A Mountain of Nothin' out of Somethin' or Another

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    by Michael David Rawlings
    10/16/2012
    Prufrock's Cave


    For those of you who believe in nothing and, therefore, are easily deceived by almost anything, atheistic scientists like Lawrence Krauss, who intentionally muddle ontological distinctions merely to get a rise out of the philosophers and theologians they detest, do a disservice to science. Whether in jest or not, it's irresponsible. They dishonor their profession and treat us all with contempt when they imply that the problem of existence is strictly a scientific matter. Atheists, whether they be accomplished scientists or not, are notoriously bad thinkers outside the comfort zone of their presumptuous metaphysics and are theologically illiterate bumpkins to boot. Karl W. Giberson, an evolutionary theist, is something else altogether. . . .

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    You're a good writer. :thup:
     
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    So which is it... Religion and Ethics or Science and Technology?

    Or both?
     
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    Both.
     
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    Are you related to J.K. Rawlings that wrote Harry Potter?
     

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