Audio Archive, July 10 – The Universe Story

The story of the universe is more than science and natural history; it’s also a sacred story. As Loyal Rue, philosopher at  Loyola College, has said, “In the course of epic events, matter was distilled out of radiant energy, segregated into galaxies, collapsed into stars, fused into atoms, swirled into planets, spliced into molecules, captured into cells, mutated into species, compromised into thought, and cajoled into cultures. All of this (and much more) is what matter has done as systems upon systems of organization have emerged over thirteen billion years of creative natural history.” We reflect at the intersection of science and religion. Our speaker is Rev. Jonalu Johnstone. Our convener is Tom Phillips.

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