Mathematics meets Religion

God can’t make 2 + 2 = 5


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2 Responses to Mathematics meets Religion

  1. “there’s math, and everything else is debatable” -chris rock

    • odeboyz says:

      Actually I firmly believe that Maths is atemporal in the sense that it doesn’t rely on anything that is situation specific. 2+2=4 is axiomatic and can’t be falsified once the original premise is accepted. In a strange way I’m sort of platonist in this one. Thanks for your comment.

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