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As a Christian, I only want to say that science leans in the favor of a Creator. Science means knowledge and who has more than GOD. Though Atheist have attempted to use science to explain their beliefs, we don't throw out science, we observe science, their beliefs, and ours and toss what is useless. Use what is useful. Stick to what is accurate. Science will forever run from Atheistic beliefs and toward God to who scientic laws belong. It is obvious that there is no greater scientist than GOD.

firmfooted1, YouTube 33 Comments [11/12/2008 4:46:59 PM]
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The L

...I don't even know where to begin with this one.

11/12/2008 4:50:06 PM

Paschal Wagner

We don't throw out science, except when it says that insects have six legs and ridiculous stuff like that.

11/12/2008 4:55:45 PM

CaseAgainstFaith

So much fail in such a short paragraph.

11/12/2008 4:56:05 PM

Mortok

You don't HAVE any science to throw out in the first place.

11/12/2008 4:57:45 PM

Malkavian Jeff


11/12/2008 5:03:50 PM

Doctor Whom

As a polytheist, I only want to say that science leans in the favor of multiple Creators. Science means knowledge and who has more than the GODS all put together.

11/12/2008 5:03:58 PM

Pyroclasm

I'm sorry, but your CHA is too low for that bluff to pass. If you had a higher INT stat, maybe you would understand why you can't just assert things without evidence to back them up.

11/12/2008 5:04:24 PM

David B.

"Science will forever run from Atheistic beliefs and toward God to who scientic laws belong."

Yet many things that were once "God's will" or "God's work" are now known to have natural causes.

To say "God did this!" then, when shown the scientific explanation, to say "God made science work that way", is just the "god of the gaps" argument on speed.

The natural laws work as explanations of the universe whether there is a god or not. Science makes God largely unnecessary to the extent that it is reasonable to imagine that no god was involved.

"we don't throw out science, we observe science, their beliefs, and ours and toss what is useless."

In other words you are happy to take for yourself the benefits of science while denying the effort that gave you those benefits.

I'm not really surprised, judging by the works you ascribe to him, God seems to be quite fond of parasites.

11/12/2008 5:07:52 PM

BuffeickVonHellbags

"Science will forever run from Atheistic beliefs and toward God to who scientic laws belong."

science doesn't have legs, besides, science is not there to explain the existence of a god one way or another, the main purpose of all the sciences is to explain the natural world....you twit.

11/12/2008 5:14:43 PM

a mind far far away

If "As a Christian", then "I only want to say that science leans in the favor of a Creator". In reality, however, this is clearly not the case. "Though Atheist have attempted to use science to explain their beliefs" Atheists dont't have beliefs, we have logic and rationality. "we don't throw out science" Yes you do. "we observe science" Isn't it pretty? "their beliefs" What beliefs? "and ours and toss what is useless" In other words, we get rid of everything that doestn't agree with the bible, whether it's real or not. "Use what is useful" Use what agrees with our dogma. "Stick to what is accurate" Stick to what is in the bible. "It is obvious that there is no greater scientist than GOD." What a lousy scientist. No wonder you people are trying to stay in the dark ages.

11/12/2008 5:23:29 PM

SteelyDanorak

No, you don't want to say this as a Christian. You want to say this as an idiot.

As a Christian I find science fascinating. It neither proves nor disproves the existence of God, supposing that to be the question. It explains how the world works and provides a plausible story of how it came to be the way it is. Religion can't do this and shouldn't try.

If "there is no greater scientist than GOD", which is a point of view although I wouldn't put it like that, then God delights in all the enlightenment and technological advances that science has brought, even if he is less than delighted with some of the uses to which they have been put. If science undermines traditional belief, so much the worse for traditional belief, but if it's GOOD science we can only welcome it. There is of course plenty of bad science around, as supplied for example by Answers in Genesis and the creationist asylum generally.

Is English your first language, by the way? I've tried counting the grammatical errors and run out of fingers.

11/12/2008 5:37:33 PM

Berny

I find it makes more sense to throw out unsubstantiated, or outright false, religious claims, like many in the Christian Bible, and stick to the verifiable.
Anything else is borderline insanity.

11/12/2008 5:38:06 PM

Bored One-time Poster

If God is so great at science, why does he keep breaking his own laws?

11/12/2008 5:57:02 PM

Mister Spak

"Science means knowledge and who has more than GOD. "

Since god is imaginary, probably nearly everybody. firmfooted1 might be an exception.

11/12/2008 6:03:43 PM

Grigadil

Hey shitheaded1, your idiot god can't even get the sequence of events correct.

Nor can he communicate an unambiguous message in good English.

11/12/2008 6:03:46 PM

Allegory for Jesus

"Science means knowledge and who has more than GOD"

Anything that actually exists.

11/12/2008 6:11:31 PM

John

God may be a great scientist. But what does that have to do with a book written by a bunch of bronze age Arab goat herders about talking snakes and making women out of ribs?

11/12/2008 6:12:41 PM



As a Christian, I only want to say that science leans in the favor of a Creator.

So as a Christian, you'll be biased towards only the 'evidence' for your sky-daddy, and use illogical arguments to reject anything that threatens your laughable 'holy' text. Nothing new from a fundie.

Science means knowledge and who has more than GOD.

'GOD' doesn't exist. Very difficult for a non-existent being to have knowledge.

Though Atheist have attempted to use science to explain their beliefs, we don't throw out science, we observe science, their beliefs, and ours and toss what is useless. Use what is useful. Stick to what is accurate.

I'm sorry, first you say you don't 'throw out science', then you say you 'toss what is useless'. Double standards, anyone? Evidence is not ignored just because it threatens your pathetic religious views. That's how REAL science works. You'd learn about it if you actually went to school.

Science will forever run from Atheistic beliefs and toward God to who scientic laws belong. It is obvious that there is no greater scientist than GOD.

I'm sure that I and scientists everywhere want to hurl beakers of acid at until your carcass dissolves into mush. This is honestly just too much stupidity to take.

11/12/2008 6:26:33 PM

aaa

Copypasta?

11/12/2008 6:46:41 PM

anevilmeme

"As a Christian, I only want to say that science leans in the favor of a Creator."

Yes, you'd like to be able to say that, all the evidence indicates otherwise.

11/12/2008 7:31:55 PM

Old Viking

Humans do the hard work, God gets the credit.

11/12/2008 8:08:31 PM

Captain Obvious

Then get the hell of that computer!! It wasn't mentioned in the Bible and thus is an atheistic device!! Run before it infects you with rationality!!

11/12/2008 8:36:06 PM

Not_You

I watched Planet of the Apes last night. You sound like that one old white ape babbling about his lawgiver and claiming that anything inconvenient is heresy.

11/12/2008 9:33:54 PM

El Guapo

"It is obvious that there is no greater scientist than GOD."

Is it? He doesn't appear to have ANY peer-reviewed publications, doesn't land grant money, doesn't train students, and as far as I know, hasn't discovered anything. God would fail tenure review in most science departments*.

(*He might be OK at Lehigh)

11/12/2008 9:57:17 PM



"Toss out what is useless"?

Yeah. Cos that's objective.

11/12/2008 10:50:49 PM
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