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The laws of harmony

One of the things that continuously amuses me about the scientific community is how their various theories and models concerning reality ignore the principle of harmony. While scientists might confess that all the phenomena of the great universe allow for … Continue reading

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Swedenborg’s theology is chock full of science

I have written about Swedenborg’s unique approach of harmoniously blending scientific principles with theological principles in my latest book Proving God. This “marriage” of two seemingly opposing truth-systems makes Swedenborg’s contributions to human thought uniquely relevant for the post-modern world. … 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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Have you been hacked?

I suspect many of you have. I was hacked not long ago but it was quickly caught and dealt with. Hackers can be mischievous (looking for a challenge) or downright evil. This is the price we pay for the huge … Continue reading

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Love and the quantum measurement problem

In my upcoming book Proving God I touch on the topic of a most perplexing problem facing physicists concerning how quantum indeterminacy (potentialities) take on irreversible measurable results. In other words, what is the mechanism whereby a quantum wave function, … Continue reading

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Catching up to God

In a previous post titled “Spiritual Gravity” I talked about the well-known law of physics that states that once something is set into motion it seeks out its equilibrium—the condition whereby it finds stability. Since the universe exists as a … Continue reading

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Spiritual Gravity

It is a well-known law of physics that once something is set into motion it seeks out its equilibrium. This is what occurs to all dynamical things that come under the universal force of gravity. Physicists are still trying to … Continue reading

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God, Gravitational Order, and Love

Okay, put on your thinking caps. It is well known in physics that once something is put into motion it seeks its equilibrium. What is striking about the physical universe is that everything is expressing motion. Even a brick lying … Continue reading

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