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A Look Back: The God Of Surprises. — 4 Comments

  1. Fr Kurzynski
    My passion is understanding Pope Francis’ statement in
    Encyclical LAUDATO SI’, On Care Of Our Common Home, Paragraph 239:
    “For Christians, believing in one God who is trinitarian communion
    suggests that the Trinity has left its mark on all creation.”
    as a reasoned argument for the universe structure
    at the atomic to cosmic length scale and present to the Big Bang time
    based on conservation of momentum and energy principles
    established by Galileo, Newton, Emilie du Chatelet, Faraday, Maxwell, Einstein, Noether, de Broglie, Schroedinger and many others
    and as Jesus dimensionally dictated in a simple and direct manner to St Faustina
    in His Divine Mercy self portrait.

    This reasoned approach provides the world population with a positive perspective
    that God is with us
    in addressing developing problems such as global warming, technology development, human rights, military strategies, infrastructure development
    and inquiry into basic scientific issues such as dark matter and dark energy
    as we proceed towards a convergence as envisioned by Teilhard de Chardin.

    This reasoned approach is put in context of:

    Paul to the Romans 8:18
    “Creation itself also will be delivered
    from slavery to corruption
    into the freedom of the glory
    of the sons of God.
    For we know that all creation groans
    and travails in pain until now.”

    • Richard, My goodness! You have obviously given this much thought. Unfortunately, I don’t feel I have sufficient background to comment on your intricate weave. My only thought is that I would suggest simplification to give what you are sharing greater clarity.

  2. Fr. James,
    What an inspiring reflection on your journey to become more engaged in the fields of faith and science. I consider myself a novice at this same journey. Your words make me excited to do more. Especially I look forward to being able to participate in the next workshop.

    • Welcome to the blog! Don’t worry about being a novice on this journey. In many ways, similar to theology, you will always be a novice as exploring faith and science often teaches us how little we know instead of how much we know (at least that’s been my experience). I can’t wait to read you insights!

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