Latest comment: abhinc 16 annos by IacobusAmor

I do not agree with this addendum: Theologia Christiana non includit scientiam modernam ut religionem quia atheisticam est, sed secundum definitionem exactam Scientia Moderna est Religio, quia communitas fidei sunt. Ergo Scientia Moderna Religio, seu Theologia, est. It's not an encyclopedical information but an opinion. It must be formulated in an other form. Aliqui putant....--Massimo Macconi 04:25, 11 Augusti 2007 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Good catch, Massimo! All of its points are disputable. "Non includit" is false, because theology has always accommodated the science of the day, or at least of prior days (though of course not always adequately or correctly). "Atheisticam" is false because modern science doesn't deny the existence of gods: it takes no position on the subject, and seeks its explanations elsewhere. Many scientists would say "Scientia Moderna est Religio" is false. So the whole passage has a point of view. IacobusAmor 12:30, 11 Augusti 2007 (UTC)Reply[reply]
Revertere ad "Theologia".