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Putting dispositional essentialism into an organic format

Dispositional essentialism offers a dynamical view of causal process in which real substances have been ascribed the dispositional properties or propensities to lawfully (though order and orientation) generate new substances in a predictive series of events. Here, substance and disposition … 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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Love and the Quantum Physicist

There once was a physicist named Phil who loved to contemplate on the significance of the discoveries made in quantum physics concerning fundamental reality. Phil had always concerned himself with fundamental issues but he felt he now needed to form … Continue reading

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Love Is Ultimate Substance

The world is in need of a more enlightened view of what love is. The strategy I will use for unifying science and religion in my next book, “Proving God,” is to make a new ontological pronouncement about love. Love … Continue reading

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