A flaw in science isn’t a point for religion

Do you know what my favourite thing is about Nye’s argument? He doesn’t have to have one!

That’s right. He can say during a debate with full confidence that he doesn’t know all the answers. The expecting audience can take it or leave it. 

And that is life. It isn’t always how we want it. We do not always get our way and sometimes we have to work extremely hard for life to swing in our favour. This is why I feel Ham has a following. There are those out there that want the satisfaction of an answer, even if that answer is riddled with more questions. Would you rather be the one to admit you don’t know everything, or be satisfied lying to yourself so you can claim to know everything?

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