Across the Universe: Tending Towards Paganism

  • Article (blog post)
  • 600 words
  • Level: all audiences

A post by Vatican Observatory astronomer Br. Guy Consolmagno, S. J., on The Catholic Astronomer website.  Br. Guy writes that insisting on a universe that needs a direct intervention of God to accomplish some things but not others reduces God to not much more than a functional equivalent of Jupiter, “god of thunder”, or Ceres, “goddess of grain”.

Click here to read the full blog post of this article, first published in the British magazine The Tablet, as posted at The Catholic Astronomer.

 

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