Originally posted by avalanchethecat
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Or, to put it somewhat more rationally, I disagree with your provocative proposition sir, would you care to elaborate?
would you care to elaborate- Avalanchdaputtycat
i was afraid of that! but since you asked,
(Romans 1:20) For his invisible qualities are clearly seen from the world’s creation onward, because they are perceived by the things made, even his eternal power and Godship. . .
thus when we make an examination of the physical world through observation (scientific method), we can draw inferences about the creator. We see that there is harmony and interdependence, a type of justice, beauty, creatures with inherent wisdom etc etc Thus our religious beliefs are corroborated by what we perceive in the natural world as a reflection of the one who created them.
As for science being a religion, it is true that many have put faith in it to solve many of the worlds problems, with the advance of, for example medical science and nano technology, things never before dreamt of are now possible. We hear and read of 'the miracles of science', or, 'the miracle of technology', and it has supplanted and receives a kind of reverence and awe formerly given to the creator. Is it not the case?