By Bad Seed
Actor Morgan Freeman being interviewed on CNN about his new series, "Through the Wormhole". He objects when the co-host refers to him as a "man of god", but agrees with her to being a man of faith — faith in science!
Co-Host: And you said before, Morgan, that you're a man of god. When you did this and some of these questions were posed—
Freeman: When did I say I was a man of god?
Co-Host: You're not?
Freeman: [laughing] No-o-o-o-o-o-o-o. No, no, no, no, no.
Co-Host: You're a man of faith.
Freeman: Faith. There's a big difference.
Co-Host: Alright, so, the question of faith leads us, most of the time, to a god. What is your view of faith?
Freeman: Questions of faith is whatever you actually believe is. We take a lot of what we're talking about in science on faith. We posit a theory, and until it's disproven, we have faith that it's true. If the mathematics work out, then it's true. Until it's proven to be untrue...