The next time you interview a scientist who is also a believer, I wish you would ask this question: As a scientist, presumably, you think rigorously, and demand evidence before accepting some claim as true. How come, then, you require NO evidence for your belief in God and the things of traditional religion (soul, afterlife, etc)? This is especially relevant for Catholic scientists, given Catholicism's (?in-?)famous idea, "credo absurdum est"--"I believe BECAUSE it is absurd." Thank you.
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