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Wednesday, November 6, 2013

NoPhi (16-3)

Wed. November 6th

In class we discussed the various stages of Darwinian evolution and the probablities of it's likely hood and if the factual evidence that supports it is being interpreted correctly. Also the discussion of religion and it's capability with evolution. Is science a road block for religion or can it work in harmony?

Dr. Oliver asked us to come up with any questions we might have for Carlin Romano and post them so he can access them in time for the Fall Lyceum.

8 comments:

  1. Anonymous12:35 PM CST

    Abigail Jones

    FQ: Who was a German philosopher, economist, sociologist, historian, journalist, and revolutionary socialist? Marx
    DQ: what do you think about Marx's theories about society, economics and politics?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FosfvOdXrrw

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  2. Ricky (16-3)3:02 PM CST

    FQ: Kierkegaard wrote ___________ which focused on the biblical story of God's call on Abraham to sacrifice Isaac. (Fear and Trembling)
    DQ: Do you think Abraham was a good guy/did the right thing? He was about to kill his child because God told him to, would you sacrifice your child if God told you to?

    Kierkegaard-Sea of Faith
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SmYVl4sgYr4

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  3. Anonymous3:06 PM CST

    Anthony Helton 16-3
    FQ: At what age did Bloom enter college? Fifteen
    DQ: "I am not a conservative — neo or paleo. Conservatism is a respectable outlook... I just do not happen to be that animal." Why did Bloom say this?
    Link:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-15fOEovI0o

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  4. FQ: Why did Howe start writing? He didn't think he was good enough at speeches.

    DQ: Could you trust your parents if they told you they were going to kill you because God told them to?

    Link: http://www.wopa-stamps.com/index.php?controller=country&action=stampRelatedIssue&id=7525 Denmark came out with a Kierkegaard stamp!

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  5. unique-section16/group311:14 PM CST

    Because science and religion explain life in 2 completely different ways i dont see them working together. however, you never know.

    FQ: what is the belief that philosophical thinking begins with the human subject—not merely the thinking subject, but the acting, feeling, living human individual? (Existentialism)
    DQ:do your consider yourself an existentialism? What is your meaning to life?

    LOL http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=Existentialism&FORM=HDRSC2#view=detail&id=A5BA4A69240592669EEB3163439DAE4EBAE6D85D&selectedIndex=1

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  6. Anonymous9:11 AM CST

    E.E(16.3)
    FQ: Who created Communism and put it into practice? Marx

    FQ: How does Abraham receive this message from God to kill his son? Is he a psycho just making things up?

    little bibliography about Kierkegaard
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CDuBwp5iPKg

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  7. (16-2) I think religion and science can, to an extent, be used in harmony. That extent is dependent upon each person and the mindset they have concerning both.

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  8. Courtney 16-312:02 PM CST

    I am all for science working in harmony with religion. Not everything is explained in the Bible. Also, I personally enjoy finding out just how perfectly everything is created. I just say it proves just how impressive and amazing my God is.
    FQ: Who was the nineteenth-century Danish philosopher and Christian theologian who is credited with being a father of existentialism?- Soren Kierkegaard
    DQ: If you were in Abraham's place would you have sacrificed your own son?
    Link: http://www.ccel.org/k/kierkegaard/selections/trembling.htm

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