Re: MD quality religion (Christianity)

From: David Morey (
Date: Tue Apr 13 2004 - 11:26:44 BST

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    Hi chaps

    On this one Mark I understand your fears about the Chritian perspective
    but am pretty sure they do not apply to Sam. I am not a Christian
    myself but there are religious ways to retain some grasp of DQ
    that is excluded in SOM. You said:

    Mark 11-4-04: Well, i am not. Theistic concerns are, by their nature,
    very largely patterned in social values.

    This is to say that what may have begun at one level cannot play a role
    at another, even being transformed,
    at what level do neurons contribute for example? I see this as a bit of
    a dated comment, assuming
    that our culture only moves forward and away from the religious eras,
    just as romanticism keeps
    re-emerging so will religious thought. In terms of religious thought, to
    exclude what is happening in practice,
    some of the most interesting thought currently happening is appearing
    out of the post-secular side
    of philosophy and theology, and is going beyond post-modernism. But this
    is early days and few people are yet
    aware of it, keep your eyes open for it, I am pretty sure a post-secular
    change is coming, and I think this is
    a positive way of breaking out of SOM. We need to learn from each other
    and not be so sure that our perspective
    is as broad as we like to think in our more confined moments.

    David M

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