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GUEST,Musket BS: I Love this Idea (257* d) RE: BS: I Love this Idea 17 Mar 16

"Please tell us what evidence you have for religion, as I have none."

See? I told you this religion lark was perhaps too complicated for you. Here's a few bits of evidence you can see easily;

Go on B&Q website and look for opening hours. Notice that Sundays have fewer hours? Closed on Christmas Day? That's evidence of religion, that is.

Now get off your armchair and look out of the window. Can you see any spires or towers? Ok, turn round so you are looking out of the window. That's better. See any? Binoculars may help? Ok, that's better. That's evidence of religion, that is.

Now become a volunteer at a semi secure unit and spend time talking to patients about their backgrounds and where the abuse started. Make two lists, one should contain 23% or thereabouts of patients. That's evidence of religion, that is.

Now go and reason with the EDL, BNP and UKIP thugs nailing a pig carcass to the door of the local mosque. That's evidence of religion, that is.

Pop over to Ireland. Try to find a large house with tall walls. Climb over and have a look in the septic tank. That's evidence of religion, that is.

Ok? One last one. Visit the villages in Ethiopia with little water, failing crops, starving goats and a shiny church at one end of the village and a glittering mosque at the other. That's evidence of religion, that is.

Just one thing.. I assume you don't need a dictionary to know what "evidence" means?

Science relies on evidence too. But unlike religion it doesn't rely on belief. Belief is too irrational a concept for modern science. Sure, you can combine the two in one brain but they only work if kept in separate lobes.

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