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The Bible Online Beta

Open beta testing for The Bible Online is slated to begin today at 6:00 pm GMT+1, which the Blue Computer tells us is about a half-hour ago. The Bible Online is a browser-based MMOG with RTS and RPG elements. Word is: "As the leader of their tribe, players have to construct their villages, manage resources and the budget. At the same time, players must protect their tribe from the pagans and also from other tribes. The game provides an alliance system, through which players can establish alliance for their common interest to protect themselves. Playing the role of Abraham his descendants, players also lead their tribe and raise heroes through hunting and gathering experiences." The game will launch with English and German versions, but they plan on supporting most European languages by the end of this year.

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63. Re: The Bible Online Beta Sep 9, 2010, 05:55 Bhruic
I really don't understand why people keep talking about science and religion in the same context. They have nothing to do with each other. Science deals with that which can be demonstrated and tested. Religion deals with that which cannot be demonstrated and tested. There's no overlap between the two.

Science can no more disprove the existence of god(s) than it can disprove the existence of the invisible pink unicorn behind me. What's more, science has absolutely no interest in whether there is or is not a god or gods.

With that being said, it would be nice if certain Christians would stop trying to argue against science as if it's anti-religion. If you want to believe in what the bible says, that's fine. If you want to believe in the literal version (which one...?) of the bible, that's fine too. Just keep in mind that your God is also the one that created all the things that science studies, as well as creating our brains. I'm sure he/she/it intended us to use our brains, and specifically to use them to better understand the universe that he/she/it created. So rather than fighting with science, why not study it, so you can better understand the what God has given you?
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