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Also about religion and faith+253If you say that you would believe in God only if there was proof he existed, then you're missing the point of faith. The whole point of religion is to believe even when there isn't foolproof evidence. That's why it's called FAITH, amirite?
Also about understand and science+250Science people: One of the hardest things for you to understand is how other people can not be interested in science. How they can go through life just not knowing or even not wanting to know how everything works. You don't understand how someone can just not be absolutely fascinated with the enormity of the universe that is made entirely from inconceivably small partcles. It's all to great to not want to think about, amirite?
Also about religion, science, and faith+238Science and religion have been criticized for many years. In all honesty, you can't a hundred percent prove which topic is true and which one is false because both sides involve faith for their beliefs to be true. amirite?
Also by Essem+218When smiling at strangers, there's a fine line between 'friendly' and 'rapist', amirite?
Also by Essem+222If you don't understand the underlying principles, science can require just as much faith as religion, amirite?
Also about understand, religion, and science+171Science was made to help understand the world that surrounds us. Religion, whether you personally subscribe to it or not, was made to give us some meaning to the world. Despite much tension between the two their seems to be a misconception that one is more suitable than another. Simply put while you may not believe in both you can't say one is more fitting than another because they both fulfill their own unique roles, amirite?
Also about religion, science, and faith+186Even aside from religion, people must have some sort of faith, whether that be faith in science, in the five senses, in the reliability of the human memory, or faith in history and the truth of what other people tell us, amirite?
Also about religion+612America officially recodnized Scientology as a religion a few months ago. But Germany denied Scientology religion status, saying it more closely resembled a cult. Because if anyone is capable of recodnizing a movement of power-hungry people with an insane ideology and stopping it before it gets out of hand, it's the Germans, amirite?