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What constitutes agency on the most basic level of the universe?

Since the entire universe—from quantum phenomenon to the largest galaxies—is in profound motion, the question could be better framed if we ask what constitutes agency on the most basic level of motion. Furthermore, since reality is relational (nothing exists or … Continue reading

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Zero-Point Energy and Love

Current science (and quantum physics) describes zero-point energy as that which suggests a vacuum is not empty but that something always fluctuates or “jiggles” at any tiny point within a vacuum. If God created the world and God’s infinite activity … Continue reading

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The Spiritual Sun

One of the most paradigm-changing concepts put forth in the writings of Emanuel Swedenborg is that the Spiritual World has its own unique sun. He called it simply the Spiritual Sun, which represented the pure emanations of God’s love and … Continue reading

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Irreducible chance or irreducible life?

A theoretical quantum physicist sees fundamental reality as consisting of irreducible chance. However, a theologian, believing that an Infinite God is the primal reality and Being, must believe that the universe consists of irreducible life. Quantum physicists view the fundamental … Continue reading

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“Science without religion is lame”

Most people recognize this famous quote from Albert Einstein. Although Einstein was against organized religious dogma he believed that science was lame and disabled without embracing a moral element. In other words, science needs to go beyond simply increasing knowledge. … Continue reading

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Children are close to God

The reason why children are closer to God than most adults is that they are born into the world without knowledge or any pre-conceived notions and biases. So there is nothing in an infant’s mind to obstruct the Lord God … 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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