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The human mind, spirit and thermodynamic time

Most scientists will tell you that the human mind is the outcome and byproduct of physical microscopic events in the brain—an epiphenomenon. Since our individual thoughts and feelings have duration, one would logically assume that they must partake of thermodynamic … Continue reading

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Some Clues to a New Church Science

Scientist/theologian Emanuel Swedenborg claimed that one could learn the secrets of spiritual salvation (regeneration) from studying the stages of the growth of a tree. He also claimed that one could understand the organization of the Spiritual World and God’s Heaven … Continue reading

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Is it important to show that Holy Scripture is both a theological and scientific document?

Yes and no. For much of the faithful who embrace traditional religious doctrine, no other proof of the sacredness and inerrancy of God’s Word is required than the literal meaning of its narratives (and strong faith.) So they are happy … Continue reading

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A Spectral Analysis of Holy Scripture

Warning: This blog post represents an advanced distillation of Swedenborg’s theology by which one can find rational evidence that God’s providential activity in the universe and a final scientific theory of causal process are actually identical. Scientist/theologian Emanuel Swedenborg disclosed … Continue reading

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Swedenborg’s “Circle of Life” is the Theory of Everything!

Modern science is seeking a Grand Unified Theory or “Theory of Everything” (TOE). They believe that they can obtain such a mastery of science by unifying the four fundamental forces—gravity, electromagnetism, nuclear strong force and nuclear weak force. As things … Continue reading

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Love and quantum noncommutativity

In physicist Paul Dirac’s famous equation for quantum noncommutativity one can distill a couple of important spiritual principles! His equation is expressed thusly: ab – ba = ih In normal commutative equations you get “zero.” ab – ba = 0 … Continue reading

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Bible Synchronicities

I believe that it was Carl Jung who coined the phrase “synchronicity” or “meaningful coincidences.” This concept embraces the idea that the human mind can find meaningful parallels with events in the physical world. An example of this happened to … Continue reading

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The human mind seeks interior things

We humans not only collect information in our memory throughout our lives but we use this information to form conclusions concerning deeper things that elude our eyesight. For instance, a crime investigator not only seeks physical evidence to determine guilt … Continue reading

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God, curvature and the properties of space

It was the nineteenth century mathematician Georg Friedrich Riemann who came up with the insight that the properties of space were outcomes of its curvature. This new vision of geometry in physics allowed Einstein to develop his own theories of … Continue reading

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Holy Scripture and Gravitational Order

It is well known among scientists that once something is put into motion it seeks its equilibrium. It is also accepted by many scientists that the universe is unified. The significance of this unity (when one meditates upon it) is … Continue reading

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