a man builds a complex and interesting machine, and you ask "how does it work?" And the response is "I made it", that's a bad answer. But that doesn't mean no one made it
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    • We just gonna ignore the fact that a huge number of influential scientists were Christians?
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    • This was featured like a month ago and the truth still stands that this is wrong. I love science, but our understanding of science is far from perfect. We are constantly proving ourselves wrong all the fucking time. Time and time again we realize “oh, what we thought was true isnt true”
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    • Thats not a fair comparison. A religious text is essentially a history book. If you destroyed a history book and erased the info from everyone's mind, it wouldn't come back either.
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    • Science and religion can coexist.
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    • The fact that science changes in response to new information is its strength, not a weakness. When thinking becomes too rigid, minds tend to snap. We should always be open to the possibility that we are wrong and willing to change when we learn new things. Certainty leads to atrocities.
      not_funny 25 may
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    • My biggest issue, as a historian, here is that Science is also constantly proving parts of religions, such as a giant flood covering the earth, unearthing cities thought to be fake, and finding historical documents relating to the religious beliefs of different people
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    • I believe it was the pope who said something to the tune of, god is not a magician swinging a magic wand, the laws of science are the tools he used to build the universe. I don’t think it’s a stretch to have faith AND science
      GSlice97 24 may
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    • You can still be religious and believe in science. They're not two exclusive categories. There's things that science can't explain, but there's been /aspects/ of religion that have been disproved. You won't help yourself by always being closed off from any beliefs different from your own.
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    • I believe in both a higher power and science. I don't see why I shouldn't be able to believe in both.
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    • There’s only 2 genders
      out7out 30 may
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    • Science is an observation of the material universe. Religion/spirituality is insight into the metaphysical. Thinking one debunks the other is foolish. Religion doesn‘t discredit scientific discovery, and thinking science can replace spirituality is childish.
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    • Religion is not a replacement for science, and vice versa. If ANYONE is looking for a book recommendation- God’s Undertaker by John Lennox is really well done and does a great job explaining how religion and science are in two completely different categories.
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    • Atheists are the easiest religion to troll
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    • People seem to think religion and science are incompatible when they actually work together very well.
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    • Men can’t be women. Women can’t be men.
      am86 25 may
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    • "If I destroy historical texts documenting events that happened a long time ago, they won't come back exactly the same"
      Eriksson_ 25 may
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    • The majority of Scientific studies have actually come out to false. When the experiments are recreated they dont show the same results. Alot of our knowledge comes from scientists not science. Believing scientists just on the basis of their word is the equivalent of faith. Science is facts.
      LetMeKnow 25 may
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    • If you base a bumblebee on science, "it cannot fly."
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    • Science cant explain everything
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    • I get it. Science provides answers and make things possible. But religions are valuable. They provide guidance and answers science sometimes cannot. I'm a religious guy and believe in God, but I also value and trust science. I believe the two can work together if you have a healthy balance.
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    • Holy books don't even count because those are classified with history. If we destroyed history books, in 1000 years, all that shit would still be gone. Even though it really happened. This guy is stupid
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    • Religion and science are not mutually exclusive, and I hate how they are perceived as such.
      JollyDave 24 may
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    • Science flies people to the moon. Religion flies planes into buildings
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    • That's a poor way to disprove religion. All religions I know of are historical, not scientific. If you destroyed every trace of Plato and all of his teachings, no one will know he existed by next generation, let alone a thousand years. You can't compare those because they're completely separate.
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    • Why do people act like science and religion can’t work hand in hand ???
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    • Fahkeet 28 may
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    • Imagine not believing in Talos 🙄 smh
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    • Cool man, im still going to believe in God
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    • But the Bible is a historical record not a scientific theory. Of course if you burned every bible and religious document it wouldn’t re-emerge, just like with anything history related
      GoodBoys 25 may
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    • The more I talk to people the more I realize that people who arent religious dont have a problem with religion, they have a problem with secular people who use religion as scapegoat or a means to an end.
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    • This assumes that religion is false. If Christianity is true and you burned every Bible, then 100 years later God would anoint people to rewrite the Bible word for word.
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    • Argue that hypothetical scenario all you like, you still have to come back to undeniable reality. People have been attempting to destroy Christianity since before Jesus was even born. The Apostles suffered horrific deaths. Believers have been persecuted for centuries. Yet here we still stand.
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    • Can’t science and religion both be correct?
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    • No the fuck it wouldn't, scientists are constantly taking shit back. Fuck out of here mamon
      AltMight 25 may
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    • Except religion is based off of morals and how to live your life. So if someone randomly made it up, and it was destroyed, it will come back because of our human nature, you fucking retard.
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    • The great irony in his argument is that science never stays the same, it is always changing, whereas religion has stayed mostly similar for a much longer period of time. So by his argument, religion is really the more likely to come back exactly the same.
      Buccaneer 24 may
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    • I refuse to accept science as an atheist construct. Science was developed by theists, perfected by Christians (Catholics actually) and is attempted to be stolen by a few New Atheist wackos as the solution to every problem. This is called scientism as is a cult itself.
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    • Religious or not, science has made important advancements, and life is better, and if you don't think so well you're probably an antivaxxer with your logic.
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    • Can't believe this got featured on iConservative.
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    • Just because you believe in God doesn’t mean you don’t believe in Science
      nope321 24 may
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    • The greatest trick the devil ever pulled... Was convincing the world that he didn't exist.
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    • Every atheist just nutted to this post
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    • My out of date school science book says Pluto is a planet... I feel like the books will change a bit.
      Klyps 24 may
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    • For Einstein, "science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind."
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    • That's not actually true. Science has changed a thousand times over and will continue to change.
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    • Simple: God created Science... All the the science he created for us is out there for US to discover.
      TW0F4C3D 28 may
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    • Oh boy, a comment shit-show.
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    • God created science. It works. Bitches.
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    • Science changes all the fucking time too only a few certain things make it through the test of time and the idea that religion wont is also false due to the power of word of mouth
      Fly_nikes 27 may
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    • Science fly's you to the moon and religion fly's you into towers
      kanep0e 27 may
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    • Idea: God created the universe, and science refers to the structures put in place to support and keep the general order
      ARmax_34 26 may
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    • Science and religion can coexist together and even help each other. Like how science can explain some events in holy books like the Bible.
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    • C's lewis said the devil often keeps people from god by blinding them with science. But after someone is aware of god that no longer works because people than start to think of things they cannot touch. The universe doesn't feel the need to oblige you to believe in a god it's your decision to
      boiyo 26 may
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    • It is damn near impossible too have an intelligent conversation on this app with all you butthurt virgins screaming at the first thing you don't understand
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    • No way. It's almost as if history is different than science.
      Ski_U_Mah 26 may
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    • I trust science, but not egotistic scientists who shame any out of the box ideas
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    • Religion is as different to science as philosophy is. Religion is a link between the metaphysical (philosophical) and material (scientific) world. If all knowledge of Aristotle was destroyed, no one will come up with Aristotelian ethics again. That doesn’t, however make Aristotle any less right.
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    • You heard it here folks, history is worthless and science is infallible
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    • God I hate Colbert
      ifuckdogs 25 may
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    • But people in this country still think climate change isn't real and that embryos are the same as full grown people
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    • Okay, but it's the same as burning all historical records. If you burn every documentation and get rid of all evidence about any given random historical event, it will be forgotten. That doesn't mean it is fiction, as this is trying to say
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    • Well I feel like the fact that science is so unchanging and reliable is proof that a god exists. To claim that so much order came from chaos, came from nothing, is bizzare
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    • Yes, but people shouldn’t shit on others who believe in religion. It is a form of hope and stability for people and you shouldn’t take that lightly. For some, if you took faith out of their lives, they would be lost. So just get over it.
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    • Science can only ever be right conceptually. Just like there's no such thing as a perfect circle, except as a concept. Those who rave about science sound like the overconfident college procrastinator who read one page out of a thousand page book and thinks he's ready for the test tomorrow
      jstarks21 25 may
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    • Religion and science aren't mutually exclusive. They're both methods for finding truth. Religion doesn't tell you what germs are, it just tells you not to drink blood or excrement. Science doesn't teach you what you morals, it just goes "hey we finally found germs in the 1800's". Walk with both legs
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    • Religion shouldnt disprove science in any way
      CookiMan 25 may
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    • The science of a brain created by a God.
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    • There have been so many religions that have popped up and gone away over the years and we always come back to the same conclusion and that’s there is a higher power so I disagree with him sort of
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    • Actually if you were to destory all knowledge of the scientific world we would have totally different concepts within the same time. Science isn't objective, we just assume it to be objective. That's why it changes
      DoctorPep 24 may
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    • That’s only presupposing that none of those religions is true. If the God of the Bible exists, of course he’ll preserve his word and his people. This argument presupposes its conclusion to prove its point, and is thus vivaciously circular.
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    • The first gulp from the glass of natural sciences will turn you into an atheist, but at the bottom of the glass God is waiting for you-Werner Heisenberg-the father of quantum physics.
      mheems 24 may
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    • Old feature about science always being the same returned yet the results are different. Y’all remember when scientists told ya milk makes our bones stronger and now they tryna say it actually doesn’t? Yeah I don’t think science will always comeback exactly the same for some issues.
      EhOhWah 24 may
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    • So if you destroy all history books... we forget history forever 🤔 wow that’s just brilliant
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    • People still unironically think that religion and science are not coexistant ?
      Badiou 24 may
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    • OK but if you sit down and read the bible there's so many things that could never of happened and are proved to be right without God so religion is true I know for a fact and that if I put my faith in Jesus that I will be saved and have ever lasting life
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    • Except every science book from the begging of time consistently changes cause science is consistently wrong and correcting itself.
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    • But... science is often disproven. We used to think the earth was the center of the universe because of false science.
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    • An atheist meme has been featured? On icatholic?
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    • Agreed, that's why science and religion have gone hand in hand
      PhaseOne 24 may
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    • Religion and science are not contrary.
      MikeChanz 24 may
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    • "Haha, plane go whoosh, god not real"
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    • Except religion created the “natural laws and human rights” science didn’t do that
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    • Yes, true. But the idea that there is one true objective reality and that certain rules govern the universe is an idea we take for granted today but required God to become mainstream scientific thought. Science answers the “how” question but not necessarily the “why” behind the universe.
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    • So if you destroy history books, did history never happen? Terrible argument.
      DrRubixo 29 may
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    • I believe science and religion intertwine. God can’t be doing ALL the work so I believe He set everything in motion like clockwork
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