Do you believe in God or Science?

Posted by: Byzcat

Which one? If both then comment below

  • God

  • Science

36% 14 votes
64% 25 votes
  • 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.

    Posted by: SegBeg
  • 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.

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PetersSmith says2015-04-13T16:13:19.1208260-05:00
Biased poll.
scots says2015-04-13T16:13:37.4837053-05:00
Who says you can't believe in both?
Episteme says2015-04-13T16:24:09.1429021-05:00
Scots - Agreed. Many influential scientists had strong beliefs in God. Galileo was Christian. Albert Einstein believed in a 'pantheistic' god. At one point, Darwin even wanted to become a clergyman. A trust in science and the belief in god are not incompatible. There could eventually be scientific evidence proving that god exists. I suppose we'll have to see.
Stefy says2015-04-13T16:28:20.7486569-05:00
I believe in both. I very strongly support science and im a theist.
scots says2015-04-13T16:29:18.5348377-05:00
"Faith is not a leap in the dark; it"s the exact opposite. It"s a commitment based on evidence" It is irrational to reduce all faith to blind faith and then subject it to ridicule. That provides a very anti-intellectual and convenient way of avoiding intelligent discussion." - John C. Lennox
scots says2015-04-13T16:30:09.6467486-05:00
Professor Lennox is a scientist and Mathematician at the university of Oxford and he is also a theist
TBR says2015-04-13T17:24:07.2844029-05:00
The poll has its problems... He did say "if you believe in both..."
Texas14 says2015-04-13T18:25:23.0645929-05:00
Science is fact. God is faith. They're not exclusive.
Roodvlees says2015-04-14T08:27:05.1613617-05:00
Neither. Science requires no belief. I have opinions and find the scientific method the most useful one to find out reality.
Prateek666 says2015-04-14T13:35:47.9649539-05:00
What u see and understand is science and what u doesn't or are just ignorant that's god i think
An-annoying-American says2015-04-16T07:07:51.1217354-05:00
This is conflicting you need religion and seciens to work together this poll dosent let you choose the smart third option

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