Monthly Archives: May 2010

Jacob and Esau provide a profound lesson for today’s psychologists (and theologians!)

The authority and inerrancy of the Holy Bible has come under a new kind of challenge in the post-modern world. This challenge comes not just from atheists but also from a new crop of Christian theologians who no longer identify … Continue reading

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Let us all become spiritual mothers!

With Mother’s Day coming perhaps we can take some time to ponder how God might like us to celebrate this wonderful occasion – that is, spiritually. While this day is set aside to honor our terrestrial mothers, the Lord God … Continue reading

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LOVE

We all experience love. We all acknowledge the importance of love in our lives. According to scientist/theologian Emanuel Swedenborg, the essence of love is to unite. When we love our children, our spouse, our neighbor, our country, our planet, we … Continue reading

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Microbial Dilemma

Once upon a time, when the earth was still geologically young, there existed various pools of chemical soup dotting the landscape. As “chance” would have it some of these chemical pools produced new mixtures that became living organisms. These living … Continue reading

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Word Doodles

From time to time I like to have fun with words and make them communicate potent messages. Below is an example of one of my word doodles: evol                   love evol                love … Continue reading

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You have a Soul, a Physical Body, but everything in between is up to you!

Religion is simply about how to live a heaven-bound life. And, if one humbly and sincerely loves God and the neighbor, reaching God’s heavenly kingdom of mutual love does not require one to be a neuroscientist. So why did Emanuel … Continue reading

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