India Religion and Science perspective

From: Jim Armstrong <>
Date: Tue Jun 22 2004 - 10:55:59 EDT

I thought this topic statement might be of interest, copied (in part)
from a recent program announcement by the Center for Science and
Religion, Institute for Human Science & Service, Visakhapatnam, India.
The Center is a participant in the Metanexus Local Society Initiative

Topic: “The Scientific Nature of Indian Religious Thought”. Indian
Religious thought is based on scientific analysis. Just as scientific
findings are a result of systematic procedure, Indian religious thought
is also formulated by a series of five steps such as, Means of valid
knowledge, Objectives of valid knowledge, Doubting regarding valid
knowledge, Purpose of valid knowledge and Examples of valid knowledge.
It is only then, that the particular knowledge is established.

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