bullrider Wrote:
Dec 16, 2012 11:21 AM
I have no problem with much of that; however 'scientific reasoning' is based on the current state of science, which every ten or twenty years we discard a significant amount of what we THOUGHT we 'knew'. I am a Christian, or perhaps a 'scientific Christian'. When people scoff at the idea of a superior intelligence being behind our existence, and then claim we - everything from cold viruses to a giant sequoia to a dog - all sprang from some acids on an asteroid once, I say... "Sure....". Is it not more 'scientific' just to say you don't know for sure, than to feel you have to take one position or the other?