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    Is Sikh Philosophy Empiricism Or Rationalism?

    Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh, I am really intrigued by an idea that is forming from reading Gurbani, that Guru Nanak describes an epistemology that is actually somewhere in between rationalism and empiricism but more like a unique kind of empiricism. I realize this may not be...
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    General Sikhi And Creationism

    Hello SPN! I have been a lurker for a while, but now I finally made an account. I have a question/discussion. My parents are very strict Sikhs, and whenever I ask them a question they get mad at me. For example, one time I asked my mom why there weren't more Sikhs in the world, and why most...
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    Judaism Kabbalah: A Sacred Science Of The Future?

    Kabbalah: A Sacred Science of the Future Yehuda Berg I enjoyed reading "The Jewish View of Creationism" by Rabbi Adam Jacobs on Huffington Post. Coincidentally, we at Kabbalah Publishing are re-editing one of the Rav's previous works in which he discusses time and space from the perspective of...
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    SciTech Islam, Science And Concerns About Creationism In The Classroom

    Jalees Rehman Assistant Professor of Medicine, University of Chicago Posted: January 1, 2011 08:26 AM I have often been asked why we scientists are so resistant to introducing ideas such as "creation science" in the biology classroom. My first reaction is to say that these ideas are...