Re: Reconcilation or Complementarity
Gladwin Joseph (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Wed, 9 Oct 1996 14:41:14 -0700
In order to reconcile a chemist's description of a painting
with that of an artist's description, reimaging terms
appears futile. One needs to accept both views as
compementary to each other and pursue the more profitable
path of seeing the painting through 'n' perspectives.
Every perspective enriches and magnifies, and only through
the eyes of Faith can they lead to worship of the ONE who
IS, in Whom we move and have are being.
In the neverending origins debate could we be
missing the intended teaching of Genesis?
just some thoughts...