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Darwin’s Origin of Species

Darwin’s Origin of Species

The final paragraph of The Origin of Species by means of Natural Selection by Charles Darwin, the 1872 sixth edition, considered the definitive edition: It is interesting to contemplate a tangled bank, clothed with many plants of many kinds, with birds singing on the bushes, with various insects flitting about, and with worms crawling through… Continue Reading

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Creation Season Sunday September 27

Creation Season Sunday September 27

This coming Sunday (September 27) many are celebrating Creation Season. This site is committed to the three year lectionary (RC) and its derivative, the Revised Common Lectionary (RCL). Creation and redemption form the warp and weft of the Bible. Abandoning the agreed lectionary in order to focus on creation is an admission that you do… Continue Reading

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Creation Season Sunday September 20

Creation Season Sunday September 20

Many are celebrating Creation Season. This site is committed to the three year lectionary (RC) and its derivative, the Revised Common Lectionary (RCL). Creation and redemption form the warp and weft of the Bible. Abandoning the agreed lectionary in order to focus on creation is an admission that you do not find enough about creation… Continue Reading

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Creation Season Sunday September 13

Creation Season Sunday September 13

Many people, this month, are celebrating Creation Season. This site is committed to the three year lectionary (RC) and its derivative, the Revised Common Lectionary (RCL). Rather than departing from that lectionary, in previous years resources have been provided on this site for a “creation reading” of our shared biblical texts. This means that this… Continue Reading

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Creation Season 2015

Creation Season 2015

In the month of September, and concluding on the feast of St Francis on October 4, many people focus on creation. This year the focus of Christians, and of people of goodwill, has been resourced by the encyclical of Pope Francis, Laudato Si’. For Christians, creation is not merely an academic discussion about evolution or… Continue Reading

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Finding The Forgotten God

Finding The Forgotten God

Finding the Forgotten God – Credible Faith for a Secular Age by Ron Hay Paperback 238 pages Publisher: DayStar Books [Update 15 August 2015: Finding the Forgotten God won a $10,000 Ashton Wylie Charitable Trust Mind Body Spirit Literary Award. Congratulations, Ron! Here is an interview of Ron by Philip Matthews. There is now a… Continue Reading

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Uncaused Cause

Uncaused Cause

The English astronomer, Sir Fred Hoyle, coined the term “Big Bang” to mock the theory proposed by Belgian priest, astronomer, and professor of physics, Fr Georges Lemaître, that the universe had a beginning. The scientist Hoyle died in 2001 never accepting that the universe had a beginning. Albert Einstein also could not accept the clear… Continue Reading

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