Heart of Matter: “Ideas of the Sacred”

“Teilhard understood that our idea of nature has changed along with our ideas of the sacred largely because science and technology have redefined our world. The scientific and technological transformation of nature belongs to the new story of religion.”

Ilia Delio, The Not-Yet God: Carl Jung, Teilhard de Chardin and the Relational Whole

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 “Teilhard supo entender que nuestra idea de la naturaleza ha cambiado, así como nuestras concepciones de lo sagrado. Ello se debe en gran parte a que la ciencia y la tecnología han redefinido nuestro mundo. La transformación científica y tecnológica de la naturaleza forma parte de una nueva historia de la religión.”

Ilia Delio, The Not-Yet God: Carl Jung, Teilhard de Chardin and the Relational Whole

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  1. Jerome austin McNicholl on June 19, 2024 at 8:46 am

    We forget that the science revolution came out of a 17th cy Christian europe but treated it as a divergence instead of a new path to a fuller more realized Christianity.

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