What Is Creation
What is creation is an exploration of the various perspectives of creation including. It the goes on to explain ideas related to the creation of the universe such as The Big Bang Theory providing an objective exploration of how the universe was created and continues to expand.
The Nature of Evolution
The Nature of Evolution explores the laws of evolution and the nature of change, growth and development. It concludes with a discussion around Darwinism and the importance of living in optimal conditions to evolve and reach the full exploration of our genetic and creative potentials.
The evolution of the physical world explores the nature of the physical world and how the heavens and earth were created and continue to evolve.
The Evolution of The Physical Universe
The Biological Story of Life
The Evolution of the biological world explores the beginning of life and the cooperative nature of our evolution from single-celled bacteria (prokaryotes) to mutlicellular Communities (eukaryotes). It explains how the the biological world developed into vegetation and animals though increasingly more efficient forms of reproduction and other biological processes to create more sophisticated plant species. Finally, it explores the way that animals evolved from invertebrates to vertebrates and to reptiles of mammals. Important to this discussion is the evolution of consciousness and how it relates to these developments.
The Rise of Man
The evolution of 'man' is an exploration into the beginning and development of human beings. It begins with the defining features of human beings and how these developed from our ancestors. The rise of man exploration human evolution from food-gathering vegetarians to hunters, farmers and nomads of our agricultural days right through to the neolithic evolution, the rise of civilisation, states and now the modern global society. The rise of man incorporates a persective of how to build a global society from an understanding of the evolution that have occurred in communication, technology, education, politics, the economy and more...