I believe in evolution, and the big bang, and such. But I also believe in God.
I "believe" in GOD, because science isn't about "believing." And yes, I think evolution and the Big Bang theory are valid theories.
question is biased. one can believe in both. (Although theories (both theist and atheist) should not be taught as fact in schools)
They are compatible, therefore, I have chosen God. Science and religion are capable of coexisting, so this poll really doesn't accurately portray the issue.
Hello? God created science
To be honest I believe in both. There is evidence for both.
This poll is a false dichotomy, however I don't believe in "God" (I assume you mean the god of The Bible) and believe that the scientific method is efficient so I chose science.
You can believe in both but.....God....really? I would rather have science.
DOWN WITH GOD! No offence, but religion, I think, is superstition.
I guess, if one utilizes doublethink to a sufficient degree, one can believe in both, but I am an atheist and I consider science to validate my belief (or lack therof).
i like neither but choosing this was logical
I am an atheist, but I choose science only because their is more facts, observations, and theories to back it up. Science has mountains piled high with facts. And I am not one to judge the bible or anything but the bible is just a book with information in it. There are some facts about it but not that many.
To believe in any religion is just a pretext to don´t think. We don´t know most of the things and we should just to accept that instead of blame any mysterious God which seems to be something similar to what Santa Claus is for children but for adults.
Everyone else commenting pretty much shares my veiws
I would hate God if he did exist and never did anything to help humanity
Proof, nuff said.