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Modern Romanticism

The aspect of romance, divided between the heartening and the thoughtful.

Dialogue #1 – Darwinism & Creationism – “The Serpentine Inquiry” – On “Almighty and Foreign”

May 23, 2019
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Q: For those you believe to be in question of the unknowns to life, who are such people?

A: They are such people, as both Christians and Scientists, who raise their heads in curiosity to see such unknowns. An unknown, being what is placed upon with a question. That question will receive an answer. What places a Christian at a disadvantage from a scientist, is a scientist’s love with the masculine. Masculinity is referred to as the straightforward, versus the feminine that seeks for intricacy or a spiderweb that is not so easy to embrace. One challenges their heart, not their mind, through an embrace of the feminine. What does modesty create for the human being? Lowness. Love does not raise, unless it is to be compassionate. In love, one raises others through that same emotion. One cannot raise themselves. Through love, one could raise the impoverished. One could raise the distraught and desperate, and from being hopeless comes the hope.

Q: It is the Christians and the Scientists who are seeking answers?

A: An answer, that is, to seek darkness; and such darkness is where a scientist refers himself. That which points to the masculine is rightfully so, the dark and handsome. Light is a metaphor for hope, while darkness is a metaphor for the deception. “Deception” is the place for the mysterious, and such limitless unknowns. A child will press its own face into its mother’s bosom after an embrace, and see such darkness. A Christian seeks answers perhaps during the waking day. A scientist will seek answers within darkness. Both realms, of light and dark, contain answers. And yet, what does reason or enlightenment do for the darkness? It adds light, and in this, Christians are the one to see an answer before the question. As Oppenheimer had said, “Genius sees the answer before the question.” Would a scientist, whose questions are numerous, seek answers in light? They would, though would find numerous answers, to the singular answer that a Christian will utilize. Genius is rare, and talent is rare, in the 21st century, and it should be evident for its reason, if the pun should be minded. If Christians are there to see light before darkness, then it should be true in today’s time to see darkness before light.

Q: And on the Christian’s side, where does the Christian seek answers? On the scientist’s side, where does he seek an answer?

A: A Christian already knows where to seek answers. A Christian, as has been said, knows to look at light. A scientist will look at darkness, and attempt to find a star. The astronomers of the past and today sought this method; and it should be assumed that were they to simply see darkness, and no stars to catch their attention, it may as well be a white sky, not a black one. Like a blank canvas, they’d be looking at white, to look for specks of darkness. See the painter and his sight in seeing color. It must fill white. Though, for the astronomer, it is the opposite.

Q: And for what reason do you think this to be the case?

A: To fill white with black, is to fill a canvas with a question, so that the viewer will question what is viewed. This is to say that emptiness or space is never questioned, while color or matter is continually questioned. A viewer to a painting will see the painting, and notice its color. That color, that filled void, will be questioned. And in the matter of the astronomer, there is the answer caught from the question, as stray and as small as they come. Though, unlike the prayer to pray, an astronomer or scientist seeks such answers in small fragments, whereas a Christian sees wholeness. A Christian sees fullness in light, that surrounds God and His glory, or Christ and the same.

Q: Is there anything for the Christian to question?

A: No.

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