Religion

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A basic "religion icon", a mixture the "unseen god" (Stewart-Tait, 1875[1]; Ball, 2015[2]) and neo-popular "emergent property"[3] halo model of water.

In terminology, religion (TR:1103) (LH:25) (TL:1128), from the Latin re-, meaning: “hold back”, + -legare, meaning: “to bind”, refers to a belief, belief system, creed, or set of doctrines of an individual, or that unite a group of people.

Quotes

The following are related quotes:

“Cosmology is a kind of religion for intelligent atheists.”
Stephen Hawking (c.1962), description to his wife, when they first met, about himself [4]

End matter

References

  1. Tyndall-Stewart-Tait debate – Hmolpedia 2020.
  2. Ball, Philip. (2015). Invisible: the Dangerous Allure of the Unseen (thermodynamics, 5+ pgs; theological thermodynamics, pg. 140). University of Chicago.
  3. Emergent property – Hmolpedia 2020.
  4. Hawking, Stephen. (1962), “comment to first wife”; cited in film “Theory of Everything” (2014); cited by William Craig (2015) in talk (YT)

External links

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