Letters: Apr. 22, 1966

God & Man

Sir: What appears to us the death of God [April 8] is nothing less than God himself persevering in what he began long ago: nimbly eluding our impulse to idolatry, that our misdirected energies may better be joined in the perfection and celebration of his continuing creation, bringing order out of chaos, community out of crowd, authentic humanity out of animal existence.


Assistant Chaplain

Middlebury College

Middlebury, Vt.

Sir: The existence of God is not in question. But it is a good thing to call to review human concepts...

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