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Our present urgency is to recover a sense of the PRIMACY of the UNIVERSE . . . and the EARTH . . . from which life has emerged and on which life depends. -- Thomas Berry

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  • Where did we come from?
    It’s a simple question, but not so simple an answer to explain—especially to young children. Charles Darwin’s theory of common descent no longer needs to be a scientific mystery to i […]

  • September 14, 2016, 4:30 Connelly Center Cinema; Villanova University
    David Chuss, Department of Physics
    “How did the Universe begin?” is one of humanity’s oldest questions. Though the approach to this quest […]

  • Greetings fellow DTJN members,

    I’m helping this year in our Synagogue here in Princeton, NJ (Reconstructionist Synagogue of Princeton/String of Pearls) by being on the committee for our Hebrew School. We have about 7 children to date who are a mix of ages from 6 – 12 (Grades 1 – 6+). Our school runs an abbreviated schedule consisting of 25…[Read more]

    • Dear Brian,,,

      That is exactly what I’m searching for also Brian. For a while now I’ve been searching for materials to teach Big History to children (ages 6:12) in a charity organization here in Egypt. Though it’s a bit harder for me, because I haven’t taught children before (my specialization is political science research). I’ve currently…[Read more]