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CONTROVERSIAL STATEMENTS AHEAD—The belief in the immaculate conception and resurrection of Jesus Christ is completely compatible with a materialistic, scientific understanding of the Universe.
Jesus Christs admittedly miraculous existence appears to violate humanly-testable laws of physics, namely that of the conservation of matter. Jesus, apparently genetically and corporeally intact, appears in the uterus of the Virgin Mary, and then, 30 years later, his body vanishes into the ether.
The laws of physics must be accepted as such: they are predictive tools, compounded from vast processes of observation and inductive reasoning. They describe past events, and are pretty damn good at predicting stuff that's about to happen.
But let us think about what the biological sciences tell us. We, Homo sapiens, are a species like any other, that has emerged along a particular rootlet of the biological family. Do we, scientists, still cling to the myths of Genesis and accord special status to the naked ape? Are we not just another race of vicious animals? What makes the cants of humans different than the warblings of birds or the humming of bacterial macromolecules? What demarcates the existential myths and ponderings of human scholars from the cryptic yearnings of hungry of aphids and intestinal flukes who prod and probe their own dangerous worlds?
Why is our science THE science? Is it 'cause we're humans and we rock?
Back to Adam, buddy.
Do bacteria on a slide understand a murderous alcohol swab? Have they ever seen an alcoholic swab in their multisecond lifetimes? Is sudden and spontaneous massacre something that bacterial inquiry (whatever that is like!) has accommodated -- or is it something "unexplained"? "Miraculous", even? Could bacteria even understand "alcohol swab" if they tried?
"Alcohol swab. Can't explain that."
When we scientists come across accounts of the "miraculous" or the "unexplained", let us try not to dismiss these accounts, as though we were to stupid to think through the ramifications of our own work. To do so would style ourselves as the very Gods we purport to despise.
As human animals, there may well be beings whose whole nature we will never be able to comprehend and ensconce in our familiar lexicon. The accounts of Jesus might be accounts of an encounter with one such creature, as opposed to some ergot-fueled horseshit from the ancient Levant.
Human-physics works for us (fairly well). Jesus-physics might work for Jesus (whatever He is).
—COME AT ME ATHEISTS
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—Second Year Sweetie
Female spring time frolickers—Fairest ladies of Whitman,
I can feel spring in the air and in my body creating all kinds of interesting urges. Who wants to come frolick with me, explore the origins of this? Walk nature's hallways, feel the sun on our faces and see where that path might take us? Who am I, you ask? A tall, dark and handsome creature of the East.