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Adam & Eve: Allegorical Progenitors?

When it comes to discussions over the origins of man, opinions can and do vary wildly. Literalists will limit themselves to the narrow confines of their own insular perspective, not allowing any thought that falls outside of their thinking; while … Continue reading

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Darwin’s Contribution to Humanity – Reply to a letter!

A letter in the 10 to 16 August edition of The Southern Cross (a South African Catholic newspaper) from Pat Dacey of Johannesburg entitled ‘Darwin’s contribution to humanity’, expounds the virtues of Charles Darwin. It really would be interesting to … Continue reading

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Our Ways are not God’s Ways

Try as he may, man cannot deny that he is a creature, a creation. He cannot put into action the prideful independence that he so covetously desires exactly because he will always be the result of some other first cause. … Continue reading

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