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Tuesday, April 17, 2012


Christina Ortega COM101-4049 said...

i swear i was just having this type of conversation the other day. ive recently starting going to church with my boyfriend and when he is trying to tell me "the truth" i sometimes come back with a "Thats what you believe" sometimes when i have a point to explain i state "What about the science from fossils" this picture puts it perfectly... faith is the denial of observation!!!

Anonymous said...

I have never thought of my faith in that way. However i do not belive we just appeared out of no where so i must belive there was a higher order someone or something forms our bones, heart, creates blood that is to complex to be by accident.

sara phoenix

Anonymous said...

Probably just my own personal feeling, but I've always had a problem understanding faith. Not functionally, but just how can you believe.

Guess it's the over arching thought of we have to be here for a reason, and so someone else must know that reason for it.

Ryan Clift
Com 101-4049

Anonymous said...

Maybe faith is the use of observation in a different way than science. Many scientist are very religious because they are scientist. I understand the picture to stimulate thought and show how society is rejecting global warming and other scientific realities based on religious faith, but didn't God present us with the reality of our world on purpose and ask us to be is caretakers? Only big business can deny we are destroying the world God gave us and science is the tool we have to save it.

Anonymous said...

I like this for two reasons. One because science is my major and I believe in it since it can be tested. Two because faith and religion are one of my favorite things to debate. I learned in my philosophy class that some people turn to religion because of the psychological support it can provide.

Rebecca Johnson 4049

Anonymous said...

Madison Harper com 101 4044
This is 100% true. Science teaches you to investigate other possibilities on how our world is created, Faith kills those who have theories that are different than what the bible says.

Anonymous said...

So true. I am not a religious person and like to base what i believe in on fact.

Chris Wynn 4044