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|Quote (Kris @ Jan. 25 2011,17:55)|
Here, let me give you some hints: Religious beliefs are popular. More popular than science. Most people believe in a God-like creator. Religions are better marketers than science.
So your argument runs roughly thus:
1) "Religious beliefs are popular. More popular than science. Most people believe in a God-like creator.
2) "Religions are better marketers than science."
So it's a binary choice is it? Science or religion? Evidence needed. Religion is more popular than science? How? Where? In what way? Are they even competing for the same turf? Explain, evidence and elaboration very much needed. This all somehow means that religion is doing something right and science is doing something wrong in terms of marketing? Citation, evidence and elaboration needed quite badly indeed.
I think you might be a little confused, Kris. Elaborate, explain your position. Hint: this is not the same as continually asserting it without basis.