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A Poem for the City of Cambridge (and all who dig for knowledge)

Job 28 (ESV)   “Man puts his hand to the flinty rock     and overturns mountains by the roots.    He cuts out channels in the rocks,     and his eye sees every precious thing.    He dams up the streams so that they do not trickle,     and the thing that is hidden he brings out to light.   […]

Faith and Reason Part II: When Knowledge Becomes an Idol

I established in an earlier post that faith and reason, although different, ought to be viewed as gifts from God that enhance one another. They need not sit in contradiction. For the benefit of insomniacs everywhere, what I plan to discuss in this post is what happens when reason and faith are used out of their intended contexts, […]