Alexander Pruss on Scientific Rigour

Cookie-cutter scienceGiven the debate raging on JT’s Progressive Enslavement: The Seductions of Scientism I thought it timely to share this comment left on The Prosblogion by Baylor University Associate Professor of Philosophy and blogger Alexander Pruss,

“Given the pessimistic meta-induction, or given the fact that we know that at least one of the two central theories in physics (relativity and quantum mechanics) is false (since the two are incompatible), I don’t think scientific standards of proof should be something for Christians to aspire to. We should aspire to something stronger. And the fact is that the Christian apologetic tradition does contain many very strong arguments.”

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