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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.
Great read. Not only will this change your perspective, it will also own your eyes to many things.Published 7 days ago by J.G.
The worst book I've ever read-- " much ado about nothing. Gobbledegook. Gibberish. Nonsense. What is he saying? A complete waste of time. Had to read it for a book club. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Richard Knowles
No one but Carter Phipps could write this excellent book. Phipps shows a profound understanding of the interplay between evolutionary thought and spirituality, and he wries... Read morePublished 2 months ago by F. W. Quillen
A fantastic review of the history of a way of thought still unheard of by too many. I'll return to it time and again.Published 2 months ago by Carol Kilby
Phipps shows a good understanding of the most significant concept of these times, evolution, and he places it firmly into almost every realm of human endeavor. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Regis Bulman
This book is a wonderfully put together compilation of Phipps' having diligently followed his personal interests in evolution, human development, spirituality and the human... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Alice Gardner