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March 25, 2008




J.R. Stoodley

Well, considering we Catholics do believe in the validity of human reason I would say we need not worry about supposed mathematical proofs being developed that God does not exist (by which I suppose is meant a rational explanation of where the universe came from that excludes an eternal Creator). Such proofs will either be bad math/science or will simply not be found.

Speculating about such things before any such proof is developed is very bad science, obviously.


I'm amazed how everyone jumps from "more knowledge" to less religion. All science does is explain the "what", but never the "why". It'll be nice to explain all physical phenomena mathematically, but have that leap to disproving God is as base as their claims of Creationists trying to muck up science.

If anything God is already proven mathematically by Euler's Identity.

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