The Reality of Experience

Once the respective claims of the advocates of science and the advocates of religion are understood, one realizes that they are not fundamentally different.  Both sides put forth a claim that can’t be confirmed, and therefore the difference in the claims is only an assumed difference.  Whether the Other is God or the World is of no fundamental significance because neither God nor the world is knowable.  And, in addition, whether what is real is God or the World is hardly worth arguing about when neither side knows what reality is or whether it is God or the World.        

William Call—The Reality of Experience

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