Newsgroups: soc.culture.singapore, alt.atheism, soc.culture.british, soc.culture.china, hk.politics
From: "Albert K. Fung" <akwf...@hotmail.com>
Date: Wed, 14 Nov 2012 10:18:38 -0800
Local: Wed, Nov 14 2012 1:18 pm
Subject: Re: Science versus Religion, or Science _and_ Religion?
In the last sentence, "is" should have been "his". A sincere
Here we go again .... :)
> by the way, i would like to ask:-ltlee:
> is religion really subjective or inter-subjective?
> is science really subjective or inter-subjective?
> If we put all human "knowledge," ie, whatever helps us to understandAKF:
> world along a continuum from totally subjective to totally
> subjective), religion and sciences would be the two poles. The
> of objectivity is that it allows whatever humans have discovered to
> accumulative over time.
> Faith in human knowledge ....ltlee:
> On one hand, and equating it to truth on the other, are sal-
> It's the essence of Sola Fide in Lutheranism ....
> Science is not a religion in the sense it does not claim to compriseAKF:
> all knowledge, let alone truth. In contrast, religious doctrines
> dictates that god and his revelations comprise the totality of
> and truth.
> Entirely understandable apology ....TheInquirer:
> Albeit not atypical, from a layperson who is completely head
> "this most beautiful system of the sun, planets, and comets,
> Source: Issac Newton/Principia/Second edition (in English)
> why is it an "apology"? what did L T Lee do wrong?Apology - a justification/defense ....
For example, Tertullian's "Apology for Christianity". One of
Defending his faith in the science religion .... :)
Albert K. Fung
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