Another World Cup Post
After watching hundreds of hours of debates by religious and scientific minds like Richard Dawkins and Mehdi Hassan, I've come to the conclusion that both sides are idiots. None of them understand the concept of "over-doing it." What I'm trying to get at here is that you can be too scientific and too religious --- and both are equally bad.
The reason why both sides are idiots is due to the fact that they both insist on acting like children. They'll cry and fight and yell over who is right and who is wrong, and they will never even consider the other side's perspective.
I have therefore found that the best solutions to a dilemma occur when you combine both sides. You essentially create a hybrid that contains both beliefs which appear to contradict/equal one another. Now that I've cleared this up, I'll move on to my actual belief.
I believe in all scientific processes. I believe in evolution because we can observe it (that's why viruses are such a hassle) and because there is a surplus of evidence for it. I believe in the Big Bang because we can detect its effects 13.7 billion years later. I think you get the point.
But I also believe in a God. Personally, I was raised in a Muslim household. I'm Japanese but I was adopted by a Muslim man when I was just 2 years old. I believe in a God that is unlike his creation. A lot of atheists like to berate religious people because when the atheists think of God, they picture a bearded man in the sky. The problem is that that's not what a considerable portion of religious people believe in. We believe that God is not a man. God does not have humanistic features nor is he anything that we can conceive of.
God created the universe and set the physical laws in motion. Thus, I believe that God creates things via processes that are described by science.
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