o ensure that Christianity and ecology are compatible, one cannot depart from the conception of creation as a work and gift of God. The most frequent error in which an ideological approach expires is found in the tendency to absolutise nature starting from the good intention of wanting safeguard. Continue reading Christianity and Ecology can only be compatible when God is at their centre.
Thomas Aquinas frequently quotes Scripture; in addition to Genesis, he largely refers to the Gospel of Matthew, this is the gospel that to all intents and purposes is related to themes that touch upon the realm of the daily life of humanity, richly filled with parables, and which the preachers of the Middle Ages used most … Continue reading Towards a New Earth
Yes, we may know how these things happen, but we have absolutely no idea whatsoever why they actually occur. They are dependent upon what we call the ‘constants of nature’ —for scientists, the constants of nature have been surrounded by mystique, there is no particular Continue reading Creation