Wondering about wonder

I spoke at Greenbelt 2011 on the subject of wonder: Wonder is more than an emotion, more than a thought. It is experienced by scientists, artists, theologians. It drives people to create new things, to make new discoveries. What does the experience of wonder tell us about what it means to be human? What role does it play in our theology? Can it provide a bridge between theology and science?

The talk seemed to go well, but you can judge for yourself by downloading it from the Greenbelt site (I’m afraid that you do have to pay for it though). I hope that you find it interesting!

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