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Finding God Everywhere and Nowhere

If what we need is here within creation, this does not mean that the presence of God will suddenly become obvious to us. As we have already seen, though God is in all things and underpins them as their animating source and destiny, at the same time we must admit that God is not to be reduced to or identified with anything in creation. God is everywhere and nowhere at the same time. God is transcendent.

The Dark Night of the Soil an essay in Wendell Berry and Religion, edited by Joel James Shuman and L. Roger Owens

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Posted by opreach on June 18, 2013
4 Comments Post a comment
  1. 06/18/2013

    Now I know in part!!

    Reply
  2. 06/18/2013

    🙂

    Reply

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