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Re: I hope this low-income housing project fvcks with liberals

Posted by Nilet on Tue Apr 8 13:09:45 2014, in response to Re: I hope this low-income housing project fvcks with liberals, posted by AlM on Tue Apr 8 11:15:12 2014.

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Catholicism no longer discourages questioning in matters of science. Galilieo would be safe now, or maybe even get to shake the Pope's hand. :)

He's still dead.

And yes, the Catholic Church finally admitted he was rightó in the 1990s when their geocentrism became such an embarrassment they were at risk of losing adherents. So they have finally caught up to the science of the 17th century.

However, they're still creationists, so they haven't reached the 19th yet.

It would forbid questioning of "Jesus Christ is the son of God" but that's not a matter of science.

How is it not?

(a) God exists and has attributes A, B, and C.

(b) Jesus existed and has attributes X, Y, and Z.

(c) God is Jesus's father.

...and since we know they believe it anyway:

(d) Jesus died but came back to life.

These are all questions of fact. They are statements that assert something is. Therefore, they are questions for science.

And science is quite clear on the matter.

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