Re "You are far too subtle for him - and deep thinking. ": 

 You also. I noticed from a previous post of yours (if I'm not misremembering) 
that you approved of David Bentley Hart's The Experience of God: Being, 
Consciousness, Bliss. Like you, I find that style of approaching the subject 
like mother's milk. You either get it, or you don't!


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---In, <s3raphita@...> wrote :

 Re "Scientists "easily moved to tears?" I think not.":

 I was referring to the chap who wore a gaudy shirt which offended some 
Twitters and so he then had to do a cry-baby routine to show contrition. 
Haven't you seen the clip?

 Re "allowed their emotions to delude them into believing that the world around 
them was designed rather than just evolved:

 I don't think the world *was* designed! My post was referring to the merits of 
the "design argument" - it has more force than atheists accept. I'm as coldly 
objective as your computer. Of course the world is evolving - so consciousness 
is constantly being surprised; learning from its missteps; and moving on.
 For Mercy has a human heart,
 Pity a human face,
 And Love, the human form divine,
 And Peace, the human dress.

 Seraphita, I fear Blake is lost on bawee. You are far too subtle for him - and 
deep thinking. 








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