RE:who are theistic scientists?

From: Geoff Bagley (
Date: Sun Apr 01 2001 - 07:47:11 EDT

  • Next message: Wayne Shelton: "Re: Answersingenesis"

    Tim Ikeda wrote

    "Similarly, I never worked with theist scientists (a group
    including Christians, Jews, Muslims, Buddhists, & no doubt
    a few other religious), who said that evolution conflicted
    with purpose"

    Is it not highly likely that Buddhist would not describe themselves as
    theist as Buddhist do not necessarily need to believe in a god. if one
    examines Buddhist and Hindu ideas, there concept of creation is entirely
    different to the Judeao- Christian concept of creation. From what I know of
    there ideas they might not necessarily talk about creation at a particular
    point in time recent or otherwise.

    Also some Muslim expresions of creation are disimilar to Judaeo-Christian

    In discussing science and religion, it is easy to forget that the debate is
    not only about what the Bible and science says but also about what other
    religous scriptures say.

    Geoff Bagley

    This archive was generated by hypermail 2b29 : Sun Apr 01 2001 - 07:48:03 EDT