For millennia religious thinkers and philosophers have wrestled with the idea of God – is God One, Two, Three, or Many? Of the Trinity, Eugene Halliday said, not to confuse the persons, not to divide the substance. See, for example, pages 9-10 in the Halliday Review, Summer 1998.
Today’s “In Our Time” with Melvyn Bragg, is a fascinating discussion of the history of the concept of the Trinity in Christianity, including its relation with the concept of God in Islam and Judaism.
This is worth a watch –
Metamorphosis seems like the ultimate evolutionary magic trick – the amazing transformation of one creature into a totally different being: one life, two bodies.
From Ovid to Kafka to X-Men, tales of metamorphosis richly permeate human culture. The myth of transformation is so common that it seems almost pre-programmed into our imagination. But is the scientific fact of metamorphosis just as strange as fiction or… even stranger?
Filmmaker David Malone explores the science behind metamorphosis. How does it happen and why? And might it even, in some way, happen to us?
Not as illogical as you might think – Lewis Carrol was a logician ...
Read on …
Can you help Donna Kean with her research? She posted this message on the Eugene Halliday Society LinkedIn Group. She writes:
SCIENTISTS- are you religious, an atheist or somewhere in between?
I am researching cognition in religion and need as many scientists with a PhD (or equivalent) to complete this questionnaire so we can understand just how religious scientists are able to juggle these issues. Your participation will be much appreciated!
Follow this link…
“Spiritual ecology” – see what Eugene Halliday has to say, and add your response, on the Forum.
I have come across a reference to an Exhibition catalogue, dating probably from the 1950s, featuring Eugene Halliday. If anyone has a copy, I would be most interested to hear from you.
Paintings by José Christopherson, Eugene Halliday, N.G. Hopwood, Kathe Schuftan, J. GordonSmith
[catalogue of an exhibition] 29th September to 1st November.