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Where Is The God Of Science?

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Posted by Not On Your Life on June 4, 2003 16:21:33 UTC

Hi Harv,
One of your list probably touches on this one
but I felt a clarification is possible.
The true God of science does not have much theology because it admits how little we know.
This God is found, among other places where decisions are made to manifest an abstract possibility (blueprint or model) into matter and energy. All such decisions are not made by God,
but generally the best ones are -- and God can adjust decisions as time reveals their consequences. This God's power could be construed as great or weak, depending on context of the construal.

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