Monday, May 23, 2005

Why do scientists believe?

I have continued to read the essays in the book Science and Religion and can not help but wonder exactly why scientists have a need to associate their beliefs and their work. A scientist that would never accept a statement "this exists" from a colleague without evidence, quickly states God exists with nothing more than a nod and a wink (minus the wink).

I will accept any evidence - direct - that God exists. For creationists to suggest that the "evidence is all around us" is no more than paganism. It is the equivalent of a bunch of Neanderthals, hooting and shouting at the rising moon.


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