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''Intelligent design'' accepts a Universe age of 13,7 Ga and evolution, but they maintain that there are divine processes that cannot be explained by science at the point of the emergence of the first life on Earth. My impression is that they try to make research on the emergence of life a taboo. '''This is unacceptable!''' Religion can '''never''' be allowed to stop development of knowledge - we may need that knowledge to make humankind survive the coming times.  
''Intelligent design'' accepts a Universe age of 13,7 Ga and evolution, but they maintain that there are divine processes that cannot be explained by science at the point of the emergence of the first life on Earth. My impression is that they try to make research on the emergence of life a taboo. '''This is unacceptable!''' Religion can '''never''' be allowed to stop development of knowledge - we may need that knowledge to make humankind survive the coming times.  
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A true religion provides philosophy, metaphilosophy, and spiritual methods to humans - it doesn't forbid knowledge search, it doesn't hinder knowledge necessary for rescuing human individuals, or life species from dying or from extinction. If their faith is so fragile that they cannot stand truths to be said - then their so called "faith" should be reevaluated and improved. If they refuse, you have the right to regard them as dishonest hypocrites.
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A '''true''' religion (or what you wish to call it) provides philosophy, metaphilosophy, and spiritual methods to humans - it doesn't '''forbid''' knowledge search, it doesn't hinder knowledge necessary for rescuing human individuals, or life species from dying or from extinction. If their faith is so fragile that they cannot stand truths to be said - then their so called "faith" should be reevaluated and improved. If they refuse, you have the right to regard them as dishonest hypocrites without true faith.

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