3 thoughts on “Some Answered Questions | Part 1:1 | Abdu’l-Baha | [Elevated & Meaningful]

  1. Michael Turner says:

    Nature has order, but according to AB, is incapable (being unconscious) or devising its own ordering principles. A source of this organization, a template by which Nature has always been ordered, is identified with what many people call God. We can argue about the nature of that ordering principle, but we are not competent to define it, except in a partial or even superficial way.

  2. Sarv Mithaqiyan says:

    Michael thanks for this, I really found your comment well thought out and insightful! But I feel like people revert back to science because they aren’t content with the idea that something exists and could never be defined due to the limits placed on the human inability to define the nature of the ordering power. To them, science can give us answers but religion seems to continue to obscure reality. How do we reconcile such differences and step away from the notion of religion as an obstacle to knowledge about the world? Why do materialist philosophers and scientists not satisfied with what religion has to offer be it in the past, present or future?

  3. Max says:

    Great idea

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