>Perhaps something I realized last night would be helpful here. Our small
>group is studying Romans, and something that was said caused me to think
>about just how we put our minds under the lordship of Jesus Christ. It
>came to me that the real problem is putting our will under His lordship.
>Then the mind will be more amenable to function in His service. In the
>twentieth century we put a lot os stress on the mind, and tend to think of
>it as that which directs what we do. It's really important, but our will
>directs what we do. So the challenge of putting one's mind under the
>lordship of Christ is not a challenge of checking our brain at the church
>door, but one of putting our will under his lordship. Then -- I believe --
>the mind will cooperate without being suppressed.
I think this point is often mentioned by C.S. Lewis, the issue of
surrendering our will to God. We must all do that--now while alive rather
than when dead and have no choice of the consequences. "Thy will be done, on
earth as it is on heaven." Not my will, but thy will! Of course, those
scientists who are rebellious may not be in a position to honestly search
for the truth.