Re: PJ and Saganism

Moorad Alexanian (
Thu, 26 Aug 1999 09:17:16 -0400

A scientist who is a Christian ought to learn of his/her faith so that
he/she is more pleasing to God. As a scientist he/she ought to do the best
scientific work possible. How the findings of both searches will jive
together may be a premature form of research. I do not know of any solution
to this jiving problem. Do you? Such attempts are mere speculations.


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Date: Wednesday, August 25, 1999 7:40 PM
Subject: Re: PJ and Saganism

>At 08:41 AM 08/24/1999 -0400, Moorad Alexanian wrote:
>>The evidence is there. He is and the universe is. Isn't that enough? Could
>>it be that some of our search for evidence is a lack of faith? Moorad
>I prefer to believe that the search for evidence IS an exercise of my
>faith. Faith, to me, is not simply believing the impossible--it is an
>active attempt to solve the worst problems in Christian apologetics or
>theology. It takes lots of faith to believe that there is a solution
>waiting to be found. It takes no faith at all to sit on one's hands and
>throw verbal stones at those in the arena.
>Foundation, Fall and Flood
>Adam, Apes and Anthropology
>Lots of information on creation/evolution