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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on November 13, 2001 03:19:34 UTC

Science does not prove things 'true' as math does
but criticizes and tests propositions rigorously (we hope).
Science does not have much on "who" God is but has some stuff on "how."

Our Man Jesus was asked by the Roman governor,
"What is Truth?"
Einstein begins to answer this in the first few pages of _Relativity_.

Anthropocentric God is not necessarily wrong.
Our Man Jesus said a good thing:"For this I came into the world-- to bear witness to the truth."

Math does not exhibit free will, does it?
Yet some creative principle does manipulate the possibilities of Tim-Spa-Mat-Ene. That principle in microcosm may be in our own Free Will.

Admittedly, we mostly seem to increase entropy.
Okay, still cogitating.

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