LCWR keynote speaker's remarks on evolution, cocreation cause concern

Updated at noon on Aug. 9. Barbara Marx Hubbard told those attending the Leadership Conference of Women Religious Aug. 8 that the meaning of using power for good came to her after reading "The Phenomenon of Man," a book written by 20th century French philosopher and Jesuit Pierre Teilhard de Chardin. In that book, she learned how Teilhard discovered God in evolution and the entire evolutionary process as being inspired from within. Over time, Hubbard said, "I found myself shifting from my role as the procreator towards the role of cocreator."

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