“It all comes down to science vs. faith.”
This comment from a Quiner’s Diner reader accurately captures the times. But it shouldn’t.
Some fundamentalist adherents of various religions hold faith-based beliefs which fly in the face of science.
By the same token, some atheists and scientists hold beliefs they claim are based on science even when they fly in the face of science, religion, and philosophy …
I’d like to present a fascinating mystery for my readers who are atheists.
The day was December 9th, 1531. It was the Feast of the Immaculate Conception in the Spanish Empire.
A peasant by the name of Juan Diego was walking and encountered the vision of a teenage girl bathed in light.
She asked the peasant to have a church built on this site in her name.
Who was she?