Life of Teilhard de Chardin

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The Early Years (1881-1899)
Early Jesuit Formation (1899-1908)
Intellectual Foundations and Paleontology Beginnings (1908-1914)
World War I; Finding God in Suffering (1914-1918)
Writing and Research in France (1918-1923)
First China Trip and Mass on the World (1923-1924)
Crisis of Obedience (1924-1926)
Second Trip to China and The Divine Milieu (1926-1928)
Discovery of Peking Man and Travels (1928-1940)
Return to France (1946-1951) (to come)
Final Years (1951-1955) (to come)

9 Responses to Life of Teilhard de Chardin

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  2. ptero9 says:

    What a powerful quote, “the fragments of the world seek each other,” from Teilhard de Chardin. This really rings true for me. I have ran across his writings here and there, but never read any of his works. Perhaps you could recommend a book?

  3. ptero9 says:

    Thank you! That will keep me busy for awhile 🙂

  4. Brain food which also feeds the soul. Thank you for your work on this site. 🙂

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