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No one can become and remain a theologian unless he is compelled again and again to be astonished at himself.
The author says that theologian operates with windows open to the interest of the world, but also with a skylight that allows full awareness of prayer.
On observing 1963 America for the first time, the author says that organization and standardization to a certain degree compete with divine providence.
When theology recognizes one thing properly, it mis-recognizes something else all the more thoroughly.
Thou shalt make no image, no abstraction, including none of THE American, THE Swiss, THE German.
A quite specific astonishment stands at the beginning of every theological perception, inquiry, and thought.
Prayer without study would be empty. Study without prayer would be blind.
To wish to withstand the Holy Spirit would be the one unforgivable sin.
God transcends even the undertakings of evangelical theologians.
The church speaks finally in that it prays for the world.