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Originally posted by Daedelus
I have been watching several threads about religion and gods. I have been raised in the christian faith, but i have allways been allowed to make my own choises regarding religion and politics. After carefull consideration of all the facts i decided to put my faith in science. I am not an atheist as described here on the board. So my question is to you; as a rational being raised as a christian but with free will, what is your explanation to why i do not believe in god? (not that i am sorry i dont:-))
"Jesus said, "If your leaders say to you, 'Look, the (Father's) kingdom is in the sky,' then the birds of the sky will precede you. If they say to you, 'It is in the sea,' then the fish will precede you. Rather, the kingdom is within you and it is outside you.
Originally posted by angel539
reply to post by Daedelus
I keep hearing about those who study science don't believe in God when they are in fact studying God's work! This blows my mind. I have to ask those people what is behind the truths of science? You may say "I don't know" but I tell you it is God. ALL things are God inspired and created. Human minds can't grasp how someone can be the reason for everything but God is not a human being with human limitations and the more you try and fathom that you will better understand that he can do and make anything and everything. He created all the formulas in science to make what they make up. Nothing just happens to "be" from nothing and for no reason!
Originally posted by evolutionz
The problem with this is science was considered to be evil or against god.