Is God changing—or are we?

Much of the world was locked in ice. Thirty thousand years ago the Northern Hemisphere would have been a hard place to earn a living. Nomadic bands of people ranged over the countryside, gathering small berries and nuts, hunting huge woolly mammoths, and tracking the seemingly endless herds of reindeer. Meanwhile great glaciers were slowly grinding their advance and then retreating, changing the face of the land forever.

In this harsh climate, people often took refuge in the caves of Europe. There, they developed ceremonies and rituals, music and art. Recorded on the walls of those caves is remarkable evidence of a very early search for the sacred. The people were surely trying to come to terms with the forces that shaped their world and their lives.

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