Monthly Archives: July 2009

The Origin Of Information

When an astrophysicist looks out into the universe he or she will observe a world that has order and orientation. Not only does the universe supply us with information but with laws that are recognizable to the human mind as … Continue reading

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Would you go to heaven if God removed all your sins with a snap of the finger?

Nope. You would cease to think or emote! Scientist/theologian, Emanuel Swedenborg, who claimed that the Lord God opened his spiritual sight so that he could observe phenomena in the spiritual world and publish his findings for humanity, witnessed the following … Continue reading

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Is Holy Scripture an organic document?

Sacred Scripture states that God’s words are “life and spirit.” While religious faith demands that we believe this statement as absolute truth, is it possible to put this concept into a plausible scientific theory? How does one even begin such … Continue reading

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Couch potato Christianity

In the Judeo-Christian tradition, taken from the narratives of the Holy Bible, Jehovah God gives His people the Ten Commandments, literally written on stone. These sacred precepts and tenets are God’s wise strategy for saving humankind from sin and evil. … Continue reading

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Have both religion and science gone off the deep end?

Sitting in my easy chair, I click my TV remote to a science channel. I find myself looking at a documentary on string and membrane theory. String theory is a noble attempt to unify Einstein’s general relativity theory (gravity) with … Continue reading

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How can God create a Son who is the same age?

This is one of the big theological problems traditional Christianity faces when trying to reconcile how God (the Father) could beget a “Son” while holding on to the idea that they both lived from eternity as ONE. To beget something … Continue reading

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Has the academic world become blind to the existence of unicorns?

Greek mythology and God’s Holy Scripture both support the existence of unicorns. You might easily dismiss the Greek version as a mere pagan myth but when the Judeo-Christian God talks about unicorns, that is another matter! For instance, Scripture states: … Continue reading

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Evolution, Complexity Theory, and Love

The creation of the world is a story of Nature’s incessant drive towards self-organization. Evolution continues this pattern of complexification through bio-organization and speciation. The most complex living structure in the universe is the human brain. No one doubts that … Continue reading

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“Religion without science is blind.”

In my previous post I discussed the first half of Einstein’s famous quote “Science without religion is lame.” As promised, I will now address the second part of his quote “Religion without science is blind.” What this means is that … Continue reading

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“Science without religion is lame”

Most people recognize this famous quote from Albert Einstein. Although Einstein was against organized religious dogma he believed that science was lame and disabled without embracing a moral element. In other words, science needs to go beyond simply increasing knowledge. … Continue reading

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