Increasingly, for young people, no longer is God confined to a particular location—a church, a liturgy, even the sacraments or scripture; they no longer believe the pastorate or the priesthood is a higher more spiritual calling. Instead, God is found in the experiences of this world—a postmodern spirituality in which the sacred is intricately woven into creaturely life.
Is there a magic formula for experiencing the presence of God in the demands of scholarly research, critical rigor and competitiveness?
If we truly believe in God's providence through his continual action of creation, we have no choice but to be continually in awe. We should be so in awe that we can hardly stand it. The study of this ongoing activity of God is an opportunity to experience God.
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To a mathematician, mathematics is about solving problems. Mathematics is not just a collection of “facts” about the numerical and spatial aspects of the world, it is a process by which we use and develop them. The interesting part is in the reasoning, the justification, and the way different concepts are brought together to answer a question.