Saturday, July 07, 2007

summa theologica

A quote from Sigmund Freud is worth mentioning, in light of some heavy-handed criticism of Dawkins and others and their ignorance of theology.
Philosophers stretch the meaning of words until they retain scarcely anything of their original sense; by calling God some vague abstraction which they have created for themselves, they pose as deists, as believers. before the world; they may even pride themselves on having attained a higher and purer idea of God, although their God is nothing but an insubstantial shadow and no longer the mighty personality of religious doctrine.
Most theology, nutshelled



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