Poinsettia pulcherimma

The association of the plant with Christmas arose in 16th-century Mexico. According to legend, a little girl, Lucinda, too poor to buy a gift to celebrate Jesus’s birthday, was inspired by an angel to gather weeds from the roadside, which she placed in front of the altar. Crimson blossoms sprouted … More on this here….

Sneak Peak at Daylight Issue No. 50

Daylight magazine issue no. 50 is ready for the printers, and promises to be an excellent read. This edition will be a reflective publication, giving our subscribers a brief history of the Special Creation movement within the Catholic fold. It will additionally name the main Catholic players over the last … More on this here….

Our latest Daylight milestone in the pipeline

Our Daylight ministry is micro evolving nicely, with some intelligently graphic designed imagery, and some nicely organised reading material. Our Origins Society have almost reached a new Daylight milestone with the latest magazine preps for issue no. 50. This is a labour of love, and we are proud in the … More on this here….

Daylight magazine issue no. 49

Good news folks, the latest Daylight magazine has been published and is now on route to Ireland before hitting the final destinations. UK subscribers are probably already savoring the latest Daylight magazine with its discussion on the flood of Noah & geology. This is in light of the recent Hollywood … More on this here….

Origins science Daylight magazine, winter 2013

It coming along nicely, the winter edition of Daylight magazine 2013. We’ve been blessed to have a team of article writers, all of whom have made good contributions. It was such a great joy to receive an email from the Daylight magazine editor. Anthony Nevard emailed us a sneak preview … More on this here….