Dr. Moreland explains what “scientism” means and the conversation proceeds to a recounting of a conversation at a well known medical school with a John Hopkins PhD.
One view, favored in the media and academia, says that faith stands separate from science, or that science has displaced faith.
But here’s the lamest thing of all: as a prominent participant in a debate, decrying an idea you don’t understand and on which you haven’t bothered to educate yourself.
Considering Hamlet, the Aristotelian can appreciate both the physiology and the drama to which the mechanist is blind.
An image offered by Einstein, of the sublimely mysterious library, is sensitive and beautiful.