reaches into the unknown for the universe before the Big Bang ... Is this
a physics problem, a cosmology problem, or a theology problem? I say separate
the science from theology then both God and man will be better off in the end."<
Since I agree with the acclaimed cosmologist, Lawrence Krauss, that God and Science don't mix ("A scientist can be a believer. But professionally, at least,
he can't act like one."), I also agree with you that science and
theology should be separated. [my #3 post with the Krauss reference was deleted]
However, I include "theology" in the realm of philosophy & social
science, but relegate it to pop philosophy, pop psychology, and pop soft
drinks, i.e., it is not only sugar coated, but infused with lots of mentally
unhealthy sweetness that one can get addicted to.
The only rational position for the creation problem is "we don't
know". That is HONEST, and I don't consider that to be a "real
problem". Although scientific methods are the ONLY way we can
objectively discover and test our common reality, to try and unveil mysteries,
they are limited with their observations & mathematical equations,
especially when the concept of "infinity" is involved. Even a
theory in this area would be ridiculous to take seriously; we depend on logic.
WHO CREATED THE CREATOR?
Let's be practical. Why should we care? (outside of our natural
Why should that creation question matter in our short life on this one out of