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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 20, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Bishop to consecrate Josephs Chapel New Texas February The debtfree Josephs Anglican Chape will be con secrated 22 at 10 by the Right Edwin bishop of the Southwest Diocese of the American Episcopal San Bishop Caudill will also celebrate preach the confirm new members and receive transfers of adults to the parish serving Guadalupe and Hays Since opening the doors of our chapel April our worship attendance has a church school a twomanual Conn organ and a Cherub Choir Enthusiasm and outreach are at an alltime said the William rec The Cherub Choir will sing All Things Bright and Beautiful to honor the annual visit of the A social hour will follow the The rector invites the public to an open house which will follow the Eucharistconsecration ser The service will be from to The American Episcopal Church Is in direct communion with the Church of England and is recognized by the Archbishop of s eruary Scientists advising openness Musical family puts priorities into life BIG SPRING AP Wesley and Dorothy Pearce think their family has its priorities We believe in God family se cond and career Pearce The Pearces and their five children 20 twins Michael and Marina 19 Tina 17 and 14 have a variety of talents and in but music is their Each family member plays an in strument and Their style varies from gospel to contemporary to Pearce sings countrywestern plays the syn thesized accordian and Pearce sings country and gospel and plays the piano and rhythm Stephen plays the bass guitar and sings contemporary style music Michael is the drummer Marina sings soprano Tina sings alto and plays the saxaphone Jonathon plays the harmonica and is learning to play the synthesizer and Each year the kids get better and Pearce says Their Big Spring photography studio supports their love of Chris tian Pearce but they would prefer to go into music full If we could just get that one song and the right backer If we could cross over into the we he Instead of working five days a we work Pearce Their work days are spent at the photography studio on Tuesdays through They shoot wed dings on Saturday and Sundays theyre always singing That leaves Mondays to return and to do what they havent had time to do during the rest of the Or they rest if we have the Pearce Although they are members of Christ Fellowship Pearce said they will cross any church bar rier to Were in terdenominational In addition to performing in local the family has toured in Canada and plans to return for a tour there this The Pearces book ahead and play onenightstands in towns on their tour and it can be quite pro Pearce Sometimes we can make more in one night than we can in a week at the But other nights are pretty The family travels in a CMC tour ing bus similar to a Silver but not as The kids are just as comfortable in the bus as they are at They were raised on the Pearce Throughout the the Pearces have accumulated four albums and a and theyre planning to release a second cassette this Pearce Wesley and Dorothy Pearce have always enjoyed I used to play at dances in the Pearce We had a seven piece band when I was in the Air Briefa SARAH DUKE on the Education Page in the That was the Royal Cana dian Air he explaining that hes a native of I became dissatisfied with the club scene and wanted to do music with a positive I asked the Lord to take charge of my He and a native met in January 1965 in They were married the following April They say they just knew their rela tionship was meant to When you put the Lord then you Pearce The family lived in Canada until when they moved to the United Of their Jonathon is the only said The rest were born in Canada and have dual Pearce has maintained his Cana dian citizenship so the family can work in both countries without pro he The couple began their music careers as a each child was ad ded to the band in Were family Pearce If everyone would take care of their family then our country would be a lot NEW YORK AP An organiza tion of scientists who are Chris tians are advising the nations public schoolteachers to shun ideological absolutes about human origins and discuss it with accuracy and open In a time of conflict between ex ponents of creationscience and general the American Scientific Affiliation deplores dogmatists at either extreme who insist that theirs is the only tenable The manual generally defends basic evolutionary but cites weaknesses and saying these factors tend to be ignored in the heat of the debate and much popular This leaves the erroneous impres sion that all creationists are united against all the manual but adds that instead the differences arise where the scientific data are The organization is distributing its 48page manual to about biology teachers across the advising them to guard against un substantiated conclusions and deal more frankly with unresolved ques tions and Such considerations are generally ignored in biology textbooks and museum the guidebook says in regard to a particular absence of transitional fossils bet ween adding It is time for a more balanced ac count of the evidence for macro evolution at the level of general After coping with un solved problems Is what science is all The Teaching Science in a Climate of details ex tensive evidence for the evolutionary saying most scientists defend it as a key biological but that calling it fact is At present no consensus exists as to how evolution the booklet and the theory is built only by extrapolation from small scale evidence and by reasoning thatit must have On the other the booklet says most scientists agree that creation science which claims the Earth is only a few thousand years old lacks a sound theoretical some creation scientists dont claim a young The with offices in includes theistic those who see evolu tion as how God and some creation scientists who maintain complex life forms appeared in abrupt A broad middle ground exists in which creation and evolution are not seen as the booklet With that middle ground in a teacher need not take sides at Biochemist Walter Hearn of who edited the booklet with wide says a lot of teachers have said Its been very Before theyve only had these polemical attacks or defenses of Weve tried not to take but just weigh the Hearn said in a telephone In evidence is what In the present he add its hard to say anything that somebody wont disagree Peo ple on both sides claim too The booklet cites numerous uncer tainties and continuing changes In evolutionary and sometimes past frauds seeking to provide miss ing such as the Piltdown The classic missing the last ancestor common to both apes and is still the booklet citing abandonment of earlier claims that apelike Ramapithecus of 9 million to 14 million years ago led to somehow the creature found its way into many textbooks as a definite human despite serious doubts raised about it even from the the booklet It says the National Academy of in a 1984 booklet sent to ignores the current situa tion in anthropology in contending the links that troubled Darwin are no longer This is dogmatic rather than ten tative and in science tentative con clusions should be stated in tentative the booklet The booklet also says that resear chers now warn against past assump tions that the first cell life resulted from random chemical processes and that it now must be considered highly adding At this stage in our scientific It would be irresponsible to give students the impression that life arose by Scientists do not know how life teachers were told it is and in many cir cumstances for a teacher to take sides in class on the religious issue of Creator versus In the midst of current controversy over the with all its ex plosive religious and legal teachers were advised Science must be taught without omitting important overstating its claims or distorting the The prepared by the af filiations Committee for Integrity in Science headed by biologist David Price of and approved by a panel of says Advocates of extreme positions tend to paint a eitheror picture Yet between those ex tremes lies that broad middle ground where real science can coexist with real faith in wife share call to ministry PLANO AP Pnr Rnino anH inxi n PLANO AP For Bruce and Susan the before their names means more than shar ing clerical They share business and home ad With their installation last fall as associate pastors at Grace Presbyterian the Taylors say they bring more than a marriage to the 765member Susan whose duties include ministering to and Bruce whose duties include adult are the first such couple hired at the sevenyearold Ministry can be so much more in clusive of and the Taylors will symbolize said the Cleve pastor at Grace since The challenge will be within themselves to be professional toward each other as well as realizing that they share an extra dimension of their lives in their This is the first professional ministerial assignment for Bruce He said he hoped to use his background as an attorney to help keep church members out of the courtroom by teaching people to seek remedies to their disputes first through such avenues as conciliation and People can come to respect each other through these alternatives because they see each other as peo ple of value rather than as having their relationship damaged by he Susan said she brings to her third professional ministerial post a commitment to the ex emplified by the couples infant Christine Taylor said that one of her goals as a youth minister is to municate to children and teenagers that she is available to talk about anything troubling Saint Josephs Anglican Chapel 446 4 blocks north Courthouse New Braunfels Invites all seeking the Lord to the of our Debtfree Edifice by the Right Reverend Edwin Bishop of The Southwest American Episcopal Church on February Choral Church Confirmation Open House for the Economy Furniture 1YEAR ZERO Continued from Page 6A vice until May but churches were recruiting volunteers and laying plans or aiding aliens Research indicates cost of seminary study NEW YORK AP Research by Episcopal Church agencies finds that it costs an average each year for a seminary student under 41 to go through the three years of seminary required for the But for those over often with the cost Is an average the report The proportion of those in the older bracket has increased in recent MATCHMATE FREE Buy a Pair of Berkline WallAway Recliners or a pair of Rocker Covered beautiful f or buy one of A Jj terrific Sale Price For One YOU GET TWO FOR BUY THIS WALLAWAY RECLINER AND GET ITS MATCHMATE YOU GET TWO FOR RrJRKLJNF Giant comfortable Berkline RockaLounger in luxurious velvet 2 for the price of This is a spectacular value or if you only need one and cant bring a friend buy one for only YOU GET TWO FOR BERKLINE WALL AWAY RECLINER covered in several beautiful Buy 2 for the price of one or bring a Sale Price For One Economy Furniture Come Save in Seguin Court 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