God: The Oldest Question - William J. O’Malley, S.J. By: Lauren Cook, Morgan May, Eileen Torpy, & Julie Van Dyn Hoven. Biography of William O’Malley. Born August 18, 1931 American Jesuit Priest O rdained June 19, 1963 Author: of 37 books Actor: Played Fr. Dyer in Exorcist
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By: Lauren Cook, Morgan May,
Eileen Torpy, & Julie Van Dyn Hoven
1. To the Seeker.
2. The Path To God Through Atheism—By examining the theories regarding a lack of God’s existence, people can grow in their understanding of belief and unbelief. The four major cases for Atheism are:
3. A Suspicion of Transcendence—“If there is Bach, there must be God” Two sides of the brain need to work together to lead to “MysteriumTremendum” “Vulnerability is an absolute prerequisite”44.
4. Nubaleand Neutrinos, Quasars and Quarks—Scientific pursuit is not foreign to the pursuit of God. “Seekers for God can learn from the practitioners of science, especially in their expectations—and their demands for evidence.”
People don’t question their faith until something calls it into question.
God the Father by Cima da Conegliano, c. 1515