The Big Bang is a theme we have expounded before and will often return to again.
how does the big bang fit into the theme if monetinemondialu? In other words can we use history as a teacher in the quest for economic justice?let us see,
For those who have never read the Silmarillion, it is a beautiful rendering of the first section of Genesis.
Tolkien was a cathlic whose cultural context is discussed elsewhere in the musical college's "in it to spin it" series.
for our purposeshere suffice it to say that the raging battle over evolution is less doctrinal than contextual as Tolkien the thinker clearly grasped. hows that!!
Indeed the old strife of first cirunthians 1:22 will always appear to demand further apology for john 6.
like yolkien Payl was educated and knew all the arguments and duspicions on both sides. Greeks were jealous if gods revelation to and predilection for the jews and jees were jealous if the wealth and culture if Greece. but instead if learning from each ither they trenched in division.if we do not study unity ancient and fascinating than satan the opposer and spirit if division division will take advantage if this to siw ignirance and fear.
like berman tolkien was operating in an intellectual universe intensely hostile to frank and openly professed Christianity.
worse yet he dared to flout the publish or perish rules by writing about fairies!!!!
Additionally, --and this is important to the concept of ENGELBLAU and indeed the whole notion of Angels as discussed by say steven Foster the photographer in his Klee's angels blog post, or the Biblical Curmudgeon, --it discusses the various angels and their personalities, borrowing from ancient myths and elaborating on what Genesis only makes passing reference to as the ANAWIM, the children of angels and humans.
The Judeo-Christian Bible is focused on Jesus, the Man God, the child of the Spirit and the Virgin, but the topic of angels who "fell in love with human women" and the possible MAN ANGELS that resulted, is rarely investigated seriously. The only book that discusses it in depth is the book of Tobit in which the demon Asmodeus falls in love with a woman and murders all her suitors.
In the Valangaverse as originally conceived, Anthropology, Astronomy, and Angelology as well as Archimedean Mathematics are all fused in what Owen Barfield would perhaps call an "Ancient harmony" if he had written on that instead of on the four loves.
If we want to think about it in legalistic terms, the jealous angels "violate the copyright" of God, who in his utter generosity gratuitously gives all.
Since these angels cannot conceive of such goodness, they try to wreck it.
This is the foundation of all greed, including greedy grabby economics.