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[Blogs] Godless Science: Modern Science is Secular, Godless, Based On Naturalism

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Godless Science: Modern Science is Secular, Godless, Based On Naturalism A primary target of the Christian Right in America is secular, godless science. Modern science relies on methodological naturalism, which means that it doesn



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If it were not for Godless science, those afflicted with religious beliefs would not be able to troll the Internet, looking for instances of reality to deny.



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They should be more appreciative.  Science is not about trying to prove or disprove the existence of gods or the supernatural.  Were we to use an evidence and logic based approach towards beings such as deities, most mainstream religions, including Christianity, would be disproven instantly.  For instance, an omnimax God is logically impossible.  On the other hand, a limited and fallible God, who set things in motion just to see what would happen, is a lot more probable.  There are also those little details such as how inefficient most biochemical processes are, or just how much of the Earth (and the universe) is inhospitable to live.  Clearly God is retarded.

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There was a time that God and science walked hand in hand. I think they called it the dark ages. :snork_lach:

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