Monday, August 22, 2005

religion | moby.com

religion | moby.com

Some interesting thoughts from a modern day philosopher in Moby-a man who's music I really enjoy. I don't agree with everything he has to say about life, but he's certainly a dude who's asking some big questions about the world-and that I respect.

Here's a snippet of what he says:

we know things about our universe and about our world and about ourselves that make our previously held ideas about human significance utterly absurd. in order to move forward we need to accept that how we understand ourselves in the future has to be informed by what we know about ourselves from a quantum perspective.
and luckily, there's not a christian(or new testament)perspective that compels us to hold on to much of tradition.
many christians might disagree, but i would ask them to cite scripture to support their dissent.


Check the link above for the rest

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