Affection Drives Cognition

by Dec 12, 2014Culture, Theology1 comment

As we say at BJU Press, affection drives cognition. And it’s nice to hear scientistic materialists coming close to saying so. Frequently they arrive at truth despite themselves because, even if they suppress it, their microscopes are still by necessity trained on God’s revelation (in nature).

HT: Terry Egolf

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  1. Austin B

    “they arrive at truth despite themselves…”

    Reminds me of an oft-used quote from, of all people, Rush Limbaugh. I think it was in reference to libertarians who occasionally “veer into the truth.”

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