A cosmology is a mythical account of the universe as it presents itself
to the human mind; it needs to be poetic, symbolic, inspiring of a sense
of awe and mystery. Furthermore, a complete cosmology should include
the three levels of macro-, meso- and micro-cosm, in order to understand
the nature of the universe, human society, and the individual’s
relation to them.
I seem to crave - almost to demand - what might be termed a cosmic cosmology. The kind of thing that hree years ago I was blogging about:
This cosmic dimension - so rich in the Middle Ages - I find lacking from so much Christianity - especially on the Protestant side. But I find it too in Mormonism, with very appealing personal and narrative elements.
And also in the work of William Arkle:
And where I find it, I cherish it; on a day-to-day, hour-by-hour basis.