Tuesday, November 22, 2022
“To separate theology from science and philosophy is to destroy the cosmic genetic code. By keeping these disciplines distinct and apart, life cannot develop coherently, as a whole.”
Ilia Delio’s, The Hours of the Universe
“Separar la teología de la ciencia y la filosofía es destruir el código genético cósmico. Si mantenemos estas disciplinas separadas y aparte, no podremos interpretar la vida como un todo.”
Ilia Delio, The Hours of the Universe
What is being moved? What is being asked?
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Live with paradox.
They are changing the art work at my church. I have suggested that they display some of the pictures from the James Webb telescope as well. We need to bring science into the church.
As discrete categories all three are mere abstractions, threads plucked from a unified field that enfolds them all (and all things) without distinction. Their apparent difference is no difference at all, save as the contrived categories of mortals blind to the one crossover element (singularity) common to them all, using different language to describe it. Ice, steam, and fog are all substantively H2O, irrespective of their different appearing forms, and the subsequent names ascribed to each.
To separate theology from science and philosophy is to deny the fundamental importance of integral ecology.
A call to interconnectedness.