The opposite of one profound truth may very well be another profound truth.
Niels Bohr-Nobel Prize winning physicst
Sara Wenger Shenk, the president of Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary used that quote in her sermon in our church a few Sundays ago. She talked about how we must sometimes stretch ourselves to nearly the breaking point as we seek to create a spaciousness in our families, our churches and our world that will allow us maintain an attitude of respect and a peaceful relationship with those who may believe in profound truths that are very different from our own profound truths.
The Santa Maria Del Fiore Cathedral in Florence Italy photographed in January 2009
Tori Gate at Itsukushima Shinto Shrine in Japan photographed in March 2009
The Taj Mahal Mosque in Agra India photographed in January 2008
The Big Buddha in Hong Kong photographed in December 2005
Baha’i House of Worship Chicago photographed in November 2011
Grace Mennonite Church in Steinbach Manitoba photographed in November 2011
Maori Meeting House in New Zealand photographed in December 2008
Westminister Abbey in London photographed in August 2005
The Breath of Life
To The World Peace
Luau With the Mormons
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