I continue my musings on the creation account of Genesis. This time offering some perspectives on creation itself, God’s creative act, and the absurdity of theistic evolution.
The Incarnate Word appears in Biblical history
It’s no secret that I am a big fan of the works of Wolfgang Smith, many of my recent posts have been directly inspired through the study of his works. As of right now, I am nearing the end of The Wisdom of Ancient Cosmology and I came across a point Prof. Smith makes regarding…
It’s been a while since I’ve written about the Sacred Heart, and that’s almost a travesty given that this is a blog dedicated to the Most Adorable Heart of Jesus!
A rant about rabid neo-Thomism.
This past night I had numerous ideas flood forth after finishing the second chapter of Wolfgang Smith’s Christian Gnosis. Toward the end of the chapter, Prof. Smith speaks of the parallels which the Catholic cosmology has with that of the Hindu beliefs, namely a triple-division of “worlds” or “realms.” This lead me to draw forth…
I often fall back to a basic understanding of video games or simulated worlds on a computer as an analogy for our own metaphysics.