Yes, there is a war between science and religion | Alternet

I consider myself a secularist and have written dozens of posts at my blogs to prove the point as harsh critic of ‘religion’, whatever that is.
But in the end science groupies are almost as idiotic as religious types and the fact remains, btw, that those horrid fundies at the the
Discotute have found and codifid all the problems with darwinism and simply laugh in the face of those who think that science has a solid method that is free of ideology.Biologists are simply incapable it seems of clarifying their mistakes in evolutionary theory. And they have brainwashed millions in the process here. Some science…
Where that leaves the science religion debate is not clear but the whole game should be seen as slapstick at this point.

The ancient subject of materialist Samkhya and its upgraded version in works of such as Bennett in the Dramatic Universe show that behind the degraded idiocies of monotheism (we should simply drop the term religion) the ‘spiritual’ and scientific impulse is the same in both cases. Conventional cannot unlock thy mystery of human psychology understood centuries ago and if we examine the ‘science’ here at the level of Psychology Today we discover primitive idiots of the worst kind…


As the West becomes more and more secular, and the discoveries of evolutionary biology and cosmology shrink the boundaries of faith, the claims that science and religion are compatible grow louder. If you’re a believer who doesn’t want to seem anti-science, what can you do? You must argue that your faith – or any faith – is perfectly compatible with science.

Source: Yes, there is a war between science and religion | Alternet

Bennett’s The Dramatic Universe

The old Darwiniana had a lot of commentary on Bennett’s The Dramatic Universe which despite being a work stuck in the ‘new age’ mindset nonetheless had a very modern cast behind its peculiarities and, in the process, provided an introduction, very indirect, without even mentioning the term, of the classic Indian Samkhya.
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