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    Fr. Barron comments on Scientism and God's Existence





     
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Byron
Great breakdown, Father. Be careful or the only argument that the New Atheists will have left will be to call God a "bad guy" because of Inquisition or some other such nonsense. It's getting harder and harder for someone to "hide" from the evidence for God if they are, in fact, openly looking....that is to your great credit. Thanks.
10/18/2012 4:38:44 PM
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Michael Rizzio
Relativism is the first cousin of Scientism. Both avoid moral and/or philosophical absolutes and both are practically traditionless.

Science desires kingship in this world. Is it any wonder we see the likes of Steven Hawkings as royalty?

As long as money keeps flowing to speculatory science we will see more unprovable outlandish theories and greater distance between what is truly real and what is vividly imagined.

Eucharist (Spiritual Energy) = Mass (Light x Light) [Double consecration of the Mystery of Light]

(Spiritual Energy) = Mass
10/21/2012 11:37:23 AM
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marko
Well explained - but there is perhaps even more compelling evidence from the sceintific community for the existence of God. Fr Robert Sptizer and colleagues have put together some excellent material
http://magisreasonfaith.org/
10/29/2012 5:04:29 AM
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