On Fri, 26 Oct 2001, Woodward Norm Civ WRALC/TIEDM wrote:
> "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
> And, of course, that is a correct statement.
> I believe that the Scriptures has promised that anyone closely observing the
> World will eventually confirm a Creator. However, it should not be left to
> science to disclose His attributes.
Although I fully agree with the statement by Bill Phillips quoted by Allan
Harvey, I only partly agree with your statement that follows it. Romans
1:18-23 seems to indicate that enough can be learned about God through his
creation to make idolatry inexcusable.
Department of Mathematics
University of Colorado
Boulder, CO 80309-0395
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