agreed. found on the webs a while back.. Therefore, God!" Science. Because reality is too interesting to be content with ignorance.. Why cant I be religious AND agree with science?
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found on the webs a while back.

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Therefore, God!"
Science.
Because reality is too interesting
to be content with ignorance.
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Submitted: 05/28/2012
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#6 - bitchimflawless (05/29/2012) [+] (4 replies)
Why cant I be religious AND agree with science?
Why cant I be religious AND agree with science?
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#75 - Sunset has deleted their comment [+] (6 replies)
#108 - anonymous (05/29/2012) [-]
science and atheism aren't the same thing
#114 - boogeymansam (05/29/2012) [+] (4 replies)
The opinion of an open-minded Christian.
#126 - tholomewsense (05/29/2012) [-]
MFW i'm going to read the comments
MFW i'm going to read the comments
#7 - anonymous (05/29/2012) [+] (4 replies)
No recognition for the vast amounts of Christian scientists?
#151 - WakaTakaBang (05/29/2012) [-]
Because science obviously only belongs to atheists. Forget the fact that my Christian uncle has worked for NASA most of his career and continues physics work as a consultant.
#140 - trojanmannn (05/29/2012) [+] (8 replies)
"I don't see God."
Therefore he doesn't exist
"I don't see God"
I read the bible and I believe in him

No need to bash on religious people just because you think you're smarter than them because you don't believe in something they do. No one has dis-proven Christianity/Islam/Judaism/etc.

Plus, evolution is a theory...meaning it hasn't been proven. It takes the same amount of faith to believe in the big bang as it does to believe in the bible.

The picture is a bit of a stretch, but it shows that there are bad people on both sides of the spectrum
User avatar #16 - hwangw (05/29/2012) [+] (2 replies)
John Locke was a Christian apologist, the creator of the first social contract theory and a father of modern philosophy. He believed this: God is a logical being. If God (this rational and logical being) created the universe, everything in the universe must make sense. If everything makes sense, one can deduce everything's purpose and place in the universe by experimentation and exploration when rationality is applied. Sound familiar? John Locke, based on his belief in God, created the scientific method. Isaac Newton took that philosophy and applied it to his sciences and calculus was born. In fact, the enlightenment was sparked by this revolutionary idea. Modern science was birthed by the belief in God. If there were no religion, there would be no science as we know it.

I just copied and pasted this for the record, can't remember the user who originally said it but props to him.
User avatar #149 - kingnarnode (05/29/2012) [-]
I'm sorry, but what I read at the end part was "Being an asshole. Because life is more hilarious when you're an arrogant prick"
User avatar #69 - redwolfradolf (05/29/2012) [+] (9 replies)
Athiesm channel:

Using the same logical fallicy over and over again proves how much I love sience and logic
#98 to #69 - twilightdusk (05/29/2012) [-]
YFW this isn't on the Atheism channel.
#55 - classygentleman (05/29/2012) [+] (2 replies)
My jimmies aint rustled, but I as a christian have ALWAYS been interested in science, and have never met anyone from any religion whos answer to everything was "Juhezus!"
Pic unrelated.
#44 - anonymous (05/29/2012) [-]
I think we're just looking for excuses to be assholes now. I don't think it's the religion that's important; it's the self satisfaction in ridiculing people different from yourself.
#3 - vepevellu (05/28/2012) [+] (4 replies)
User avatar #123 - IamEllis (05/29/2012) [-]
I'm christian but I have a good balance between religion and science
User avatar #90 - lazengahn (05/29/2012) [+] (2 replies)
It's more like
"I don't know, but it's okay since it probably has nothing to do with my life, or those around me, so I can just leave it to God and be on my way"
and
"We don't know, so lets spend millions only to discover that my life could have gone on just as well as never knowing."
User avatar #102 to #90 - toosexyforyou (05/29/2012) [-]
You are so ******* stupid
#95 - draezeth (05/29/2012) [+] (7 replies)
*Reading the comments*

GUYS, PLEASE, CONTROL YOUR JIMMIES!
#89 - draezeth (05/29/2012) [+] (2 replies)
I'm a Christian. This is my reaction.
I'm a Christian. This is my reaction.
User avatar #47 - toguro (05/29/2012) [+] (10 replies)
This gives me a chance to say something I've been thinking about ^^ So we know how the order of genesis goes right? Light came first then land and what not - well the very last thing that was created was human beings right? Well think about the gap between light and land, it must've been at least a few million/billion years (in other words the Big Bang and the formation of Earth as just a clump of rock) but it is regarded in the bible as the 1st and second day. Okay (this is going somewhere) so we know that the last thing created was humans, on the sixth day - science tells us the homo sapiens appeared roughly 2 million years ago. So this got me thinking, what if the seventh day (God resting) is the time we live in now? The gap inbetween light and formation of earth is a few billion years and homo sapiens coming to light is only 2 million, so what if the 7th day, god resting, is what we live in now and why we don't see massive things miraculously happening.

It's just something I was thinking about, it's okay if you went tl;dr - just have a nice day whoever you are ^
^
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