Letter about Teilhard de Chardin

In a letter highlighting his concerns about Pere Teilhard de Chardin, the philosopher Etienne Gilson wrote to Cardinal De Lubac: “What worries me is that while our Christian theologians developed their theologies from meditations on the Scriptures, Teilhard, grounded in his evolutionist consciousness, built his theology on a meditation on … More on this here….

A Short History of Evolution Theory

Despite having its heritage in ancient Greece, the theory of evolution was first brought to the consideration of the scientific world in the nineteenth century. The most carefully considered view of evolution was expressed by the French biologist Jean-Baptiste Lamarck, in his Zoological Philosophy (1809). Lamarck thought that all living … More on this here….