A few years ago, while taking inventory at the Natural History Museum of Toulouse, an artifact found in the cave of Marsoulas which has been sitting on the shelf for over 80 years got a second look by anthropologists. The cave, found in 1897 in the Pyrenean foothills of France, was the first decorated cave … Continue reading Old Shell, New Discovery
Symbols can be very powerful. They define movements and can evoke strong emotional responses, but some symbols are more effective than others. People who design symbols think very carefully about what they might use. When Jesus met with his disciples for the last supper, he chose to give them two symbols which would help define … Continue reading Biochemistry & Communion: the Bread
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