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quote:Originally posted by chrismmm but I think the 'incentive', if that's the right word to use, of not being burned at the stake was sufficient to convince most medieval and renaissance scientists as to the existence of God !The same threat motivated Copernicus to published his life's work on his death bed, but for Gallileo it was too late....[V]Chris
quote:Originally posted by noden1can a belief system in a christian god be reconciled with science.in other words is it possible to be a scientist and a christian.
quote:058) impedance of vacuum = 3.767303134… x 10^2 kg-m^2/A^2-s^3-sr
quote:What happens if a christian scientist discovers there's no God ?
quote:Originally posted by neilepWhat happens if a christian scientist discovers there's no God ?
quote:Originally posted by tweenerquote:Originally posted by neilepWhat happens if a christian scientist discovers there's no God ?Good question Neil!It cannot happen! There is no way to prove the absence of anything.----John - The Eternal Pessimist.
quote:Originally posted by TitanscapeDear Neil, could you show this one the past thread on the subject, from about two yeras ago.Titanscape
quote:My view is that science will explain everything, tomorrow. Religion is what people use when then need something explained today.