Science and theology

Feb 2011
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New Jersey, USA
#1
Those who were interested in my earlier post about NOMA are invited to read the modified version of

atheist

The last sentence of this short essay is: “Unresolved conflicts in debates about God usually result from absence of agreements on what the word God stands for."

Ludwik
 
Oct 2012
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Louisville, Ky
#2
Those who were interested in my earlier post about NOMA are invited to read the modified version of

atheist

The last sentence of this short essay is: “Unresolved conflicts in debates about God usually result from absence of agreements on what the word God stands for."

Ludwik
Usually the term "God" is used to designate one religion or another.

It seems to me the particular God is less an issue that the belief in it.
 
Feb 2013
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just past the moons of Jupiter
#3
Usually the term "God" is used to designate one religion or another.

It seems to me the particular God is less an issue that the belief in it.
I think Ludwig hit the nail on the head.
"Unresolved conflicts in debates about God usually result from absence of agreements on what the word God stands for."

The "word of God and what it stands for" is religion, or even cultural.
 

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