Gödel and the resurrection

by Neil Rickert

This is just too funny.

Seen in a comment on an ID blog:

Of note: It might surprise some to learn that Godel’s incompleteness theorem actually supports the resurrection of Christ

Yet they wonder why people laugh at ID proponents, why some folk call them IDiots.

3 Comments to “Gödel and the resurrection”

  1. It supports the Second Coming too. Jesus has to come back and prove all the unprovable statements. Can’t leave them dangling.


  2. You might be interested in a recently published book that discusses the resurrection – Cover Up: How the Church Silenced Jesus’s True Heirs by Lawrence Goudge. In this book, Goudge proposes that the Jewish followers of Jesus preserved the beliefs and practices of the original apostles: Peter, James and John. Therefore, the true heretics were those who created the new religion of the dying God (anathema to Peter James and John). Cover-Up: How the Church Silenced Jesus’s True Heirs exposes the church’s hypocrisy in first silencing those who truly followed Jesus and then exterminating them, just as they did the Cathars.  I found it here http://tinyurl.com/69cazll. Let me know what you think of it.


  3. I have some mathematical and logical arguments against some Christian theological conceptions in my philosophical complements to the foundations of mathematics, section “Concrete examples” : http://settheory.net/metamathematics
    I also wrote some physical arguments on the absurdity of the specific biblical miracles, even under the general assumption that God can make miracles, in the page http://antispirituality.net/religion


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