Debates shouldn't divide us
- Evolution and the Bible: Genesis 1 revisited. Anspaugh, L.R. // Commentary;Nov88, Vol. 86 Issue 5, p29
Opinion. Through a close reading of the first chapter of the Bible, concludes that it is meaningless to claim an opposition between evolution and creation. Darwin; Biblical cosmology and morality; Human nature; `creation science'.
- The Wise Silence. Lanza, Robert // Humanist;Nov/Dec92, Vol. 52 Issue 6, p24
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- What if all the miracles of creation were wrapped in that first moment? Hansen, John-Erik Stig // National Catholic Reporter;12/22/95, Vol. 32 Issue 9, p14
Opines on the basic miracle of the creation of the universe. Miracles as possibility only for those who believe in God; Emergence of humanity; Possibility of establishing new miracles; Healing phenomena characteristic of the life of Jesus Christ; Incarnation of God in Jesus Christ.
- The Newest Evolution of Creationism. Forrest, Barbara // Natural History;Apr2002, Vol. 111 Issue 3, p80
Focuses on the intelligent-design movement Center for the Renewal of Science and Culture whose members and strategy are referred as the Wedge. Public relations program of the movement; Aim of the Wedge to renew American culture; Movement's way of advertising its science education site.
- Supreme Court on `flat souls.' Wall, J.M. // Christian Century;7/1/87 - 7/8/87, Vol. 104 Issue 20, p579
Discusses the faulty theological reasoning used by the Louisiana Supreme Court to strike down a law pertaining to the teaching of creationism in public schools. Examination of the Louisiana law in question.
- Editorial. // UNESCO Courier;May90, Vol. 43 Issue 5, p8
Editorial. Discusses the diversity of mankind's creation myths and traditions. Fundamental questions about the world and humanity's place in it; Modern scientific theories about the behavior of the universe, including cosmologist Stephen Hawking's theories.
- The quest for an inner universe. Chelikani, R.; De Laval, R. // UNESCO Courier;May90, Vol. 43 Issue 5, p10
Discusses the creation myths contained in the Vedas, archaic sanskrit hymns brought to India by the Indo-European Aryans. The Creator; Primordial waters; Primordial egg; Prajapati the Progenitor; Churning of the Sea of Milk; Brahma and the lotus;Various gods.
- The Word of God. Mahammed, N. // UNESCO Courier;May90, Vol. 43 Issue 5, p14
Discusses the creation of the world as it is described in the Koran, the Muslim Word of God presented to the Prophet Muhammad. Water as the source of life; God's creation of the heavens and the stars; Role of speculation in Islam; Avicenna's the story of emanation; Esotericism and philosophy.
- Guarani genesis. Saguier, R.B. // UNESCO Courier;May90, Vol. 43 Issue 5, p18
Discusses the cosmogony of South America's Guarani Indians, which does not postulate the pre-existence of a Creator. Self-creation of Namandu, the supreme deity; Creation of world; The Fall; Symbolism of Guarani and Catholic cultures.
- Out of the land of shadows. Bass, A.H. // UNESCO Courier;May90, Vol. 43 Issue 5, p22
Discusses the cosmogony of the Fulani people of West Africa. Concept of evil; Pantheon of gods; Kaidara the Initiator; Gold as a royal metal.