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|Similarly, atheists and agnostics should respect the religious decisions and |
beliefs of religious people. To mock the ... Scientific advances and discoveries in
science is blind.” the not-so-distant future ... I prefer what Albert Einstein had to
say about the matter of religion and science, “Science without religion is lame.
|THE DYNAMICS OF FAITH: HOW CAN THE PSYCHOLOGIST UNDERSTAND |
RELIGION AND SPIRITUALITY? ... Health Care Center Springfield, Missouri
Religion without science becomes superstition; science without religion becomes
a monster. ... Dr. tenZythoff at his retirement party, paraphrases a quote from
Albert Einstein (1941), "Science without religion is lame. Religion without science
|religion. is. lame. and. religion. without. science. is. blind. (Albert. Einstein). |
Immediately after the publication of Darwin's theories, Dawson felt it was his duty
to pragmatically put into effect all of his views concerning science and religion to
|He escapes embodied presence and perception since he is not in space and his |
existence cannot be demonstrated. Thus his existence has to be of ... and religion
cannot exist. Science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind.
|43 Ibid. 44 Kristof also misinterprets Einstein's famous statement ”Science without |
religion is lame; religion without science is blind,” suggesting that Ein— stein was
voicing respect for religious credulity. Science without religion is lame, merely ...
|They are creatures who—in their grudge against traditional religion as the 'opium |
ofthe masses'—cannot hear the music of the ... “The situation may be expressed
by an image: science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind.
|... is science. Sharing is writing. No one is perfect. We all make mistakes, |
intentionally or not, yet the goal is to be perfect. ... According to Einstein, “Science
without religion is lame; religion without science is blind.”2 Science and religion
Department of Geography University of California James D. Proctor Associate Professor, Santa Barbara - 2005 - Preview
|1. Introduction: Rethinking. Science. and. Religion. James. D. Proctor. Science |
without religion is lame, religion without science is blind. —Albert Einstein
Prolegomenon: “Science”? “Religion”? Is science without religion lame, and
|But to see it only as a resource, and to see no further than what human reason |
and the methods of science can see and ... "Science without religion is lame,
Pantheistic religions, and also some misguid- and religion without science is
blind. ed ...
|Science without creation would be a blind alley, a stillbirth. And religion without |
science would be blind to many material aspects of the world. As Albert Einstein,
a scientific authority, said, “Science without religion is lame, religion without ...