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Why I Can’t be an Atheist: Part 1

Posted on: Saturday 13 January 2007


Robert E. Meyer: What will become of scientific investigation? Early scientists saw their inquiries as a method of ‘thinking God’s thoughts after him.’ Without a construct in place which binds technology to ethics, what limits on social and scientific experimentation will inform the distinctions between what can be done, vs. what ought to be done?

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