Monthly Archives: September 2014

Joyfully Vulnerable to God’s Goodness–Graham Cooke

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from The Future of Man–Pierre Teilhard De Chardin

All things taken into account, where does the balance lie between these diverse influences, ‘for and against’? Faced by biological dilemma confronting our zoological group (unite or perish) which are we to accept, which way rather than another, as the … Continue reading

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Adventures of an Apologist– McGrath debates Hitchens, Dawkins et al

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Seven Days that divided the World–John Lennox

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My Train Wreck Conversion–Rosaria Champagne Butterfield| Christianity Today

Originally posted on St. John One: One:
My Train Wreck Conversion | Christianity Today.

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The Spirit of Truth (John 16:12-15)–William Barclay

John 16:12-15 “I have many things to say to you, but you cannot bear them now. When the Spirit of Truth has come, he will lead you into all the truth. For he will not speak on his own authority and … Continue reading

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Favorite Miracle–Bill Johnson

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The cosmos as a developing organism–Rupert Sheldrake

Originally posted on St. John One: One:
The philosopher David Hume (1711– 76) is perhaps best known today for his skepticism about religion. Yet he was equally skeptical about the mechanistic philosophy of nature. There was nothing in the universe…

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The Future of Man–Pierre Teilhard de Chardin

It is perfectly possible that in the general spectrum of Life the line ending in Man was originally no more than one psychic radiation among countless others. But it happened, for some reason of hazard, position or structure, that this … Continue reading

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The New Atlantis » Do Elephants Have Souls? by Caitrin Nicol

Originally posted on St. John One: One:
The New Atlantis » Do Elephants Have Souls?. This seminal piece in The New Atlantis:A Journal of Technology & Society is an exhortation to rethink determinism and the notion of our consciousness as it relates to life…

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