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When it comes to evolution, we’ve all heard about fossils and fruit flies, Darwin and Dawkins. But the idea of evolution is far more profound—and far-reaching. Today, a movement of visionary scientists, philosophers, and spiritual thinkers is forging a new understanding of evolution that honors science, reframes culture, and radically updates spirituality. Carter Phipps calls them Evolutionaries. His groundbreaking book provides the first popular guide to these exciting minds who are illuminating the secrets of our past and expanding the vistas of our future.
Carter Phipp's writing is lucid, concise and inspired.
Phipps does do a very good job of outlining the theories of these major thinkers, and, through this, providing a broad overview of the evolutionary worldview.
It gives one a clear sense of how we are moving as humanity and just makes a lot of sense.
This was such a fun and inspiring book. After finishing it, I immediately started it over! That's the first time I've ever done that.Published 13 days ago by alice
Clear, easy to read, potent case that we are the agents of Life's future. It is our privilege and inherent creative role to participate in the evolution of humanity.Published 2 months ago by Susan Curry
I found it a bit heavy going as this was more philosophical than I expected. But it was very enlightening an inspired me to think differently about evolution.Published 2 months ago by Carl gat
This book blows your mind....opens your brain for total introspection and then challenges you to do further research. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Edna Chris Juck
I would recommend this to anyone who is interested in having hope for the future of our world. Carter Phipps knows his stuffPublished 3 months ago by Maria Baes
Carter Phipps has contributed genuine service to the future of a more integral world. This rather unassuming but thoughtful book rewards the reader with a great deal to think... Read morePublished 6 months ago by James Anest
I love this book. It offers optimism grounded in science, in critical thought and in clear thinking. Carter Phipp's writing is lucid, concise and inspired. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Catherine G. Russell
At a time of global discouragement and plummeting faith in the integrity of our institutions, Carter Phipps introduces us to “a new form of spiritual intuition . . . Read morePublished 10 months ago by Anne Grant
Love the book. I'm very happy with my purchase. My Unitarian Universalist Sunday School class is reading and discussing it.Published 11 months ago by Gwen Rose