A. W. Tozer quote about science from The Pursuit of God - Our thought habits are those of the scientist, not those of the worshipper. We are more likely to explain than to adore.
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Our thought habits are those of the scientist, not those of the worshipper. We are more likely to explain than to adore.
 A. W. Tozer, The Pursuit of God (1948). copy citation

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Author A. W. Tozer
Source The Pursuit of God
Topic science explanation worship
Date 1948
Language English
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Weblink http://www.gutenberg.org/files/25141/25141-h/25141-h.htm

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“He falls to his knees and whispers, "God." The man of earth kneels also, but not to worship. He kneels to examine, to search, to find the cause and the how of things. Just now we happen to be living in a secular age. Our thought habits are those of the scientist, not those of the worshipper. We are more likely to explain than to adore. "It thundered," we exclaim, and go our earthly way. But still the Voice sounds and searches. The order and life of the world depend upon that Voice, but men are mostly too busy or too stubborn to give attention.” source

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