28 September 2016 at 8:57 pm #2550
Taylor says that “People in the secular age have no imagination for the Gospel”. In these Imaginaries, mankind is about “where and how do I imagine myself” instead of “who am I?”.
I can see the argument. My question is though, How does Taylor explain man’s desire, longing, quest for Truth? If in the Secular Age man has no imagination of God, Where does it leave the indeleble/eternal imprint of God in man’s soul?
I believe Truth is beyond time, culture, idea, space… Truth prevails regardless of my “Imaginary”, or inability to seek it out. If man doesn’t search Truth, Truth finds him.