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….



  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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