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    Some of you might be interested in extracts from a theological presentation--of a Russian Orthodox priest--that I just posted at:

    pages.csam.montclair.edu/~kowalski/sysoev.html

    Comments will be appreciated,

    Ludwik
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    Quote Originally Posted by kowalskil View Post
    Some of you might be interested in extracts from a theological presentation--of a Russian Orthodox priest--that I just posted at:

    pages.csam.montclair.edu/~kowalski/sysoev.html

    Comments will be appreciated,

    Ludwik

    FROM YOUR LINK:


    Sysoev's article ends with a difficult-to-follow line of argument. The main point is that modern science is worthless because it is not based on God's revelations, which are absolute and undeniably true. His logic is far from clear. That is why I am not able to translate interesting extracts from the last two paragraphs.


    Why should we base science such a premise? Science starts from the very simple and builds into complexity. Your ideas start with complexity and then in a circular way return to the premise as if it's now been proven. It doesn't take a rocket scientist to understand this is absolute insanity.
    "Atheism is a religion like abstinence is a sex position" - Bill Maher

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