14 November Kitsap Audubon: Climate Change, Birds, Trina Bayard, and Sen. Christine Rolfes

- When: 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. (as part of the monthly meeting of the Kitsap Audubon Society) - Where: Poulsbo library, lower level, 700 NE Lincoln Rd., Poulsbo, WA- What: “Kitsap Audubon will have an exceptionally important program on Thursday, November 14th  (7:00 p.m. at the Poulsbo Library). Dr. Trina Bayard, technical director of … Continue reading 14 November Kitsap Audubon: Climate Change, Birds, Trina Bayard, and Sen. Christine Rolfes

Eriugena on God’s essence of life.

J. Philip Newell writes of the teachings of ninth-century Celtic philosopher John Scotus Eriugena. As Newell relates, Eriugena believed that Christ manifests to us not only in scripture but also in creation (34). “Eriugena tells us that God is in all things, the essence of life; God has not created everything out of nothing, but … Continue reading Eriugena on God’s essence of life.

Close to God in his nature: Creation.

John Muir's joy and inspiration in nature are evident in his experience at a glacier in Alaska: “Standing here, with facts so fresh and telling and held up so vividly before us, every seeing observer, not to say geologist, must readily apprehend the earth-sculpturing, landscape-making action of flowing ice. And here, too, one learns that … Continue reading Close to God in his nature: Creation.