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FAITH AND SCIENCE, by            
First Line: Faith has no quarrel with science: she foreknows
Last Line: Through perfect law seeks perfect beauty's goal.
Subject(s): Faith; Religion & Science; Belief; Creed


Faith has no quarrel with science: she foreknows
The truths which science grudgingly bestows.
Believing David sang that God is one
Ere science found one law in earth and sun.
Faith knows no hindering bonds, she leaps to seize
The truth which science doubts; the harmonies
That men of science learned from age-long thought
Were first revealed to hearts untrained, untaught,
But reverent. Let faith from science learn
Enduring patience; nor let science spurn
The gift of faith, a never-failing love;
Thus, each supporting each, the two shall prove
The final truth of life, that God the Soul
Through perfect law seeks perfect Beauty's goal.





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