Posted: Apr 21, 2019 11:34 am
by Pridefel Knowitelz
Hermit wrote:
Pridefel Knowitelz wrote:
Spearthrower wrote:
Pridefel Knowitelz wrote:

Do you think we would be further ahead if it had been atheists who started the scientific tradition?

What scientific tradition?

You've used lots of words, but those words clearly mean something different to you than to me.

Perhaps you'd best unpack... in a relevant thread on a topic of your choosing, rather than on this thread which has a very clear and specific remit. There's an entire forum here with ample subfora for you to select which is most appropriate.

I'll be happy to answer your questions there once you explain what it is you want to ask.

Science, the progression of it, would it have advanced further if atheists had been the majority of scientists, is what I'm asking.

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Spearthrower wrote:
Pridefel Knowitelz wrote:[quote="Spearthrower";p=", are you interested in discussion at all, or merely intent on asking a question, then immediately moving on to asking another?

I replied to your previous one in this post. Looks like that was a waste of time. You're not really interested in debating anything, are you?

Sorry if you feel that I was deliberately ignoring you, but you posted a couple of graphs showing that roughly half of scientists are theists. Ok fine. I'm not sure what response you expected. You want me to just keep asking you more and more questions? I don't really have anything to add other than fair enough, half of scientists are theists. Besides, apparently I'm being off topic so if there's anything else you want to add I'm sure we can discuss it over at Spearthrower's bizarre new thread (link in his post above).