A Theory Of Everything

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Having observed that Quakerism, like other religions, has not come to terms with science and claimed that in the future it must embrace science, it seems appropriate to consider science and what it is all about.

It is sometimes argued that science and religion are opposites and that art and science are incompatible. I see them as complementary not competitive. Actually all three share a common attribute: they are theories of everything1 and they are each a product of our human search for truth and understanding of the world in which we live.

Since entering the world of furniture restoration from both science and Quakerism, I have come to see these theories of everything as complimentary, not competing.

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