Being Curious and Valuing Knowledge

This disposition arises out of a fundamental human interest, in which knowledge is valued for its own sake. Affectively, it involves a love for others and other things, just as they are, and in all their complexity. This should be linked to a determined will to discover this strange complexity. Religiously, to love and come to understand creation is to love and understand the Creator. These are ends in themselves.
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Being Curious and Valuing Knowledge

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The Trinity

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Allah

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Brahman

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Waheguru

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Why is why important?

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What does Islam teach about Musa (Moses) and knowledge?

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How does the story of Prince Siddhartha help Buddhists decide what is important?