Tripp Black April 17 2012 11:02:01 PMModern Christianity and Physics Don't Mix?
Do you think that modern Christianity is intimidated by science's advances?
I grew up seeing Christianity on the defensive with Science. My public schooling reinforced religion as archaic and pre-historic superstition. I was surprised when I found out as a young adult that our great scientists in history actually did not separate the universe from a creationism origin, they mixed the two freely believing there was one or more creators depending if the scientist was Greek or a Christian flavored one in the modern age. I also found it ironic that the Church was often threatened and called them heretics. With love like that it's amazing they did believe in God still. Only in the last couple hundred years have we seen the relationship of our DNA and structure to confirm that all life is basically evolved pond scum seeded by accident from an asteroid that somehow was seeded somewhere else brought base components of the amino acids and proteins to earth to get life kick started.
Oh but wait, those right-wing nuts, aren't just stupid Neanderthals clinging to religion and guns, they got their own version of the everything theory. I'm looking forward to seeing if they mix again.
A group of Christians start with light as particles and wavelengths are baseline of everything:
The secular scientists seem have to broken down a bit but are still working on it approaching it from a dazzling myriad of directions:
Why do I think this is important?
Music is nothing but math combined with imagination and emotion. The only thing is that we derive emotion to such a point that we can have spiritual connections. Doesn't matter if you are New Age or pick any other religion. The music theory of everything will have to include the human soul and emotion. That will be very interesting indeed. So far the secular evolutionists seem to be behind, but they've only been doing it for say 200 years rather than 1000s of known history.