Rev. Stanley L. Jaki, OSB

About Rev. Stanley L. Jaki, OSB

Reverend Stanley L. Jaki, OSB, was Distinguished Professor at Seton Hall University, South Orange, NJ. With doctorates in theology and physics, for the past thirty years he had specialized in the history and philosophy of science. The author of thirty books and over eighty articles, he served as Gifford Lecturer at the University of Edinburgh and as Fremantle Lecturer at Balliol College, Oxford. Fr. Jaki was an honorary member of the Pontifical Academy of Sciences and the recipient of the Templeton Prize for 1987.

Genesis 1: A Cosmogenesis?

“Nihil pulchrius Genesi, nihil utilius.” Nothing more beautiful than Genesis, nothing more useful.

Genesis 1 is the most newsworthy chapter in the Bible. There can never be more fundamental news than that all depends on God because he made all, indeed the all, or the universe. This news did not come from any of the sages of ancient … [Read more...]