One of the most important discoveries coming from Pierre Teilhard de Chardin’s years of studying evolution is that it’s normally the weakest link that survives; the strongest usually becomes extinct. The reason is simple: the weakest is forced to adapt, and adaptation is the key to evolution.... more
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Deutero-Isaiah delivered one of the most hopeful messages in all of Scripture: Yahweh was finally ready to return the exiled Jews to the Promised Land. After more than 50 years in Babylon, this unnamed 6th century BCE prophet encouraged his fellow Israelites to start packing their bags and get... more
Today’s gospel passage deals with a question which early Christian communities frequently discussed: why do some people have faith and others don’t?
Those who believed in the presence of the risen Jesus in their lives looked at reality in a different way from those who simply thought of... more