On a Reblog Oops

Today, I was planned my first reblog – but I messed it up – thus plan B – a link.

It’s been some time since I’ve written about the interchange between science and religion, but when I read Nancy’s post in late January, I knew this was reblog worthy. That’s where the mistake occurred because I was thinking I could save the reblog as a draft, then post. Wrong! It reblogged when I didn’t want it to causing me to delete the reblog that I didn’t want to do – so as far as WordPress is concerned, I’ve already reblogged her post.

When it comes to the interchange between science and religion, I am a self-taught observer on the subject, which is a story in itself that I’ve written about here somewhere in these pages. Like me, Nancy is a layperson interested in the topic, but I respectfully recognize Nancy as being higher up the knowledge ladder than I.

I encourage everyone to follow this link to read Nancy’s post. Feel free to comment there as well because Nancy replies to comments. Enjoy – and hopefully I will be successful in my next attempt at reblogging.

31 thoughts on “On a Reblog Oops

    • Guapo,
      The topic is both deeper and more complex than many realize – after all, (at least in my opinion), the concept of making a choice between the two is a popular misconception. Glad you visited Nancy and thanks for commenting here as well.

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    • Rastelly,
      Welcome first-time commenter. The body of knowledge available to each of us is huge, and growing are a crazy rate – thus endless opportunities for us to learn and grow. To many, the science and religion debate is about one forcing to make a choice of one side or another, but there are many who don’t believe that. Unfortunately, that number is smaller than the one believing in forcing a choice. Glad to know that you enjoyed Nancy’s post. Thanks for stopping by and commenting.

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  1. Thank you for visiting my blog. I am glad to meet with you and with your blog. It would be nice to be your follower and also Thanks for introducing me this blog too. Science and Religion is a very interesting and also I think so popular subject in these days… With my love, nia

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    • Nia,
      Welcome first-time commenter and thanks for the kind words. The Categories list shows that my posts cover a wide range of topics – including science and religion – and if you are interested in that topic, I invite you to see visit that category. One thing for sure, it is an interesting topic! Thanks for taking the time to stop by and I hope you return.

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  2. Frank. Love the link to Nancy. Very thought provoking post. This is the comment I left on her blog:

    Nancy, I jumped over from Frank’s blog. I really appreciate your post. It’s a conversation that Christians need to start having more and more, and louder and louder. I am a Christian and believe that science and the Bible go hand-in-hand: science tells us where, when, and how; the Bible tells us Who and why, and God created it all. I can’t imagine life without the glories of science that has been discovered and is yet to come. The Bible says we see through a very dark glass and I think that pertains to both science and the Bible. Without science, the Bible becomes a cartoonish fairy tale; without the Bible, science becomes a rudderless ship of ill-defined purpose and hopelessness. I think both are saying: stay tuned–all will be revealed!

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  3. Thanks Frank. I really appreciate your help. I’ve had two violators (that I know of). One I resolved, the other one refused to respond. The worst of it was that she canabalized my post and reblogged only the parts she wanted to. Consequently, it was a disjointed mess and very disrespectful to me and the work. All the best.

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