Source: KPB Stevens
To my mind, religion only increases its beauty by allowing scientific words and phrases (by which I mean concepts) to change it. When I think about science, I think about it religiously. That doesn’t mean that I try to ignore its truths and make it conform to any dogma. It means that I encounter science through the lens of my faith. I seek to understand the natural world because doing so helps me to understand God.
Rick Searle, on his blog Utopia and Dystopia recently posted on Giordono Bruno, burned at the stake by the Roman Catholic Church in 1600 for speculation about the possibility of there being a plurality of worlds. I liked Rick’s post a lot, and wrote this response: