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Old 06-14-2018, 03:40 AM   #1
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Science vs Religion: Historys Terrifying Influenc

So I often hear religious people blaming the scientific community for the bias and negativity we currently see. But this article clearly explains that historically, Catholics were the intellectual leaders of Europe. What do you guys think? Who's to blame and how can history prove otherwise?Excerpt:"What puzzles me is that Christianity was at the forefront of this movement; to be Christian in Medieval Europe was to be literate and learned, of a polite and gentleman-like persuasion. This philosophy was most highly exemplified by the nobility and religious scholastic thinkers of the time, of which many are still greatly revered today for their faith and simultaneous thirst for knowledge of the natural world. So what happened?"
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