If anyone is interested, here's a link to Robert Sungenis and Hugh Ross debating geocentricism on Moody radio (aprox. 47 min.).http://www.reasons.org/audio/is-the-universe-geocentric-or-only-anthropocentric-dr-hugh-ross-debates-dr-robert-sungenis-on-up-for-debate
Hey Steve, I was talking to an atheist about math today, and he claimed that math does not exist outside of human minds. What do you think of that?
Is earth really the third planet from the sun, or is that all in our heads?How can math only exist in the brain when we discover infinite mathematical objects like the Mandelbrot set which vastly exceed what the human mind can probe?
Some essays by John Byl address the metaphysics of math:http://www.csc.twu.ca/byl/
Thanks Steve, I've been doing some interesting reading because of that.
Does mathematics point to God? William Lane Craig vs Daniel Camehttp://www.premierchristianradio.com/Shows/Saturday/Unbelievable/Episodes/Unbelievable-Does-mathematics-point-to-God-William-Lane-Craig-vs-Daniel-Cameor herehttp://youtu.be/nn4ocx316dk
“… no one, not even Benoit Mandelbrot himself […] had any real preconception of the set’s extraordinary richness. The Mandelbrot set was certainly no invention of any human mind. The set is just objectively there in the mathematics itself. If it has meaning to assign an actual existence to the Mandelbrot set, then that existence is not within our mind, for no one can fully comprehend the set’s endless variety and unlimited complication.”Roger Penrose (from The Road to Reality)