David Campbell wrote:
> Natural theology that integrates attacks on conventional scientific views
> appeals to pride and snobbery: "I know more about science than all those
At the same time, I have a feeling that the shallow
and curt remarks made by naturalist a-theologians
reek of the same sin of pride and snobbery:
particularly those who castigate philosophers (who
in effect _developed_ their precious algorithm of
epistemology). Unfortunately, I cannot think of any
_prominent_ Christians have set a clearly *better*
example, so we (Christians) have clearly fallen short
of obedience to the Word.
It seems real philosophy is even harder to grasp and
integrate than even a scientific enterprise as complex
and diverse as biology.
By Grace we proceed,
We have been given two ears and but a single mouth,
in order that we may hear more and talk less.
--- Zeno of Citium.
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