Harry Biltz on Noticing That Modern Science Has Rendered Atheism Irrational
As a Catholic who made his living writing computer software, I have an interest in science as well as in what's going on these days in what is still mistakenly referred to as "Catholic" higher education. Any number of those who teach in these academies are willing to take contemporary atheism seriously, yet I wonder how many of them realize that modern science has rendered it irrational. Those who do realize it must be more committed to being accepted by atheistic academia than to promulgating orthodox Christianity.
For the fact is t . . .
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