Unanswered questions

In theology we must always be suspicious when questions are left open and problems evaded, for in practice it means that they are linked with certain necessary answers which because they are casual and unregulated may well be completely false. It is in those situations where we can proceed only by surreptitiously leaving questions unanswered that we can easily find ourselves in deep waters in ever theological thinking and utterance. (KBCD III/3 p. 140).


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