“We may have all the abstract and technological prowess in the universe, but if we lack soul, we’ll lose the spark of divinity, and perhaps ourselves. Religious conceptions just might be the key to resolving the disparities between groups and individuals while safeguarding the distinction between the two.”
About Tylor Lovins
Tylor studied philosophy at Anderson University, concentrating in the philosophical works of Martin Heidegger and Ludwig Wittgenstein. He also
studied the theological and religious works of Rudolf Bultmann and D. Z. Phillips.
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“If, with Bultmann and the demands of the modern world, we cease claiming ultimate truth for our conceptions of the divine, we must learn how to testify to our experiences, to give voice to our liberations and struggles, to our ways of being and ways of thinking. And this involves questioning who we are at our deepest levels: to stand under question.”
“The religious attitude has much more to do with your temperament toward reality than it does with magical powers making certain things happen that otherwise wouldn’t.”
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