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Darwin, Divinity, and the Dance of the Cosmos

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In March 2005, the United Nations released its Millennium Ecosystem Assessment. Among the findings: 2/3 of the world's ecosystems are seriously degraded; 90 percent of the world's fish stocks are depleted; and climate change is not just something that might happen, it is already upon us.

Many people, including many Christians, will hear this and delude themselves into think
Kindle Edition, 256 pages
Published October 25th 2012 by Wood Lake Publishing
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Amos Smith
Sep 17, 2015 Amos Smith rated it it was amazing
I agree that "Today, there is nothing more critical than a compassionate response to the plight of our planet. The church must me at the forefront of shifting human consciousness away from an ethic of domination for economic gain, and toward a spirituality of awe." I agree with Sanguin that this is an enchanted world! And the new physics, chaos theory, and astronomy weigh in on our vast and magical universe. However, I think this book is corrective not definitive. Because a truly integrated ...more rated it it was amazing
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