Method, Science and Religion

Why does a comparison between science and religion seem to lack any substance? Well, today we are plagued by a priority of the method by which we know a fact. So while the method of religion (revelation) seems quite shallow, apparently there is nothing to compare. But method is not the only parameter and, after…

The Feeling of Reality

Earlier this year I read of the experience of the sensual entity gravitational wave. And this experience came forward as the discovery of this entity. While I have been critical over the ‘discovery’ of entities through science in the past, I have now resolved much of my frustration in qualifying physical entities as distinct from…

Validation, Facts

It is not always clear to me what scientific gossip is getting at, while I feel something essential in the speech of a religious person—in as much as they talk from experience. Yet, when a creation apologist constructs an exhibition in which men and dinosaurs live together, he is instead fighting a factual battle. And…

True/False Claims, Experience

Consider the question: “Do you believe in god?” This is probably the wrong question. Unless you can accept the answer, “I do not experience Him.” However, if you expect an enumeration of true/false claims to convince you, I do not know why you have asked this question; after all, you will not be convinced. This…

Universal Language

“We describe reality. Or at least our descriptions are compatible with reality. Just look what we have uncovered!” Or “We live the righteous life. Just look how they live. Their world is disgusting. We live in the true world.” Or “My languages are just several of many. And each are just as right or wrong…

Historic Entities

Should I have to dismiss the priority of any historic entity to any ‘present’ entity which has, as part of its constitution, the possibility of affirmation before the senses?—for example, sight of apple or taste of apple. Often I find that historic entities strike me harder than ‘present’ entities—and do so in such a way…

The Disclosure of World

Consider the fall of man. Then think on another who makes use of the language of the fall. How does another who speaks in this way speak of the world? Well, another’s world would surely be a fallen one—which could not be ‘cleansed by baptism’. Either another speaks in a way which discloses a fallen…

Inauthentic Speech

Should I always have to speak authentically? Or can I say to a lover, “What does God tell you now?—Now that you have fallen out of love with me? Am I still “the one you will marry” as he told you before? Or does he tell you now that was only a test? Or…?” Well,…

My Own Understanding

22.05.2011, Who could believe the universe fiddles a congruent song that they have been granted permission to hear? Who could be so audacious as to assume that their united front is the united front of all the universe—and that they are not one of the thousand thousands which stand outside? Who could believe that the…

Science, Religion

I enjoy reading philosophy in that it is an activity. The same cannot be said of science—reading on a scientific discovery. I do not know what I am supposed to do once I have read it. What does the author of the article suppose I do? “This observation has proven the theory true”—But what matters…