Tag Archive: creation

God and Science: An Overview

“The universe had a beginning. Therefore, the universe has an end. Before the universe there was nothing. If there was nothing, the universe had to exist as an idea. An idea implies a mind…”

The Genesis Problem: A Catholic Literary Commentary

Read Bishop Robert Barron’s Catholic literary analysis of the Book of Genesis, and the different interpretations used to understand it.

The Ultimate Life-Giver

“Feel the vast magnitude of the Source
of All Silence from which creation flows…”

Evil and Omnipotence: Is the Problem of Evil Fatal to Traditional Theism?

J.D. Wilson explores the tough issue of the Problem of Evil, and whether or not it is fatal to traditional theism.

Tolkien and Lewis: The Last Sane Men Standing and Their Understanding of Fantasy

James Gill explores the Christian-based sub-creating methods used by J.R.R. Tolkien and C.S. Lewis.

The Wonder of Splendor

“The Wonder of Splendor excites the earth with colors that clamor, ‘We are, we are!’”

The Sea Within: A Meeting of Matter and Spirit

Read the musings of eminent philosopher, Dr. Peter Kreeft, on the meeting of matter and spirit in our love of the sea.

A God That Encircles: My Journey through Celtic Christianity

Read this personal reflection by Mercia van der Vyver about why she came to embrace the unique spiritual style of Celtic Christianity.

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