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Mr DArcy's Avatar Jump to comment 4 by Mr DArcy

The trick is to develop a path that feeds the doubt, that re-invigorates the question, that keeps the mystery alive. That might be a good definition of religion.

I think this author got that bit right. The more "mystery" the more obscure the view of the world. If that's a reason for Rowan Williams, (Archbishop of Cant), to be happy, then ignorance is indeed, bliss. What was that old saying: "A fool can ask more questions in 5 minutes than a wise man can answer in 5 years".

When the theologians eventually do come up with "answers", reality invariably proves them wrong. Keep it vague, keep it vague! Don't let the dog see the rabbit.

Mon, 28 Dec 2009 08:27:00 UTC | #426345