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Anthropology: What is Love? The Similarities Between Symposium and Genesis

Humans are social beings by nature. We can’t live without sharing our stories, without long conversations with our loved ones. I think this characteristic played a major role in the evolution of our species and the rise of civilizations.  Sharing … Continue reading Anthropology: What is Love? The Similarities Between Symposium and Genesis

The male and female structure.

The Sexual Revolution Reinevented the Social Limitations of Science

  Western theory has been predominantly accepted as the basis of knowledge in the modern world. Beginning with Aristotle and growing from the enlightenment period, scientific knowledge has characterized humans and their relation to their environment. Philosophers, sociologists, and scientists … Continue reading The Sexual Revolution Reinevented the Social Limitations of Science

Adam, Eve, and the serpent in the garden in Eden.

Reimagining Natural History through Genesis and Geology

The Beginning Following the impact of geology and paleontology in the early 19th century, evolutionary theories challenged the story of human origins recounted in sacred texts. By rendering humankind a product of nature, rather than divine creation, evolutionists broke down … Continue reading Reimagining Natural History through Genesis and Geology