religion or science

United States
December 16, 2006 6:56pm CST
which do you believe? and why? i believe in science. it can be proven, and is more believable.
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9 responses
• United States
17 Dec 06
I think science is a part of God's plan. That's why he gave us brains.
• United States
17 Dec 06
that is an interesting way of thinking about it.
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@onesiobhan (1330)
• Canada
17 Dec 06
I don't see any reason why I can't beleive in both. My religious beliefs are not incongruent with science.
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• United States
17 Dec 06
right on. no one says you cant believe in both. i found found that most religious people dont believe in alot of the scientific theories and explanations.
@kannan86 (208)
• India
17 Dec 06
science only but i respect my religion.
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@Citra1881 (528)
• Indonesia
17 Jan 07
i think, one should help each other.
• Indonesia
17 Jan 07
yes! when human being understand this, i believe that world will be a beter place.. definetely.
@andilla (137)
• Sweden
15 Jan 07
What is the point in having to make a choice between them? I have seen some religious teachings that were way more logical than scientific explanations of the same subject... Despite of that about science, one would expect that it's at least logical, and a common belief is that in religions, one only has to believe. For me, science and religion is only as good as they make sense, as they are understandable. I am religious, but I don't let myself be convinced about things that sound stupid... And, what is it, when one religiously believes only in SCIENCE?
@SparkyG (357)
• United States
29 Dec 06
Science. I need the proof that scinece offers. I can't belive in some aspects of religion. A lot of it doesn't make sense to me because there is no proof so I can't understand or belive in it.
@vikceo (1301)
• India
18 Dec 06
science
@canadabis1 (1955)
• Canada
18 Dec 06
Science...I'm likely to believe in Darwin theory of evolution that adam and eve.
@Darkwing (21588)
17 Dec 06
I think science because everything is founded on fact. Where religion is concerned, nothing is proven because the writings have come down through time, been interpreted and reinterpreted and who's to say that any facts that were written, didn't get lost in the translation? It certainly makes me think twice.