Peirce and the Future of Theology

The significance of Peirce for theology is his insistence on experience, on scientific method, as the basis of proving anything. He thus removes spirituality from its creedal theological past to a future where it is grounded in spiritual practice, in meditation, in a daily process of thought and dialog.  In time I believe all religions will become becomes increasingly oriented to Peircean perspectives.  It will probably take more than a century for the change to sink in but it will happen simply because it corresponds with thoughts that are becoming more and more conscious.



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