I will be using this Serialization Blog to post articles as episodes in a series. You will be able to find the full articles on the Articles page of this website. I’ll also be throwing in some stand-alone posts as well. These Principles of Creation posts are based on my original ideas and the hope I have to renew the whole approach today to Christian Creationism and science.
In 1267 Thomas Aquinas met William Moerbeke who was busy translating Aristotle directly from the Greek. Up to this point Latin scholars had only known Aristotle from translations of Arabic into Latin. The translations from Arabic presented Aristotle’s thoughts coloured by Islamic philosophy to Latin scholars. From this point on, Thomas Aquinas based all of … Continue reading #3 Life of Thomas Aquinas
Thomas Aquinas was born in 1225 in Aquino, Italy and died aged 49 in France in 1274. Thomas Aquinas’ father was Count Landulf of Aquino, near Naples. He and his brother Ronald seized the castle of Roccasecca and became the landlords of the area. Thomas’ mother was Theodora; she may have been sister to the … Continue reading #2 Life of Thomas Aquinas
introduction Reflections on the nature of the human person having an individual soul; the nature of God as Trinity; the creation of the world by the Creator acting by analogy as a craftsman; the sustaining of all creatures in being by Being; and the complete summary of human knowledge up to 1270 was the tour … Continue reading #1 Thomas Aquinas on God as Trinity and Creator
As a Creationist, I evolved so much over 20 years that I eventually wrote a new theory of evolution that I now call Entropic Evolution. If Entropic Evolution is one side of the coin, then Nanocreation is the other side of the same coin. In a nutshell the Theory of Nanocreation and Entropic Evolution is … Continue reading #6 As a Creationist I Evolved a Great Deal
It is manifestly clear that evolution does occur. Hundreds if not thousands of examples have been documented. But the operation of evolution, the way it works, actually indicates that complexity precedes loss of complexity; fully developed parts precede reduction of parts; and function precedes dysfunction. Biology has now reached the bedrock which is the genetic … Continue reading #5 Biology has now Reached the Bedrock
Do you remember the monk and his crinkly peas – Gregor Mendel? Why were his peas crinkly? Or would you say wrinkly? The wrinkly ones were the ones with recessive inheritance, the ones carrying two recessive genes. The peas were wrinkly because they lacked a structural element that would make them normal and smooth-looking. And … Continue reading #4 Recessives are Blanks
The actual evidence of actual plants and animals shows that Natural Selection, far from building up complexity, actually reduces it. Oh yes, Natural Selection most certainly brings about the adaptation of species to their environments; and modification in all sorts of directions. Some modifications even bring about new functions to existing organs when species migrate … Continue reading #3 The Actual Essence of Evolution
In Chile searching for a means to understand evolution and creation as both representing the truth, I remembered something that I had read in a Creationist book some 12 years earlier in 1980. I remembered the comment that the horse had ‘de-evolved’ not evolved. In effect, the primitive horse possessed four toes on the front … Continue reading #2 De-Evolution of Horses
On a bus between Coquimbo and La Serena in the north of Chile it came to me that the answer is genetics. And the question? Well, it’s a long story, but I had come to believe both in evolution and creation. Most people would say these are totally contradictory beliefs; you opt for one or … Continue reading #1 An Evolving Creationist
song of moses Listen, O heavens, and I will speak; hear, O earth, the words of my mouth.Let my teaching fall like rain and my words descend like dew, like showers on new grass, like abundant rain on tender plants. I will proclaim the name of the Lord.Oh, praise the greatness of our God!He is … Continue reading Dew from heaven
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