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I believe that Science itself is a holy thing in its search for truth. In that search it discovers God, and declares him, albeity unwittingly. I think that though God is unseen by the eyes, he is percieved in the mind, for he is an intellect and a personality without a corruptible body made from the elements. I am convinced as well, that it is the mind of man that makes him in Gods image, and that the mind of man is actually what religion traditionally refers to as the soul. It is religion that has mystified that soul and promoted ignorance about it. It is the mind of man that will be saved by god when the body is shed, if that mind will believe in what is true, because truth is eternal. If you really would be persuaded to believe in God, read the books of the late psychiatrist Dr. M. Scott Peck who was a very scientific man who very reluctantly came to believe in the doctrines of Christ by his knowledge of the human mind and his earnest desire to know truth. The Road Less Traveled, People of the Lie, and Glimpse of the Devil are books that dramatically changed my beliefs and compelled me to pull away from religion and search for truth, which is more scientific than mystical. I am convinced that science draws us nearer God than religion. But still one must choose to open ones mind to believe in the unseen, if only just enough to conceive that a supreme all powerful creator does exist.