My blog

Hi everyone, this is my first attempt at blogging, please be patient with me. I have always been passionately interested in science and always been a committed Christian who believes in the creative power of God, and I honestly believe that the two are not mutually exclusive. I would like to use this blog to explore this relationship.

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Jesus: his Resurrection

My sister sent this to me, and I want to share it here.  It's a very large and intricate painting showing theResurrection of Jesus, what Easter is all about.  If this isn't what Easter is, then it's just a day for chocolate bunnies and completely meaningless.  I prefer the real meaning, what about you?

Wednesday, March 23, 2011

The Nature of Things, 50 years. David Suzuki, 75 years

March 24, 2011 marks two very important anniversaries:  Dr. David Suzuki's 75 birthday and the 50th anniversary of the wonderful program on CBC TV which he hosts, the Nature of Things.  Both very amazing!

Thursday, March 17, 2011

Tatiana and Krista, forever joined.
More about these remarkable twin girls, joined at the top of their heads.  They will always be joined, and life will always be a struggle for them and their family.  But love prevails!  God bless them all.

Wednesday, March 16, 2011

butterfly's lesson 
a very beautiful lesson from a butterfly about the need to struggle, about how sometimes we should just let nature find it's way without our good-intentioned but ill-advised assistance.

Sunday, March 13, 2011

Mad Padre: Is Sin a Myth? A Sermon for the First Sunday of L...

Mad Padre: Is Sin a Myth? A Sermon for the First Sunday of L...: "Is Sin A Myth? Is sin a myth? That may seem like an odd title for a sermon, and granted it is a bit provocative. I chose it because one ..."

My brother the Mad Padre wrote this.  I find it interesting because it talks about the Creation story, Adam and Eve, evolution and so on. 

Thursday, March 10, 2011

Monday, March 7, 2011

God as creator, and us as creators

This is a wonderful essay about God as creator, and about us as creators.  About all the frustration and pain of trying always to get it right.  And how creation is on-going.