Yeah.re-posting a famous quote:
Belief in evolution makes atheists of people. One can have a religious view that is compatible with evolution only if that religious view is indistinguishable from atheism."
William Provine, Professor at Cornell University
Thank you Mr. Provine for expressing your thoughts, and we agree with them.
Belief in Evolution = Understanding Natural World
Understanding Natural World = Grasping Reality
Grasping Reality = Atheism
I can see that.
You really demonstrate the depth of human gullibility when you embrace the fruits of a scientific/technological civilization, handed to you on a silver platter by the scarred and calloused hand of Science and then reject and mock some of her most basic, well established tenets. It makes you appear as children, scampering and tittering through life, never really growing up. I mean, what's up with that? You've got to respect the Amish, who see the hypocrisy in modern religion and try to reject the "evils" of technology.
Let's see ... science has given you your home, your health, your clothes, your transportation, your comforts, your food, your security ... if science were a god, particularly one as petty as the one you worship, you'd be bob'n for turds in a cesspool in the deepest recesses of hell right now.
Lucky for all of us, Science is not a God that created us to be worshiped, but rather a tool we created to observe and understand the world we live in. It works really well.
Reminds me of a couple old sayings ...
"You can lead a Godbot to Reason, but you can't make them drink!"
"If you took a stroll through the Waters of Knowledge in most Godbots minds, you'd scarcely get your feet wet".