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Wednesday, August 03, 2005

Stop Quoting Shea!!!

I end up refering back to a Mark Shea blog or article too much...

But today's article at Catholic Exchange had a great point:

Religion, they say, should be simple, not complex. They say this because moderns imagine religious truth as an airy speculation, unconnected to "real life," which somebody got a bunch of people to buy into. That's why we think Christianity could be made simple if "The Church" wanted to make it so, but we never imagine DNA could be made simple if "The Scientists" wanted to make it so. We know that Science is constrained to describe what is actually there, not what scientists would like to be there. But we have somehow forgotten that Theology is under the same obligation.


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