Dialogue between science and faith

December 28, 2011

The ability most dangerous to lose, is the ability to doubt ones own infallibility; the ability to doubt whether one is right.

Lars Hviid

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2 Responses to “Dialogue between science and faith”

  1. Richard said

    Double negatives sometimes worry me.

    How about the ability most dangerous to lose, is the ability to recognise ones own fallibility; … to consider in the bowels of Christ [Cromwell] … that you may be wrong.

    • Exuvia said

      Richard, I more than agree on the double negative.

      Thank you for remembering Oliver Cromwell; “I beseech you, in the bowels of Christ…” Passionate use of words!

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