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February 19, 2014 Tags: Worship & Arts

Today's video features Alister McGrath. Please note the views expressed here are those of the author, not necessarily of The BioLogos Foundation. You can read more about what we believe here.

This video is courtesy of filmmaker Ryan Pettey, director/editor of Satellite Pictures.

Sometimes when we wrestle with questions about God, nature, and how faith should inform our lives, it’s easy to feel alone in the fray of voices and information. In this BioLogos video repost, theologian Alister McGrath reminds us that Christians have been wrestling with big questions for a very long time—and that there’s never been just one way of looking at things.

 

Commentary written by the BioLogos editorial team.


Alister McGrath is professor of theology, ministry, and education and head of the Centre for Theology, Religion, and Culture at King’s College, London. He is also involved in theological research and the professional development of clergy from a range of Christian denominations. McGrath has written many books on theology and history, including Luther’s Theology of the Cross and Surprised by Meaning. McGrath is an ordained minister in the Church of England and spends his Sundays pastoring and preaching in a group of rural churches in the beautiful Cotswolds, close to his home in West Oxfordshire.


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Roger A. Sawtelle - #84568

February 20th 2014

“a deeper reading of nature”

Traditionally there is the physical and the metaphysical or the natural and and the supernatural.  

“A deeper reading of nature” indicates that there is no absolute boundary between the natural and the supernatural because there there is something deeper than the physical in nature. 

I agree because the rational does not fit into the definition of the natural or physical, and thus acts as a natural bridge between the physical and the spiritual.

However as long as we maintain a dualistic view of reality between the physical and the metaphysical, we are stuck with a chasm between them.    


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