This presentation added much to my understanding of the topic. As a physicist with an interest in the science-religion interface, I have thought mostly of this issue in terms of the fall of the Fall connected to an acceptance of evolution as a fact. I have especially found the writings of John Haught, Denis Edwards, Ilia Deleo, Elizabeth Johnson to be helful. And most to the point of Dr. Cavanaugh's presentation I found "Chirtianity in Evolution" by Jack Mahoney to be quite enlightening. But the political history gave me another perspective. Is it possible that Catholic Studies could bring John Haught to campus for a presentation?