Harmony in Creation

There is a natural human longing to understand where we came from. Finite as we are, we fear where we are going and demand understanding of where we came. For this reason, theologies, doctrines, and dogmas become not frameworks around which we develop, and to the best of our abilities, answer the questions of our existence, but rigid courses of supposed understanding.

Faith and Imagination

“I suspect that men have sometimes derived more spiritual sustenance from myths they did not believe than from the religion they professed. To be truly Christian we must both assent to the historical fact and also receive the myth (fact though it has become) with the same imaginative embrace which we accord to all myths.