When I was in my youth, the world belonged to Aristotle as the father of hard-edged, logical, empirical science. Plato represented a view that the world of the senses is actually not real at all, but is just a reflection of a greatly different ultimate reality.
That was in the 1970's. A lot has happened since then in terms of our understanding of reality and it has implications for the relation of science and religion.
Christians like to say that science feels…Continue