Quote of the Day (Keith Ward)

“Religious beliefs cannot remain what they were before the rise of modern science any more than ancient scientific beliefs can. It would be absurd to insist that ancient religious beliefs should remain unchanged when our whole view of the universe has changed radically” (Keith Ward, The Big Questions in Science and Religion (West Conshohocken: Templeton Foundation Press, 2008) p.4).
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  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/12617299120618867829 Angie Van De Merwe

    The problem with acertaining what we know, is that science is constantly changing and developing what we know. And depending on the scientific discipline one is involved in…determines HOW you will percieve and interpret that knowledge. Certainly, we don’t want to reduce the natural realm to the material alone, as in the physical sciences…although that indeed is one (and only one) aspect of reality..concerning the physicality of individuals and their perception of reality….