Wednesday, January 18, 2012

The Story of Science vs. the Story of Religion

The narrative of the natural sciences is not only more likely than the supernatural narratives it also possesses greater explanatory power.

The advantage that religious narratives have is their cultural & emotional identity connection usually developed in childhood and in family units. The religious narrative also has the advantage that it directly consoles the existential anxiety due to human consciousness and its propensity to metaphysical meaning and security.

1 comment:

klatu said...

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