technological awareness does no longer oppose the identification of God. yet evolution does oppose the creation memories in the Bible (no longer the identification of God). I went to a jesuit (Catholic) highschool and technological awareness and Catholicism under no circumstances conflicted. In biology we found out approximately evolution and in Catholic Christianity we found out approximately creation. Catholics are distinctive from Christian's. whilst determining their stance on an argument, the Catholic church takes the bible right into a million/4 of its recommendations (as detrimental to Christian's who shop on with the bible a hundred% of their judgements). Scientists do no longer hate Christians and christians do no longer hate technological awareness. a number of the two do, yet it is amazingly great generalization. As for me, i'm a Catholic and that i think in God and that i do no longer deny that evolution made us who we are. even with the undeniable fact that, i do no longer criticize people who don't think in evolution; there are a lot of very, outstanding scientists that don't think it and have problems with it as a theory. for people who think of we got here from monkeys: We did no longer evolve from apes... We basically proportion a concern-unfastened ancestor. :D oh, and additionally... the huge bang does no longer clarify something, hahaha! xP it is basically an thought of ways the international got here to be without including a "better being." however the assumption of an explosion from remember colliding makes little experience... the place did the concern come from?