POLL: “Does Science Make Belief In God Obsolete?”

Inspired by a post from the blog Homebrewed Theology–found here–my Twitter friend Christian Salafia references the website for the John Templeton Foundation and an essay series entitled “Big Question.”  Feel free to follow the link above to find the relevant information, but not before voting in the Notes From The Pastor’s Office first ever poll.  It is highly unscientific–the irony of which does not escape me–but it gives my readers a chance to weigh in on this old-but-still influential hot button issue.

Submit your vote!

 

One comment on “POLL: “Does Science Make Belief In God Obsolete?”

  1. Adam Benton
    January 17, 2012 at 1:02 PM #

    It depends on whether one takes their reason for belief from using God as an explanation. Showing why the sky is blue refutes the claim God exists because he made the sky blue. One could still believe for other, less physical reasons. But at that point God becomes obsolete. Not wrong or unjustified, just not needed.

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