17 thoughts on “The evolution of the science/faith debate

  1. Well, Augustine was a great fan of Paul the Apostle, who said that faith was proof of propositions for which there was no proof. That’s heavy theology, that.

      1. In a fun parallel world, the “Hippotheocratic” oath was covering all its sides too:

        “I swear by Apollo the Physician and Asclepius and Hygieia and Panaceia and all the gods, and goddesses, making them my witnesses, that I will fulfill according to my ability and judgment this oath and this covenant:”

  2. Enquiring minds want to know: What is the theology of Augustine the Hippo? Does he believe in Ceiling Cat? If not, why not? Is he speciesist?

    1. Well…I don’t know about Ceiling Cat, but I believe in Shoulder Cat.

      I even have proof!

      You see, as I type, there is a cat on my shoulders, and he’s my sole remaining resident deity….

      Cheers,

      b&

  3. Yeah, these gnu atheists are just vile beestes, said Augustine, weeping hippocritical tears as he nommed and nommed in nomine patris et filii et spititus sancti…

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