Doctrines of Science and Religion

This web site is about doctrines. According to Webster's Dictionary doctrine is defined as "A principle or body of principles presented for acceptance or belief, as by a religious, political, scientific, or philosophic group. The doctrines of many different disciplines will be presented within the pages of this site and will therefore be accepted by some and rejected by others. Unfortunately this will not be because they agree or disagree with the evidence presented, but because it opposes their own set of doctrinal beliefs.

After a great deal of debating with others of differnent scientific and religious views, I have found that they will not even consider a doctrine that is opposed to their own. To do so would throw doubt on what they have always believed and most are not willing to admit that they are wrong. It appears that in most cases where one has a strong adherence to a doctrine, the doctrine becomes a part of themselves and when another attacks that doctrine it appears to the individual as an attack on themself.

Another interesting character of a doctrinal system is that one will always interpret new facts according to the doctrine. The facts are made to fit the doctrine rather than adapting the doctrines to fit with the facts. This is simply another method of doctrinal preservation.

Some of the material here is going to strain your doctrinal system. You will have to decide if you are going to examine the facts and adjust your doctrines as necessary or reject or reinterpret the facts to fit with your doctrine.

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