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The argument that science is rooted in christianity is fallacious, many scientists believe in a principle called "determinism" which is pretty much the same as "fatalism" and many scientists believe in the possibility of the simulation hypothesis. And like I said the renaissance scientists who where christian and contributed to the creation of modern science did not discover what they did because of christ
And lastly Kennedy and Newcombe's claim that the inquisition was not christian is blatantly false, it was entirely done in the name of catholicism. (Which is probably the worst form of christianity other than mormonism)
It wasn't Christian. What is a Christian? Someone who is a devout follower of Jesus Christ. Catholicism is very different than Christianity, and it's more works based than Christianity. An actual follower of Jesus Christ would never actually do with what happened in the inquisition.
If there is no basis or foundation then it's weak and falls apart very quickly. Thank you for agreeing on me about how value is basically meaningless. If that's the case when people suffer a tragedy don't pretend to be sorry for their loss of a loved one, or act like you care because after all like you said nothing has value. That's the problem with the worldview that you hold. It's weak, and has no foundation.
It actually does because if it isn't then what is human worth? It's subjective then. Human worth can be defined as you interpret it. If you like getting drunk, or having sex all the time because that makes you valuable. Then go right ahead nobody is stopping you.
We actually wouldn't be more advanced. We have many things thanks to Christianity and what an impact it has done of us. Check the link for all of the lists of what Christianity has done.
It's not actually. If you did a little research you find many verses in the Bible that say to take care of the earth.