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Why would that be a bad thing? Makes no sense to me.

Posted by nm on August 10, 2010 at 18:47:04:

In Reply to: It is a bad thing to see what is before their eyes, because that doesn't posted by require faith. on August 10, 2010 at 17:27:30:

: : This is somewhat inflammatory, but that's all right- we can douse the flames if it gets too hot, LOL.

: : I thought you might be one of several posters who might answer a question or two-- Down below we were talking about how one relates, in your case, to God--
: : Which caused my meandering mind to wander over to a comment Anne Rice had made about Christians and their disregard/disbelief of science--I've seen that ramped up to a 'fear' level in others.

: : What is it that causes a Christian, someone who believes in the Bible, to disregard and attempt to refute scientific evidence that is able to be proven and documented.

: : Why do you think there are so many fundamentalist Bible believers so typically:
: :
: : 1. Anti-science
: : 2. Anti-environmentalist
: : 3. Anti-ecumenical
: : 4. Anti-democrat/liberal

: : I'm actually going somewhere with this and thought I'd run it by here to see what you and possibly others would have to share.

: : What I'm seeing is that so many of the fundamentalist/Christian persuasion refuse to open their eyes or broaden their perspective to include irrefutable absolutes, as though it is a bad thing to believe in what is before their very eyes...

: : ....in my somewhat argumentative opinion, lol.

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