reperiendi

Theocosmology

Posted in Math, Theocosmology by Mike Stay on 2007 June 18

David H. Bailey is an LDS mathematician, perhaps best known for his work on the “spigot algorithm” for pi. He has written rather extensively on the relationship between science and LDS theology.

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  1. D said, on 2007 June 20 at 11:48 am

    That’s an interesting collection. Here’s one quote that made me think:
    “You’re forced to the conclusion that God was trying to mislead us and test our faith –and I have trouble with that kind of conjecture.”
    [F. Collins, evangelical biologist, 2006]
    He’s talking here about evolution, but I was thinking of it in terms of how people say that God had to maintain a balance so that the evidence for the Book of Mormon isn’t compelling, so that you have a choice whether to believe. That seems disingenuous of God in the same way.


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