Genesis, Creation and Early Man - New Ed

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Long awaited new edition. Amidst the creation/evolution debate few have made use of what Fr. Seraphim Rose called "the missing evidence": the teaching of the ancient Orthodox Fathers on the events of creation, the first-created world, the natures of created things, and the original nature of man.

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New, Revised and Expanded Second Edition

Amidst the creation/evolution debate few have made use of what Fr. Seraphim Rose called "the missing evidence": the teaching of the ancient Orthodox Fathers on the events of creation, the first-created world, the natures of created things, and the original nature of man.

For the first time in the English language, this teaching has been gathered and set forth in a thorough, detailed, and above all honest manner. Perhaps more than anyone else in our times, Fr. Seraphim Rose searched, studied, prayed, and suffered to understand how the ancients noetically apprehended the creation in the light of the God-inspired bookof Genesis. Having acquired their mind, he has presented to the modern world the harmonious Patristic vision of the cosmos.

A vital answer to the contemprary "crisis of meaning," this book sheds startling new light on the mysteries of our origin. The Divine vision of the ancient Fathers opens up unforseen dimensions of the creation: deeper levels of reality that cannot be reached through rational or scientific means.

"Fr. Seraphim Rose was a profound scholar of the teachings of Orthodox Christianity, and also a keen analyst of the modern condition. His penetrating writings and lectures on the Patristic understanding of creation, brought together here for the first time, provide a viewpoint about as far from twentieth-century evolutionary naturalism as can be imagined. Depending on their presuppositions readers may be inspired or outraged, but I don't think anyone will be bored. - Phillip E. Johnson, author of Darwin on Trial

707 pages, colour cover, illustrations,

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Author Fr. Seraphim Rose
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