Current Issue
Volume 10, Issue 1 - 2020


Teilhard, Technology and the Emergent God
Reverend Charles Henderson speculates on what the religious and scientific perspectives would be of the Jesuit Priest and Scientist, Pierre Tielhard de Chardin, who was equally grounded in both the material and spiritual worlds and held that human progress was not so much at its origin, but at its destination at which all things cohere.
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Keywords: God, Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, geoethical, nanotechnology, Jesuit, paleontology, geology, Christian, doctrine, faith, religion, science, theology, church, Catholic, Rome, Vatican II, Darwin, Dawson, Stephen J. Gould, Smith Woodward, scientific, Piltdown Man, Marcellin Boule, little book of piety, China, The Divine Milieu, The Big Bang Theory, Omega Point.

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