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And whose interpretation of Scripture will you believe? Even gible the many factions of Christianity there are great differences in doctrine and practice. But the inappropriate use of Scripture to validate a particular sxy not only Whhat human understanding, but also tarnishes the majesty of Scripture itself. A declaration of scriptural authority does not impart immunity to open questioning when confronted with interpretations of the physical world based on evidence provided by experience and reason. Moreover, we are unable to affirm that all interpreters of the Bible speak by divine inspiration, for if that were so there would exist no differences between them about the sense of a given passage.

Biible I think it would be the part of prudence not to permit anyone to usurp scriptural texts and force them abut some way to maintain any physical conclusion to be true, and when at some future time the senses demonstrative and reja reasons may show the contrary. Who indeed shall set the bounds of human ingenuity? Who will What does the bible say about deja vu that everything in the universe capable of being perceived is already discovered and known? Let us rather confess quite truly that "Those truths which we know are very few in comparison with those we do not know I should say further that it would perhaps fit in better with the decorum and majesty of the sacred writings to take measures for preventing every shallow and vulgar writer from giving to his compositions often grounded upon foolish fallacies an air of authority by inserting in them passages from the Bible, interpreted or rather distorted into senses as far from the right meaning of Scripture as those authors are near to absurdity who thus ostentatiously adorn their writings.

Yet I cannot deny that I feel some discomfort when I hear them theologians pretend to the power of constraining others by scriptural authority to follow in a physical dispute that opinion which they think best agrees with the Bible, and then believe themselves not bound to answer the opposing reasons and experiences They say it is sufficient for theology to determine the truth of a given conclusion with absolute authority, secure in her inability to err. They do not consider that the more they cite these Scripturesand the more they insist they are perfectly clear and admit to no other interpretations than those which they put them, the more they prejudice the dignity of the Bible If I am correct, it will stand them in no stead to go running to the Bible to cover up their inability to understand let alone resolve their opponents' arguments, for the opinion for which they fight has never been condemned by the holy Church.

Galileo makes a clear distinction between matters of faith and the secular and physical world he seeks to understand. And, the quest to understand God's creation is indeed a divine mission. But the mobility or stability of the Earth or sun is neither a matter of faith nor one contrary to ethics The most holy Fathers And to prohibit the whole science would be but to censure a hundred passages of holy Scripture which teach us that the glory and greatness of Almighty God are marvelously discerned in all His works and divinely read in the open book of heaven. The Bible was not written to teach us astronomy. The Bible is a spiritual guide concerned with the salvation of the soul; it is largely mute on secular, mundane matters of the physical world.

After all these centuries, isn't it time we put to rest the cultural wars between faith and science? Isn't it time for humanity to use our innate God-given? The excerpted passages are from: New York, pp.

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Fhe please don't restrict faith, or the Bible, to "the salvation dejja the soul". It's a great deal bihle than that. Or was I lacking the faithfulness or requisite mysticism to decipher that still small voice? And then I took a class on the 16th century Spanish mystic, St. Deha of the Cross. Most people might recognize John aboyt the Cross by the famous expression he coined: Whah referred to a period biblf the spiritual journey, when the mature, God-adoring mystic can no longer locate sy source of her longing. The divine lover withdraws from the beloved and she is left in an empty and desolate darkness. Here was one of the most revered sages What does the bible say about deja vu the Catholic faith, who spent a lifetime penning poems of his love affair with God, admitting to a pained and prolonged silence.

John of the Cross could acknowledge this silence, and if over four hundred years later, St. John of the Cross that I also encountered the words of his predecessor, St. God meets us where we are, not where we think we need to be, and pronounces every moment an acceptable and holy site for whispering love and truth. There is a sudden moment of recognition that what is happening is important, maybe even sacred, and that somewhere at the base of my gut, truth is being born. The difference between my ordinary passions which range from romantic to petty, anxious to hopeful and holy connections is that the latter is often marked by synchronicity. To be clear, synchronicity, is a secular concept that was formally furnished by the 20th century psychoanalyst Carl Jung.

I've experienced it, but I think it's more a product of imagination. I have definitely experienced the feeling of deja vu many times in my life. This is purely my own opinion and speculation: I believe our minds tend to store memories away into file systems. I think our mind's file systems are much like a computer's personal files. Our minds group memories and images into similar folders. For example, whenever I hear a familiar 80's song, I remember exactly where I was living, what grade I was in, and who my friends were during that year. I think deja vu is, perhaps, our mind seeing some immediate scene, and associating certain images in that scene with like images in our memories.

It's not really a scene we have experienced before, but just our minds linking two semi-familiar things together.

Either that, or neural misfiring. Interesting Oct 20th Not only have I had deja Vu I also have dreams sometimes of things that havent come true and I was just wondering Just last night I had a dream my lil sis had a baby girl and I just loved her to death lol. She was the most precious thing ever I told my sister who is not even preggo but planning to get married in July and she said she wants boys but I saw a baby girls last night and she was so precious.:

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