Evolutioneers (aka Evolutionaries, Evolutionists, Universe Evolutionaries, Millennial Evolutionaries, Universe Citizens, Integral Evolutionaries or Planetary Evolutionaries,) are true citizens of the universe who understand the integrated and balanced powers, rights, and responsibilities of universe citizenship. They are individuals grounded in universe-scaled evolutionary science and who also are committed to realizing the progressive evolutionary potentials of the new Universe Evolutionary Worldview and the goals of living thenew Universe Charter. Evolutioneers of a spiritual nature also practice Evolution Spirituality and in essence, they have evolved the planet's spiritual evolution and evolutionary principles into a new form of universal personalized spirituality.
The next several welcome pages are designed for new visitors. This first welcome page will answer the main questions that people usually ask us about this revolutionary spiritual movement and meta-religion organization that we call Evolution Spirituality. The second welcome page is designed to help you to best personalize your next exploration step. The personalization process on the second welcome page is based upon what is most compatible with your current unique interests, attitudes as well as your personal background.
The first questions that most people usually ask are:
A rationally compelling environmental ethics is dependent on religion. Ironically, the only way to resolve conundrums regarding science, religion, and morality is to stand environmental ethics on sacred ground. Only when we perceive that the value of the living natural world is grounded in something greater than ourselves, in something other than our human ability to value it, will our rational capacities be satisfied fully that life on earth matters...Even though I consider a religious worldview essential for a compelling environmental ethics -however- most days I am agnostic. Yet I also have deep, effective experiences of the value of people, of our earthly home, of our miraculous kindred relations. These experiences are meaningless in the absence of the sacred, and yet they are as convincing as what I know scientifically. In the final analysis we must choose -either to believe in a fascinating but meaningless universe - or in one congruent with our own experiences of the value of people and place. Choosing is difficult. Yet, I am compelled by my own affective life, my aesthetic preferences, by a few moments in nature that are beyond words, to affirm that it all matters. I am not sure of much, but I am sure of this.Shop Adidas shoes, apparel, and accessories online