This contradiction between the modern atheists and the modern believers in metaphysics and traditional religions will continue
unresolved till the end of times. Neither science nor technology can resolve these issues for all of us.
Posted by Sulayman Nyang, on January 1, 2007 2:24 PM
As long as those who are believers will acknowledge that their allegiance gives them no privilege, no direct line to the absolute truth, no advantage in moral insight, we should be able to get along just fine.
Posted by Daniel C. Dennett, on December 30, 2006 11:07 AM
What is there to talk about if both theists and atheists sit down to talk? The mystery of life; the riddle of existence; the presence of evil in our world; the meaning of love, power, joy, hope, forgiveness; the question of human origins and human destiny.
Posted by William J. Byron, on December 27, 2006 4:00 PM
Is it possible to live instead by a dialectic of body and soul, reason and revelation, history and faith – like two sides of a coin that can be distinguished but not separated? Could that be the challenge of the twenty-first century?
Posted by John Dominic Crossan, on December 27, 2006 3:40 PM