Did you not read any of my previous posts on the subject? I'm guessing no, and that reading comprehension is not your cup of tea.
Allow me to reiterate:
1) Science and evolution exist. So why shouldn't I use the manner in which the world is observed to explain my own personal belief system?
2) Never tried to prove anything. Even if I did believe in the Christian model I wouldn't want any of you fucktards mucking about in heaven with me. All I did was give some reasons why I believe life is too complicated for science to be the end all be all in regards to the creation of human existence.
3) That specific response was aimed at dagriblarghasomething because he's been a fucking twat the entire thread.
4) Believe what you want, but I already stated almost everything you wrote in this pointless post earlier in the thread.
1) because it doesn't explain your own personal belief system, since it is not falsifiable and so cannot be part of a scientific theory.
2) giving reasons that you claim are based on logic/observation of nature is tantamount to attempting a scientific proof, also just because we don't understand something yet doesn't mean we never will, which is why I don't like people to invoke the "god of the gaps".
3) agreed, i guess, but
4) i've pointed out why your arguments are wrong; as nothing said in this discussion is likely to make anyone change their mind, i suppose my post was for the benefit of anyone who didn't already have an opinion and could be fooled by your pseudo-science. i've tried to be polite to you and respect your beliefs while telling you why you can't (logically) argue in the way that you have attempted to. Its a shame you can't seem to show respect to people whose beliefs differ from your own.
Sarchi wrote:I do agree that it is unscientific to argue that God does not exist, just as it is unscientific to argue that God does exist. Philosophy and religion do not have a place in science; science never tries to seek the "truth." Science is an objective way for humanity to learn about natural phenomena.
+1, except that I think science does seek the truth, just a different kind than religion/philosophy.