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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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Remembering Wisdom

I’m a Christian. So why, one might ask, am I not denouncing something most folks enjoy: like demon rum or Bingo? Or playing the Grinch for Halloween? (October 30, 2017; October 31, 2016; July 10, 2016) Or enjoying a friendly … Continue reading

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Chasing Butterflies and Truth

Which came first? The butterfly or the flower? And how did flowers happen at all? The question hasn’t been answered yet, not quite. But scientists are closer to finding answers. Meanwhile, wondering whether chickens or eggs came first gives philosophers … Continue reading

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