Multumesc tutuor celor care au contribuit la un dialog viguros despre Intelligent Design.

Nu este un secret ca am inceput O2 ca o incercare de a a aduce conversatia teologica despre origini in contextul evolutiei (ca fapt si teorie). Consider ca oricine are onestitatea intelectuala sa recunoasca faptul ca viata exista de cel putin 3,5 miliarde de ani si ca mecansimele reproducerii prin modificare au avut un rol critic in istoria ei, indiferent daca accepta ID, evolutionism teist, creatia repetata in timp adanc sau evolutia naturala, are un argument valid cel putin din punct de vedere teologico-filosofic, daca nu strict stiintific.

Pentru ca eroziunea si reciclarea geologica a rocilor nu face posibila investigarea istoriei abiogenezei pe planeta noastra, singurele date empirice relevante pot veni din astrobiologie sau, (speram, in viitor), evolutia comparata.

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5 Responses to A-bio-Geneza

  1. Capu-Varzã says:

    O noua „biserica” SDA la care poate merita sa participam.

  2. Capu-Varzã says:


    Tema propusa suna interesanta, dar suna ca si cum v-a include o doza mare de speculare :).

    Apropo de predica ta din „Samariteanul Milostiv”, ce parere ai de articolul asta Drugs reduces stress, increases empathy? Nu suna ca si cum pastilele pot ajuta sa intri in imparatie?

  3. Eric T. says:

    Apropo de „o incercare de a a aduce conversatia teologica despre origini in contextul evolutiei (ca fapt si teorie)”, este ceva relevant aici, in acest interviu-articol:

    „Claims about divine action are sometimes, but not always, in competition with scientific claims. Firstly, they might purport to explain facts that could have, but at the moment do not have, scientific explanations. (This was roughly the role played by references to “special creation” before Darwin.) Secondly, they could purport to explain facts that could never have a scientific explanation. (If “why is there anything rather than nothing” is a meaningful question, it doesn’t look like the kind of question science can answer.) Thirdly, they can offer a higher-level explanations, positing the existence of a primary divine cause, without questioning the existence of the secondary, created causes spoken of by the sciences. (A theistic explanation of this kind runs the risk of being redundant, but that’s another question.) Finally, claims about divine action can be in competition with scientific claims, as in the case of modern creationism.

    An interesting example of the third type of theistic explanation is what is called “process theology.” This is based on the metaphysics of Alfred North Whitehead (1861–1947) and Charles Hartshorne (1897–2000). Process theology speaks about God, but quite explicitly avoids any appeal to faith or divine revelation. It regards itself as entirely consistent with science, indeed more consistent than any alternative. It argues, simply, that the most plausible large-scale picture we have of the way the world works is one that includes a divine aspect. Its God, of course, is not identical to that of classical theism, which may be why philosophers of religion have neglected it.”


    „Modern theologians often talk about the “God of the gaps,” as though this was a bad thing. But if you are trying to base your belief in God on reason, rather than divine revelation, then you surely need some gaps. You need some facts about the world that require God for their explanation.”

    sursa: http://www.3ammagazine.com/3am/on-theism-and-explanation/

  4. Eric T. says:

    Sunt cinci carti recomandate in finalul articolului respectiv, din linkul de mai sus. Par interesante.

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