> Glenn wrote
> > I don't see how Christianity could survive the confirmation of the
> >>many-worlds hypothesis.
I, for one, can only see God's greater glory if the many-worlds hypothesis
is varified; for though there be a set possing infinite rank of possible
or actual "histories" or "worlds" undergirding the quantum theory,
God is infinitely "greater" a le Cantor. While God transends even an infinite
nature, He/She also is immanently involved, i.e.panenthiesim.
In fact, if the universe is to be metaphorically thought of as the abode to The Devine, wouldn't we expect it to exhibit some levels of infinities?
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