God and Science

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God and Science

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Post by lepsein » Fri Mar 20, 2020 9:34 am

I think many who uphold science forget first that science is extremely fickle and in constant flux. seriously, a published article written five years ago may be 'dated' information now, ten years maybe on the general track, 20 years, it's backwards or embarrassing 50 or more, the information is laughable or absurd. Look at a science book from the renaissance and compare the information with what we have today.

Second, the notion of science is purely objective field is a recent development, probably less than 400 yrs in practice, which is very short time in terms of world history. Even in 1687 Harvard university was still teaching Aristotle's work in physics, Ptolemy in astronomy, and Galen in medicine and likely continued well into the 1770s when fluency in Greek and Latin were the mark of an educated person.

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Post by lepsein » Sun Mar 22, 2020 8:03 am

Someone please respond.

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Re: God and Science

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Post by Philip » Fri Mar 27, 2020 1:48 pm

Welcome to the forum, Lepsein!

Not sure what your post is leading to - what thoughts you have per how you view science?

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