Entries by Scott Symington

Cameras of the Watchman: The Reality of the Relationship between Science and Theology (part 3/3)

Scott Symington 3.3.4 Complex / Contextual   A couple that really loves each other, may still have a history of ups and downs, especially relationships susceptible to psychological and other influences. Marriage counselors will often hear, “It’s complex”, in reference to how the relationship is going.   Historians of science and religion have come to […]

Cameras of the Watchman: The Reality of the Relationship between Science and Theology (part 2/3)

Scott Symington 3.3 Third Intersection: 4 Types of Interaction Any two valid forms of knowledge (as defined previously), for example, physics and mathematics, science and philosophy, history and archeology, theology and science, theology and history, either can or do not interact. If two valid sources do interact, then there is a continuum of agreement upon […]

Cameras of the Watchman: The Reality of the Relationship between Science and Theology

Part 1/3 Scott Symington Medical Physicist, Department of Radiation Oncology, Allegiance Health Initial draft September 1999, current version April 2015   Abstract You are fast approaching an “orange” light, within just moments you naturally use viewpoints including physics, history, observation and ethics to arrive at a conclusion to either stop, or pass through. Similarly, most […]

Life of Pi, Only 3.14% Accurate

Life of Pi, Only 3.14% Accurate Scott Symington An interesting encounter at sea is reported in the Naval Institute’s official magazine, Proceedings. A battleship had been at sea on maneuvers in heavy weather. A lookout reported a light in the distance, so the captain had the signalman send a message: “We are on a collision […]