Robert Green Ingersoll said in 1879: "The time must come when churches and cathedrals will be dedicated to the use of man; when minister and priest will deem the discoveries of the living of more importance than the errors of the dead; ..." This article http://www.spiegel.de/international/zei … 83054.html reminded me of his statement.
Are humans finally waking up?
People are falling asleep amid their own delusions. Daydreaming of tomorrow and how this makes them are wiser than they were yesterday. Science can provide how but is incapable of supplying a why. As long as people can find whys in the wisdom of our ancestors, they can use those scripts to wake from there slumber.
Science in itself is independent of reflective meaning. Theology is its necessary counterpart. Science becomes religion if it gives the scientist meaning.
proof is for mathematicians and lawyers, science provides evidence without absolute certainty.
A scientist needs to be objective. (s)he will loose objectivity if their findings are reflective of their held absolute beliefs.
Absolutes are necessary as a basic foot hold on reality.
No. There are still a cornucopia of religious fundamentalists, and they could ultimately ignite another world war.
by God shet15 months ago
Start it - let everyone know that God exists and that you love God - tell the atheists do whatever you want to do ( * yourself, specifically speaking) - and leave - and never respond.
by Kathryn L Hill2 years ago
Spirituality "The term spirituality lacks a definitive definition, although social scientists have defined spirituality as the search for "the sacred," where "the sacred" is broadly defined as...
by Ruth Angel13 months ago
Okay. So I've been watching the Bill Nye vs Ken Ham debate in evolution and creationism. Essentially what Ken Ham is insinuating, is that it is OK, to accept the biblical account of creation derived from ...
by Horvath György3 years ago
How did science get so focused on the material, and why is materialism on shaky ground? Here is Bruce H. Lipton (Curriculum Vitae - http://www.brucelipton.com/curriculum-vitae/) , talking on the felonious suppression of...
by aka-dj4 years ago
I found this via a post on facebook. Thought it worthy of reposting here, since so many revere science as being the be-all and end-all for any philosophic/religious argument.I guess the "scientists" are not...
by marinealways246 years ago
Where is common ground between science and religion? Will there always be science vs religion for their opposing views? I think science and religion have a lot more in common than some would like to believe.
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