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Science, Religion, and Pantheism

Anti-Christians have said that there is a war between science and religion, but these types of people are not exactly skilled at deep thinking. Science and religion are on good terms but secularists pretend that they are at odds. Logic, science, and more have been (and still are) used by Christians to advance science.

We see origins, a historical science, at odds with biblical Christianity. It is not because one side has better facts. Instead, it is a question of people interpreting facts according to their worldviews. One side honors God the Creator and Redeemer, the other side is essentially pagan.

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Paganism is not a single religion, and has many facets. A pagan can be a witch in a coven, a New Age crystal enthusiast, or someone who has a vague "spirituality." I reckon many people are pagans and don't even realize it.

Professing atheists claim that they do not have a religion because they do not worship a deity. Such a claim helps reveal their disingenuous nature. The reason is that they simply take the first definition of religion in a dictionary, say it doesn't apply, and ignore the others that decidedly do apply. In addition, evolution is an ancient pagan idea that was made respectable to Victorian minds by Charles Darwin, and it is foundational to atheism. Secularists are not theists, but are also essentially pagans.
In an interview with Diane Sawyer of ABC News in 2010, famous cosmologist Stephen Hawking stated, “There is a fundamental difference between religion, which is based on authority, and science, which is based on observation and reason. Science will win, because it works.”

Similarly claiming to be nonreligious, secularists imply that they are objective, scientific, unbiased pursuers of truth, relying on reason rather than on myth or arbitrary religious authority.

To learn what's going on, see "Science Versus Religion or Pantheism Versus Christianity?"