Re: Post-Empiricism Science: A little surprised

From: allenroy (
Date: Fri Sep 19 2003 - 04:08:19 EDT

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    Michael Roberts wrote:

    > It is impossible to discuss with outlooks like this. What good does it do
    > to spreading the Gospel of Christ by arguing like this. If you are right
    > then all physics and chemistry is wrong.

    Not at all. For physics and chemistry to be done they need at least these two
    important presuppositions: 1) uniformity of law over space and time, and 2)
    uniformity of processes over space and time. Both Naturalism and Creationism
    have these presuppositions, so physics and chemistry are pretty much the same in
    either paradigm. The only difference might be when time becomes an issue.
    Such as when it comes to the Creation week of earth's biosphere and the Flood
    Cataclysm. Witness evidence supplied by the Holy Spirit through inspiration
    constrains the time since those events.


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