...then don't you think there would be no conflict between science and religion? Wouldn't there just not even BE religion, because the two terms would be interchangeable?
If the bible, for example, were true (not picking on Christians, but using it as an example because I know the stories in it). If it really was dictated by God fully (assuming there is a God), then science would be stumbling upon answers that are in the bible when they do experiments instead of answers that contradict it...right? Science looks for explanations to things. If the bible explanations were true, wouldn't science prove that? They would be carbon-dating fish fossils found on land and finding that they match up to the time of Noah's flood instead of millions of years ago, right? But they're not. So how do you explain this? Are all scientists part of a conspiracy? cont....
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Answer by misses_nick at 1:00 PM on Jun. 7, 2009
I love your question. But I might write too much in response (bear with me or skip over my replies, lol). Okay first I don't assume that scientists are wrong, they are very smart, and they know a lot more than I do. But at the same time they don't agree with each other. And there are many many many very very very smart scientists that are professors at major universities that do not believe in evolution either. Have you ever checked out the Dissent from Darwin list?
MCC, you do realize that it would take an essay to answer this question, right? : )
I will continue . . .
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