New Language of God Podcast! -- Humility | How to Hold Knowledge

Both science and the Christian faith share a commitment to humility. Each also provides us with a perspective of the world which we believe to be true. How then do we hold onto these things we believe to be true and be open to the fact that we can’t know everything? In this episode we explore that tension, looking into the deeper meaning of humility in the realms of both science and faith.

Featuring guests Sarah Bodbyl Roels, Steve Roels, Padraig Ó Tuama and Charlotte vanOyen-Witvliet.


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I enjoyed the discussion. It is obviously a topic that is essential to civil discourse as well as personally for anyone more interested in knowing the truth than in seeing their best guess crowned the winner.

A wonderful podcast on a virtue that isn’t Aristotelian, but is definitely Yeshuan!

A definition of humbleness that I’ve found helpful is the ability to feel grateful for your neighbour’s gifts, talents, and contributions. It’s hard to feel petty, jealous, competitive, withholding, and narcissistic when you have room in your heart for the awesome gifts of the people around you – which is what the podcast contributors have said. Thank you!

“Let your conversation be always full of grace, seasoned with salt, so that you may know how to answer everyone.” -Colossians 4:6

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