Primitive Christianity Revived, Again
E.D.: We presume that the Court of Quaker Opinion is humble enough to trust the unfolding of evolutionary destiny.
Freedom: Humility demands that you consider the possible unfolding of evolutionary destruction, as well.
E.D.: In either case, we need to respect the cosmic control of evolution.
Freedom: Which is your way, as the ancient Greeks before you, of deifying evolution, or cosmos.
E.D.: God works through natural processes, which over time reach completion.
Freedom: And evil works through human nature, which over time reaches depletion.
E.D.: Both are part of evolutionary determinism.
Freedom: Unless you can see the wisdom of each cosmic force neutralizing the determined effect of the other.
E.D.: Allowing a middle ground for something undetermined - between the power for good and the power for evil?
Freedom: Or, between progressive development to perfected completion and going to hell in a hand basket!
E.D.: I guess this is where human freedom and responsibility/morality come in?
Freedom: Somehow we knew that "U" had the "E.D." as your handle for a reason.