Daily Archives: 16/01/2012

Paradigms and thinking the unthinkable

When Luther nailed his 95 theses to the door of the church in Wittenburg it heralded a paradigm shift in the Church (and at that time therefore the culture) of Western Europe. Once there was widespread rejection of the assumption that the ultimate arbiter both of salvation and state power was the Roman Church, everything changed.

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William Dembski interview

A very interesting, and extensive, interview with DembskiĀ  here. Isn’t it interesting how little relationship what his many detractors say has to do with the man himself?

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