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John 1 and Greek Thought

For the Easter 2009 edition of the Guardian Science Weekly podcast, Alok Jha discusses Christopher Potter’s book, You Are Here: A Portable History of the Universe.

The “skeptical audience” to whom Alok Jha refers is those people who are skeptical of a materialistic explaination of the universe.

Christopher Potter’s reply is fascinating and correlates strongly to John 1:1-18.

This exchange correlates closely to a comment I left on change.org in response to Damon Ballard recently. (Please note the high quality of Damon’s reply!)

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Avoid Pointless Arguments

Part of keeping our faith strong is avoiding pointless arguments.

This is not the same thing as avoiding thoughtful conversation. But debate is futile in the arena of science vs. religion.

So don’t bother.

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