Tuesday, September 22, 2009
How Not to Think About Science and Christianity
See my reply to this silly post on faith and science. Scroll down to comment #62.
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I scrolled it up and down for many times, but couldn't find your reply. How did you respond?
I am comment #62.
Now you went and did it . . . I watched most of the video and left some comments. Ugh. Such bad thinking there!
Are you sure? Maybe the link goes to wrong post if it supposed to be "faith and science" instead of "faith vs. evidence" (where's just a short video). Anyway #62 is "ndt" and he doesn't sound like you at all.
Good replies. The two major flaws I got in the rambling argument before losing interest was
1) assuming God is just another object X doesn't make Him so. He is not just a thing. Romans 11:33-36 describes God as the reason anything exists..and
2)that God is unchanging in His mind doesn't preclude intelligence. That He doesn't change His mind is because He doesn't have to; He's the one mind that doesn't need changing. Also, just because He doesn't equivocate doesn't mean He can't interact with His creation.
If I may be so bold as to mention it, I have another review of this video (posted last Saturday) at http://www.thinkingchristian.net/2009/09/the-final-answer-to-all-theistic-arguments/ .
well said (and at the moment I looked you were comment #63).
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