Re: The Universe in a Single Atom

From: Gregory Arago <>
Date: Wed Sep 21 2005 - 06:48:17 EDT

"This seems to be a rather lopsided type of integration of reason and faith. Science gets to trump faith at every turn. On the other hand, can any of you really cite an example where faith and revelation affected science? (not the metaphysical meaning of science)" - Randy Isaac
These thoughts reflect almost exactly what I was thinking after hearing/seeing Canon Dr. Arthur Peacocke speak about "Theology in an Age of Science." He seemed ready, willing and able to let science redefine and re-form his perspectives about God, faith and religion, whereas it didn't appear that the opposite pathway (faith and revelation affecting science) was open. His re-writing/re-speaking of the first lines of Genesis for his modernist 'Age of Science' view(s) is quite revealing.
g. arago
p.s. the book title may suggest a comparison: Julian of Norwich and the Dalai Lama

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