Why are we constantly told ‘Science’ and ‘Faith’ cannot co-exist? Even as people put ‘co-exist’ stickers on their cars telling us, ‘Christianity’ must co-exist with all the other Religions.
I just wrote about Scientists who believe in God, and in this case, they believed in Jesus Christ as God.
It is ironic to me that so many people on the Internet, and in the blogosphere, are anti Jesus.
Oh, yes, they claim they are anti-God, all ‘gods,’ but they only attack Christians.
At least Dawkins is famously not prejudiced, he attacks all Religions. Almost equally.
I kinda have a warm feeling about Dawkins, he is kinda the grumpy old grandfather of your best friend. You know the kind, you go over for cookies out of the oven with milk, and maybe a shot of bourbon. And you listen to his old war stories in return for the cookies. Then as his wife leaves the room, he starts getting a little wilder in his stories.
And you realize without his wife, he might be unstable. She is the stabilizing force.
That is the way it is with Dawkins and Christianity, without his childhood influenced by Christianity and nobel virtues, I think Dawkins might be a little unstable.
But, apart from Dawkins, few of the other ‘scientists’ advocating scientism are ever friendly, in fact they are down right prejudiced and usually angry.
So, if God does not exist, why would you ‘hate’ him?
Why do so many ‘scientists’ hate the invisible God?
Can you hate the ether of space? Can you hate the God particle? Can you hate nothingness?
Can you hate nothing?