There's an interesting article in the Washington Times about a recent science/religion conference at Harvard. It is at:
At the beginning of the article, and then again near the end, are some wise comments from 1997 Physics Nobelist Bill Phillips, keynote speaker at an ASA Conference a few years ago. I particularly liked this observation which gets at one of the problems many of us have with what George M. would call "independent natural theology":
"Let's imagine we do learn a lot more, and it is really pointing us to the idea of a Creator," Mr. [sic] Phillips said. "It's difficult to see how that will point to a Creator who wants a personal relationship with us, who loves us, who wants us to love each other, who has expectations for us that come to us by the wisdom of Scriptures."
Allan Harvey, firstname.lastname@example.org
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