Creation Walk: The Amazing Story of a Small Blue Planet


Sometimes regarded as exclusive and polar opposite perspectives, Science and Scripture collaborate seamlessly to tell the Creation story in a new book by popular author Brian Grogan SJ. Creation Walk: The Amazing Story of a Small Blue Planet merges the insights of these distinct domains resulting in an enriching and holistic factual narrative through the prism of Christian faith.

The book is presented in three sections: part one offers a brief background to the new story of creation which has emerged over the past century with the discovery of the expanding universe. Part two succinctly takes the reader through thirty stages of the development of the cosmos and of our Earth from the big bang to the present day. Part three applies the wisdom of these understandings and describes Nature as a recycling genius where everything is in process of becoming something else. Grogan calls this the 'dance of creation'.

This inspiring book reveals the divine orchestration of the Creation story in a dramatic, fresh and appealing way and is ideal for personal or group reflection. It may also be used as a guide to the Creation Walk experience at Knock, Co Mayo, in the West of Ireland.

Brian Grogan SJ is a former President of Milltown Institute of Theology and Philosophy, Dublin, and is Emeritus Associate Professor of Spirituality. A best-selling author, he has also written God, You're Breaking My Heart, Finding God in a Leaf and I am Infinitely Loved, all available from Messenger Publications.

Creation Walk: The Amazing Story of a Small Blue Planet by Brian Grogan SJ is published in Ireland and the UK by Messenger Publications. Priced at €9.95/£8.95 Buy HERE



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