A man walking down the road at night came upon a man looking frantically in the same spot ground over and over again within the circle of light cast on the ground by a street lamp.
man 1: Have you lost something?
Man 2: Yes, I've lost my keys.
Man 1: Are you sure you've lost them here?
Man 2: Not at all, but I know I shan't find them elsewhere!!
How might this allegory teach us something in these fields: theology, science.
Where are we settling for easy answers?
How can we be more honest about our limitations?
How might we venture outside of the lamp's glow?
What 'flashlights' might we bring?