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Evolution, Complexity Theory, and Love

The creation of the world is a story of Nature’s incessant drive towards self-organization. Evolution continues this pattern of complexification through bio-organization and speciation. The most complex living structure in the universe is the human brain. No one doubts that … Continue reading

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Would an angel give you the time of day?

Absolutely not! While this behavior may seem to run counter to our idea of angelic behavior, such a refusal cannot be blamed on any lack of their being loving or charitable. There simply is no time in heaven. Angels (who … Continue reading

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Religion As God’s Evolutionary Strategy

Science is more concerned with the “how” of things rather than the “why.” If we are to have a constructive dialog between science and theology the answer to the “why” question will have to generate new knowledge about the world … Continue reading

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