No religion concerning a "Higher Power" is compatible with Science. Science is the study of the physical and natural world and the "Higher Power" in religion is not only excluded from the physical and natural world but is not subject to it. The term "Supernatural" is the proper classification for this "Higher power" and supernatural by definition excludes scientific explanation and understanding.
Religion in theory could explain the physical and natural world but Science cannot be used to study the supernatural and is therefor incompatible.
@Logic, I am glad we both agree that ISIS is bad, but I can't agree on your view about USA. These are alternative media sources that drive such propoganda. US is trying to help fight terrorist, certainly not create it
I like Abraham Lincoln. I like Abraham because he was the one to end slavery in the world and he ended the Civil War, a great historical war. Some people might argue that he was not one of the Founding Fathers and they were one of the most important groups for our 50 United States to be created. However, I like Lincoln because he put the act against slavery into place and now no one can own slaves. Another counter-argument against me is Thomas Jefferson because he was a great president: One of the biggest things he did was that he was a vital piece of writing the Declaration of Independence and he was against slavery. This is where I disagree. It is known that in Thomas Jefferson's lifetime he owned over 600 slaves and didn't just have them and use them, he mistreated them as well. He sent young boys to work in his nail factory which was a very dangerous task and when they lost two iron rods he had their skulls crushed. That is why I think that Abraham Lincoln rules out the presidents that were listed.
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