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Is the idea of a "god" inherent in our minds? posted 15 May 2007 in Philosophy DiscussionIs the idea of a "god" inherent in our minds? by avatar_of_existence, Peralogue

We don't put faith into science! Science demands proof. Faith requires a total lack of proof. That is the definition of faith. So my faith starts where science stops. It doesn't replace it.


Nietzche said "Science is the myth of cause and effect." He also said "There is no such thing as facts, there are only opinions."

Science, while it prides itself on it's objectivity, is still a human endeavor.

Science does seem to me to be a product of a percieved reality.

Andre Breton said "To Imagine is to See".

Personally I do believe in the spirit as a personal entity and I think we are coming into an age where mythology has reached a very personal level, at least I feel that way about the people I share my life with. There has been a great lack of romance and mythology recently, but it is returning. People are finding peace in questions with no answers. view post


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