There's nothing wrong with science as science.
But a problem arises when you apply the results to theology.
Two completely different worlds.
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Time: 2013-02-04, 13:48:50
Subject: Re: Topical combination
On 2/4/2013 7:56 AM, Bruno Marchal wrote:
On 03 Feb 2013, at 12:30, Roger Clough wrote:
Hi John Mikes
"The Fabric of Eternity is the author's personal view of the Universe that
allows for science and theology to explore the wonders of creation in peaceful
IMHO that is completely misguided, because the worlds they understand?re
separate magisteria, to use?
Stephan Jay Gould's phrase.? Science deals with the physical world, and
theology deals with
the nonphysical world.
Only an Aristotelian can say "science deals with the physical world". This sums
A Platonist says that science is just the modest tool/method to deal with any
Except it was Plato who thought he could understand the world by just thinking
about it, while it was Aristotle who went out to observe and let the world
teach him.? So who was modest and who was arrogant?
Allowing the abandon of science in the theological field can only be an
invitation to the bad faith in there, and to the "don't ask" mentality.
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