VATICAN CITY (EWTN News/CNA) — Pope Benedict said on June 30 that although science has led to incredible advances in the modern age, it falls short in completely revealing the personhood of God.
Although empirical reason “has led to great achievements, and no one would seriously wish to deny that it is just and necessary as a way to understand nature and the laws of nature,” the Pope said, “there is a limit to such a use of reason.”
“God is not an object of human experimentation. He is subject and shows himself only in the relationship between one person and another.”
Pope Benedict made his remarks at a June 30 Vatican award ceremony for the three winners of the first ever Ratzinger...READ MORE