On Wednesday, July 11, 2012 1:36:32 PM UTC-4, John K Clark wrote:
> I disagree, I don't like it. You are assuming that there exists a
> organized field of knowledge called "theology", but I can not find the
> slightest evidence that is in fact true. Lawrence Krauss said that it is
> his habit to ask every theologian he meets "what advances in theology have
> been made in the last 400 years?", but he has never received a straight
> answer from a single one of them, the best he has gotten was "what do you
> mean by advances?". A expert in mathematics or physics or biology or
> literature or ANY other field would not give a weasel answer like that,
> they'd just rattle off a list of advances, but not theology.
Then we should stop teaching Newtonian physics as well, since there are no
new advances there either.
How about 'Anything that I deem unimportant should be eliminated.'? Do you
detect any flaw in that reasoning?
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