“A godless, Christless cosmos — impossible even to imagine, even for the sake of argument — is a fragmented pile. Worse than a pile, it j^&%n*&i^5 — fully and completely senseless. Even such random keystrokes exhibit far more order than is conceivable without Him; they move in a straight line, left to right. Order and sense are inescapable because we live in the world God made. Education instructs a student how to think about the world, how to think about the universe. But he cannot be taught how to think about the universe if he doesn’t know he lives in one” (The Paideia of God, p. 122).
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