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16-10-2011, 06:59 PM
RE: Age
(14-10-2011 05:20 AM)FSM_scot Wrote:  Theo What about the scientists that believe in god? But still see processes as being natural even if they contradict the biblical account as they have tested and observed evidence?.
If they as you say are biased due to their starting views, wouldn't they see it as proof that the biblical account was right?

I can see what you're saying but your argument is full of holes and is only right if they set out with an agenda.

The few scientists who believe in god are deist, and not theists. And the ones who are theists have created two completely separate conceptions of reality in their mind. One with science, and the other with religion.

Actually, most religious people do the same thing, not just scientists. Which is the reason you continually see religious beliefs evolve over time. The limit on how much conflicting information between the two world views varies from person to person. But, eventually these people are forced to change their beliefs to coincide with their natural beliefs.

Intelligent design is a good example of the evolution of religion due to conflicting realities.
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