But sometimes science is religious belief, eh? Such as, say, Global Warming. Or the descent of mankind by evolution.
As a free-speech matter, I don't understand how you can get a masters in theology, or in delusional Women's Studies, but somehow not a masters in theologically based scientific theory.
If you read Newton, you find that he considered his theories based on theology. Are today's edu-mication commissions better than Newton? . . . Er, no.
secular humanism is a religous order that believes every man is a god.
>>”Religious belief is not science, Texas Commissioner of Higher Education Raymund Paredes said.
>But sometimes science is religious belief, eh? Such as, say, Global Warming. Or the descent of mankind by evolution.
Heck, try advocating abiogenic oil theory in American Academia: the result seems very much like a religious person’s shock at someone’s unbelief.