Scientist vs. Religious person

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A scientist will read dozens of books in his or her lifetime, but still believe there is a lot more to learn. A religious person barely reads one book, and think they know it all.

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4 Responses to Scientist vs. Religious person

  1. thesumidaway says:

    It’s actually 66 books … not that I really care that much, but just sayin’ … I guess it depends on who you talk to on that one, though because there are other books that were read around Jesus’ day but never made it into the official “Bible”. I guess that’s a topic for another post.

  2. Tim says:

    I have a masters degree, am a Christian and a creationist. It requires reading a TON of books. There are tons of PhD Christians. This post makes no sense. Just because you read books doesn’t mean you have to be a blind follower.

  3. There is no difference between the religious person and the scientist.

    After all, Galileo and Isaac Newton were both religious and men of science.

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