Stephen Friberg’s Latest in HuffPost

Stephen Friberg’s Latest in HuffPost

Stephen Friberg
Stephen Friberg

Common Ground Group contributor Stephen Friberg (an experimental physicist by calling) has a new piece in the Huffington Post timed to coincide with the “debate” between Bill Nye (the Science Guy) and Ken Hamm (who is apparently arguing the case for a young earth, created whole). The piece is entitled: “A Bahá’í Take on the Science and Religion Debate” and can be read at this link:

A highlight of the article, for me was this,

Men and women of goodwill should work together to lay the issue to rest where it belong — along with other dead or dying 19th-century ideological battles. It is just diversion and a side-show to our main task, which is to work together towards that necessary and long-hoped for goal of peace and prosperity for all the countries and peoples of the world, regardless of their beliefs — or lack thereof. — Stephen Friberg.

I encourage one and all to go forth and read the article.

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  1. Personally, I can’t see how there can ever be peace and prosperity for all countries and peoples of the world. After all, people are imperfect, sinful, most people are a mixture of good and bad. Even if mostly good, they can get angry and do something hurtful. When I was a child, I used to believe in the promised communist utopia, but later I found out it would be impossible to achieve, no utopia is possible. All we can do is try to improve things.

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