What Math Says (And Doesn’t Say) About God’s Existence March 18, 2017

What Math Says (And Doesn’t Say) About God’s Existence

Is it possible to use math to come to a conclusion, one way or the other, about God’s existence?

No, but that won’t stop people from trying. The video below points out how people use numbers to justify God’s existence — without taking a stance on it.

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In short, to make this work, you have to make up a lot of numbers and estimate probabilities you just don’t have reliable information about. It’s all speculation. Exactly what you’d expect with faith.

(via AsapSCIENCE)

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