“Science continues to face many question marks, which can indicate the limitation of human understanding and the existence of a dimension of existence that science cannot access.
Believers, for their part, can distance themselves from the hyper-physical conception of God, which is dogmatically put forward in terms of power.
Belief is not about measurable or experiential physical phenomena, but about values that should make people more human, as described in the Good News, among other things. This has to do with a basic qualitative and existential dimension. A person can become more human if he believes in divine values and hopes to share them. Thus his belief becomes a belief in progress, as the divine enters history as an attraction to those who open up to him. This is a story about an ethical event very different from the field of scientific research.”
From: “The question mark sower searches for the meaning of life.” Lanno, 2018, pp. 32-33.
– From Mark Iskins.
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