Everyone has a life story. Cultures too have stories about how the world and its creatures came into being. We call those ‘mere myths’ but had nothing to put in their place until science gave us the contemporary story of our Universe. This book retells that awesome story, the span of which covers billions of years of evolution, and considers its implications for the future development of human consciousness.
The Universe Story in Science and Myth is the third title in the GreenSpirit Book Series, which is a low-cost series sold at production price only.
Paperback: 95 pages
eBook edition: 18,290 words
ISBN: 978-0-9935983-8-8 (paperback) / 0993598382 (Amazon Kindle) / 9780955215773 (Smashwords eBook)
Contents / Introduction / GreenSpirit blog page for eBook edition
Review by Marian Van Eyk McCain
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ABOUT THE AUTHORS:
Greg Morter lives with his family and works as a gardener in Somerset. His fascination with the story of the Universe was kindled when he watched Brian Swimme’s “Canticle to the Cosmos” in the early 1990s. Since 2009 he has been teaching the Universe Story in the form of a scaled walk in which each metre represents a million years in time. Further details can be found at www.universewalk.co.uk.
Niamh Brennan (MA International Development; MA Culture and Spirituality) is a writer and facilitator in Cosmology and Spirituality. Having studied under Brian Swimme and Jim Conlon, she is committed to the telling of the Universe Story and the implications it contains for our spirituality. Her latest book is The Human in the Universe (Wyndham Hall Press, 2014). She is currently completing a Phd at Trinity College Dublin on “A hermeneutical reading of The Universe Story”. Contact details [email protected].