Re: Are science and religion compatible?

The same way that a meateater and a lamb can lie down together,logic[science] allways waiting and analysing for ways that science can subvert that of god ,into ITS latest theory

....Science will allways be looking for theories [reasons] to devour the lamb, science is the study of the seen [belief and study of the flesh ...[religion about that we can realise that is yet greater  than the flesh self]..

Science has not even made its own cell membrane [nor evolved ANYTHING] yet dares to speculate that chance and other natural selections evolved life [they themselves are unable to achieve it with their sci-trance,yet in the meantime are DARING to speculate upon a flawed theory ,according gods great creations to a non named and non egsistant 'first' evil-looney-tune [eve-olution]

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