An “anti-God” stance is, in some ways, more complex and less satisfactory than a conventional “pro-God” stance.
Science has been running and screaming in so many different directions re COVID-19 and now, here’s a fun example.
Once we climb back out of the hole we have so furiously dug for ourselves, let’s start thinking more about ignoring the pack howls from “science.” After all, how many more of them can we afford?
Note: 3M Canada’s response has been mere dismay, with no suggestion that it might be useful to ask whether anything has happened recently to cause the erosion of trust. Sure. That’ll help.
Kirk Durston here: In a recent speech, former astronaut Julie Payette, now the Governor General of Canada, displayed her unquestioning belief that science alone is worthy of our total trust and mocked those who are “still questioning whether life was a divine intervention or whether it was coming out of a natural process let alone, Read More…
But she may have undermined the Liberal political party she obviously sympathizes with. Sorry for all the news from Canada but sometimes a smaller place can be a bellwether. Re “Canadian astronaut turned governor-general trashes all Canadians who doubt that life is a “random process,” Mark Bonokoski at The Toronto Sun: “Imagine if [former Prime Read More…
From Global News: “And we are still debating and still questioning whether life was a divine intervention or whether it was coming out of a natural process let alone, oh my goodness, a random process.” … Payette was trained as a computer engineer and later became an astronaut and licensed pilot and in 1999 was Read More…
Recently, Barry Arrington noted, in Climate Alarmism and Crony Capitalism, a Marriage Made in Hell, As reported in the WSJ. As many of us suspected (knew for a certainty, actually) all along, it has never been about science or the environment. It has always been about money That realization is beginning to seep into the Read More…
I have lived all my life in a country where this garbage was unheard of in the 1960s. Most of it would not be heard of in the 1860s or the 1760s.
Because we don’t really have a history of violence,
Just why Dawkins, who doesn’t apparently believe in free will, thinks the nanny state is a problem, is unclear. But who cares?
Oddly, most Canadian kids don’t grow up to believe Darwinism, but rather to recognize that Darwinism is part of the belief system that the elite enforce. That is a different matter, and it is the usual fate of enforced beliefs:
Well now, Discovery Institute has – in the person of fellow David Klinghoffer – challenged him to explain:
Ably assisting him will be butterflies.
There is an enemy occupation, but there is still a free world.