What if God exists outside of scientific detection? – Modern Koans

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Question: What if God exists outside of scientific detection?

It’s not a matter of “what if”. That is a fact. the “radar” of scientific detection is our senses and any extensions that we create for them (for example a microscope or a telescope).

As science and philosophy have methodically debunked the various anthropomorphic characterizations of God, the only remaining possible “definitions” of God are those that assert that “God” is not observable.

This is the space in which the mystery lies.

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The riddles of God are more satisfying than the solutions of man. ― G.K. Chesterton

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