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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on December 12, 2001 20:52:51 UTC


(Just broaching the subject of technical terminology to be applied to credentialism)
If two persons majored in astronomy in college, should we assume they both gave the subjectt the same amount of deep, searching thought for each of the issues related to the God and Science Forum?

Secondarily, how important is coursework in
non-communist economics for commenting on the world's economic system? Would study in physics
apply to everything?


Credentialism
should always have its limits in mind.
As you probably know, Isaac Newton founded the sciences of optics, motion, gravitation, and thermodynamics and helped invent calculus.
He did not learn them in a 'commuist' school or a
'capitalist' school. Actually, he was attending schools established mostly by the religions of England, as did Charles Darwin.

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