Unformatted text preview: worse argument even stronger by doing their studies. If someone studies the sky and earth, that doesn't automatically mean that they are wrong or that they don't believe in the God(s). The argument from the text doesn't seem to make much sense because the premises are just assumptions about how someone is based on their actions or behavior. There are many people in the scientific field who do believe in God. Scientific studies and God can be combined to form one viewpoint, which represents the different sides/characteristics of a person and also the different influences of the world around them. People do not have to choose one over the other. Many scientific studies have been proven to be true and do not discount God as being non-existent. So overall, if a person studies a science they may also believe in a God....
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course PHIL 115 taught by Professor Stoltz during the Fall '07 term at St. Thomas.
- Fall '07