Re: [asa] Methodological Atheism in Biblical Studies

From: PvM <>
Date: Sat Oct 04 2008 - 22:15:08 EDT

I find that somewhat ironic.. Who is truly seeking the truth... The
wonderful world of the circular argument. What about a religious person
truly seeking the truth and come to reject religion?

What gives us the privileged position to define truth? Even from a
scientific perspective I find such a position troubling.

Then again, I am a mere physicist myself.

On Thu, Oct 2, 2008 at 8:49 AM, Alexanian, Moorad <>wrote:

> I am no theologian but a mere physicist. However, when you analyze
> anything, science or theology, you must make same presuppositions. What kind
> of study can a person who is an atheist contribute to biblical studies? Of
> course, I do believe that even an atheist who is truly seeking the truth
> while making sense in his biblical scholarship can be enlightened and find
> the truth which is Christ.
> Moorad

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