The Magazine of The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America


Is your God too small?

Science and religion must combine their visions to comprehend our unimaginable cosmos and its unlimited Creator

Human beings are reality seekers. Our need to know what reality is all about makes us different from all other life-forms. But in recent centuries we've been divided. We've used two competing stories--one primarily scientific, the other religious--to define our reality.

Society, too, has had a split personality. In part it's quite religious, in part very scientific. But it's seldom both--at the same time and in the same person.

We need a new unified story, rooted in fresh perspectives of the oneness at the heart of reality, a story that sees the deep complementarity between scientific and religious understandings of the universe.

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