Date: Mar 19, 2014 4:37 PM
Author: Joe Niederberger
Subject: Re: How science  shaped modern 'rejection of religion'

R Hansen:
>Why not instead, since you injected this into the discussion, tell us how it doesn?t.

Because your silly distinction between "beliefs" and "mental feelings motivated by data and evidence" is just absurdist RH blather. If you knew the first thing about Leibniz's thought you would know how pathetically wrong you are here.

Leibniz:
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?in whatever manner God might have created the
world, it would always have been regular and in accordance with a certain general order,?

?God does nothing which is not orderly? (DM 6; AG 39).

?most general of God?s laws, the one that rules
the whole course of the universe, is without exception?
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Oh yeah, he's just having some mental feelings motivated by data ... uh huh... or maybe it was the oysters.

What you have pronounced from the Bunker, let no facts or understanding stand against!

Cheers,
Joe N