religion vs logic, can they work together?

@soadnot (1606)
Canada
January 16, 2007 6:25pm CST
I believe that if you are a truly educated person, you don't have any faith in religion. Although this may be controversial, I want to know who agrees with me. Also, are you a person that does believe in religion but still disagrees with me? Why is that?
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• Canada
1 Feb 07
no they cant, logic concludes that religion is bs
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@Citra1881 (528)
• Indonesia
17 Jan 07
i think both of them could work together.. i cannot understand why you think taht religion is illogical!
@soadnot (1606)
• Canada
18 Jan 07
rel is illogical.. look at the facts, resurection of jesus, mithra, virgin mother, some writings in the koran, the old testemnt, why is there even an old testiment etc.
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• Indonesia
27 Jan 07
illogical? who have the absolut logic and illogic???
@wmg2006 (5386)
• United States
18 Jan 07
I am a very well educated person and I believe in the Bible, God, Jesus, faith. Religion is different from Christianity or faith. Religion is the type of faith you have, like Baptist, Muslim, Methodist, etc. Faith is the worship of God and Jesus. The Bible is written for everyone to interpret in their own way. It is not a literal work, it applies to all generations and all people. So I disagree with your idea that educated people can not have faith.
@soadnot (1606)
• Canada
18 Jan 07
Actually, you can have "faith" in anything, a pencil, a person doing well in school or getting a promo, faith = belief. You can have faith in religion. So now, i doubt that you are "educated"
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