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Applying David Bohm’s physics to Bible interpretation

David Bohm, a disciple of Albert Einstein, put forth a theory that nature becomes more complex as you get closer to its fundamental origins. In simple terms, within the ratios of large units of coherent and whole phenomena you had … Continue reading

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Does the elusive Higgs boson add weight to our ideas?

Physicists have yet to discover the Higgs particle, which is necessary to complete and substantiate their current standard model of particle physics. If it is not found many scientists fear they will have to go back to the drawing board, … Continue reading

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Ideas can be far apart

Everyone knows that two people can be sitting next to each other, yet mentally be miles apart. One person can be a Democrat and the other a Republican. One can embrace religion while the other science, etc. This acknowledgment tells … Continue reading

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David Bohm, Swedenborg, Implicate Order and Bible Interpretation

The renowned 20th Century physicist David Bohm (a protégé of Einstein) is quite popular with the spiritually-minded segment of humanity. Bohm is credited with having introduced the concept that the visible universe and its explicate order contains deeper orders of … Continue reading

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“How to go to Heaven, not how the heavens go.”

The above quote was made by a Catholic Cardinal to soften the blow of new scientific evidence about the cosmos coming from observations being made with the telescope (Copernican theory). Science did one thing. Religion did another. So there was … Continue reading

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David Bohm, Implicate Order, and Biblical Interpretation

Physicist David Bohm (who is no longer with us) sided with Einstein in evaluating quantum physics as an incomplete theory. He could not embrace the idea that fundamental reality consisted of irreducible chance. Bohm formulated his own version of quantum … Continue reading

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Eating Books, Human Flesh, and Horsemeat

Quantum physics expresses the inner workings of deep nature. If Scripture contained a quantum vocabulary, as I have maintained, it would describe the inner workings of God’s revealed wisdom. In physicist David Bohm’s interpretation of quantum physics, there is a … Continue reading

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