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#217 - ieatbengay (09/18/2014) [-]
i think it's pretty stupid for a scientist to follow one of the modern religions 100% and have no problems with it. it's ok to believe there was a god, or an afterlife or someone watching over us, but going along with all the stories and metaphors as if they actually happened, knowing that there is no evidence or theories to show how it's possible is retarded. especially for someone interested in a subject that revolves around evidence, hypothesis and testing
#303 - adu (09/18/2014) [-]
And people should stop doing that. It's one of the problems of being a science-supporting evolution-believing Christian apologist. You sometimes get lumped together with the arguments of the fundamentalists and biblical literalists, who will swear up and down that the Earth is no more than 10,000 years old...
#190 - nigeltheoutlaw (09/18/2014) [-]
Science and ridiculous magic like creating matter out of nothing and transmutation, resurrection, world's on turtle's backs, etc are all definitely exclusive. The only things not exclusive to science and religion are the scientifically unfalsifiable (right now at least) claims such as the existence of god(s) or extra-dimensional planes of existence or resurrection. This comment just shows that you either A) don't know much about world religions, or B) don't know much about science. Either way it's fucking retarded
inb4 retarded fedora may may for pointing out the obvious.
#152 - CIS White Male (09/18/2014) [-]
I attempt to answer this as an atheist.
One of my best friends is both a Christian and a scientist, and is often asked this question - "How can you be religious and a scientist?". Personally, I can completely believe that a man named Jesus existed and spread messages of peace etc. wherever he went. Can I believe he was capable of curing leprosy etc. with a touch? As a scientist, of course not!
Many people would simply say I lack faith, but I believe that without evidence I should not be *expected* to blindly believe anything.
However, it's important to recognise that this is *not* "being a good scientist". A scientist, far more importantly, should be able to change their beliefs to adapt to new evidence. The problem is that in religion faith is far more important than evidence!
If solid evidence that all religion was wrong appeared then I would expect religious scientists to discard (or at least adapt) their beliefs. That doesn't mean they're wrong to hold those beliefs.
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