Re: Opinions on Christianity
@Fresh--I never said that, though. I still believe in something, even though I can't prove it explicitly using scientific means. Doesn't mean I don't think he's there though. I just think he transcends comprehension and phsyical laws.
@Mibs--Well, there should be some doubt in some things, because they are not fully proven. There's still exceptions to the rules, keeping them from being fact. The Earth revolving around the Sun is fact, because we do in fact travel around the sun invariably. However, the Big Bang (among other comsological theories) and somesuch are not explicitly, invariably proven. We have a general idea, but we still should have doubts that we may, in fact, be wrong.
Last edited by Trey; 07-25-2008 at 07:53 PM.