Broadly everything is a personal choice I'm not sure what you're trying to say.
Meaning, having faith is something personally choose to do. It’s not to disprove science, it’s simply a case of faith and free will.
Depends, if you think universe started 6000 years ago or that god directly created humans that might contradict with the general scientific consensus. But yes, believing an entity created the universe is arguable still not sure if believing that would mean someone is religious.
Depends who you talk to. Saying the world is 6000 years old is an interpretation. And scientist don’t claim to know for sure how humans came to be. So again, science isn’t out to disprove religion, and having faith in something like religion, is a personal choice.
Again, that way everything can be an interpretation and scientists don't know anything with 100% surity. If you mark personal choice as the room for free opinions which aren't contradicted by science a lot of religions seem to go out of the window. As for the who you talk to argument, you could find someone who says eating bleach is healthy, doesn't necessarily make them right.
I’m sorry you lack information on this topic. I’ve explained to you twice now how having faith comes down to each individual.
I think it's a problem of how personal choice is defined, yes everything is personal choice. And you can believe something unscientific without trying to actively disporve science.
And it's a little hard to understand that, you're essentially betting on something going wrong something that is scientifically believed that way not turning out to be true. Sorry for wasting your time.
No one is forcing you to believe in it.
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I'm an agnostic athiest.