Category Archives: Science and Religion Topics

On the Differing Perspectives on God of Physicists and Biologists


There is much truth in the statement that biologists and physicists look upon the world (in its deeper aspects) in somewhat different ways. There are deep historical as well as epistemological reasons for this. But two broad conclusions we may … Continue reading

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On the News item: Godless’ children turn out just fine.


The fact that people did research on this matter, and are arguing about the result, reveals the colossal misunderstanding (and the consequent atrocities, absurdities, and debates) relating to Religion. It is true that in the past, and even now for … Continue reading

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The Two Roots of ISIS


It is important to distinguish between the political and the religious roots of ISIS. The political roots relate to past Western colonial injustices which include political domination, economic exploitation, imperialistic map-making, cultural marginalization, and the like. It is not unlike … Continue reading

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Welcome December!


This is the month of Christmas and Hanukkah for people of the Judeo-Christian traditions when lamps will be lit, gifts will be exchanged, trees will be decorated,  stores will be invaded, and moneys will be collected for charity by the … Continue reading

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Once Twin Sister


Religion and Science, twin sisters who once were cordial and cooperating, both vibrant  in the quest to know and understand, both exploring in unison what is human existence, both intrigued by questions like whence this Cosmos in which we find … Continue reading

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Wisdom or Folly?


Subjecting of every facet of poetry, imagination, and spiritual experience to the microscope of rationality, empiricism, and scientific argumentation may not be the best application of scientific methodology.. No one can deny the enormous expansion of  knowledge and enhancement in … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the May 21 Doomsday Prophesy


Among the sad ironies that rattle our world is the mindless prediction by some religious extremists that the world would come to an end of May 21, 2011. This was to happen, not by  natural disasters, not by unrest in … Continue reading

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