We Are One

The May 21, 2014 edition of The New York Times reported that a college was facing an uproar after it had added to its statement of belief that Adam and Eve “are historical persons created by God in a special formative act, and not from previously existing life-forms.” Some professors, those who didn’t have their heads in the sand, objected to being forced to sign such as silly statement as a requirement for teaching at the school. Such a disheartening story only serves to illustrate how far we have to go before we can reach any place of harmony in the world.

Despite the above story, to more and more people, the truth is clear: we are evolving.

Thanks to the advances of scientific knowledge, especially in the field of quantum physics, and the evolution of Christian thought, science and religion are now telling the same story: we are one—and always have been, we just didn’t know it. Religion and science no longer need to be combatants, because they can be complementary.

The same pulsating, mysterious energy field is the basis of all reality and forever connects us together. All of creation is a single whole. Religion calls this unitive energy source the Holy Spirit; science calls it the quantum vacuum.


3 Responses to “We Are One”

  1. 1 James Sedwick June 18, 2014 at 6:05 am

    Indeed we are one. It’s taking one’s head out of the sand, removing one’s shoes, and standing in the holy sand.

  2. 2 Joan Krebs June 18, 2014 at 10:10 am

    I had trouble commenting on your posting. It was only an added something that I found interesting, given its source: The Catholic Catechism mentions this: “There is a solidarity among all creatures.”

    Joan Krebs1625 Glenview Rd, #310Glenview, IL 60025

  3. 3 Jerry June 23, 2014 at 11:47 am

    To me science is a gift from God to be used to know his world.

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