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Art, Evolution and Aquinas

Someone left stenciled handprints on Maltravieso Cave wall. Quite a few ‘someones,’ apparently. Marking a wall can leave adolescent graffiti or murals like Orozco’s “Omnisciencia.” I think it’s a very “human” thing to do. So do scientists. That’s why most … Continue reading

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Satan Didn’t Make Me Do It

Depending on who you listen to, Satan prowls Earth’s surface, lives in the White House, lurks in Hell, or doesn’t exist. About Satan and devils in general, I think C. S. Lewis made a good point: “…There are two equal … Continue reading

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Art, Truth, and Reflecting

(“Not All Times” – posters, art prints, greeting cards, and postcards available on DeviantArt.com.) “l’art pour l’art,” “Art for art’s sake,” popped up in the early 19th century. The idea is that “the only ‘true’ art, is divorced from any … Continue reading

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