i think i agree with you that science might not be the sole arbiter of truth and meaning. i wonder if science can even touch on 'meaning' as that feels to be a human trait. i sometimes wonder if religion is not something that we as a species are predisposed to speculate on due to our ability to conceive meaning in our perceptions. and there's me having a go at theologians for being obtuse!
sorry to cut your, as usual thoughtful and insightful, post short but i have to cook dinner! but i can see contemplative theological thought as an adventure and as you say it's a very complex subject to tackle. catch you later.
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