I arise early, on the wings of dawn my footsteps caress the earth with each step I takeRead More »
St. David's Episcopal Church, 7315 N. Wall St., invites you to celebrate the “Season of Creation” beginning Sept. 8.
Each Sunday through Oct. 6 at the 11 a.m. Celtic ServiceRead More »
In the beginning, humans recognized they lived in times of darkness and light. They observed the movement of the sun across the sky. They discerned patterns among the stars in the same sky at night. They asked questions: why am I here on this land and not in the sky; where did I come from, where did the sun, moon, and stars come from, why is there a separation of day and night, why do other creatures on this land look different from me, etc.Read More »
Most theologians today consider the first chapter of Genesis to be a response to the Babylonian creation epic called the Enuma Elish. Both accounts are concerned with the conquest of order over chaos. The Enuma Elish begins with “When on high,” and Genesis begins similarly, although with a unique Hebrew spin, with “In the beginning.”Read More »
As a young electrical engineer just out of school, I had a horrifying experience that will color my theology forever. I went to work for one of the largest electrical companies in the world.Read More »