- Aug 31, 2015
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Largely agree with your post, I'm definitely open to the bolded, I'd call it an as not yet understood natural connection to the natural world however I can not come at a Omnipresent, Omniscient, Participatory religious creator in any way.Would it be fair to concede the possibility of the existence of some form of spirituality which is not fully or even partly understood?
Not necessarily a specific deity as such, more a type of consciousness (if that's the right word even) that "faith" is attempting to make sense of?
See the thing with "the science crowd" that I find a bit objectionable is this sense that they seem to think that if they can't explain it, or measure it, it doesn't exist.
Now had "the science crowd" locked into that view a thousand years ago, we'd be nowhere now.
And I fully acknowledge where science has taken us over thousands of years, well before even the idea of a christian god.
So I wonder whether society in 3030 might not laugh at society today for our relative lack of scientific knowledge and I wonder therefore whether "the science crowd" might be better served to laugh less and ridicule less those matters that they can't measure or don't understand. Which may include spirituality in some form.