Tag Archives: existence

Theological Ecology

Those who study the earth’s biosphere see life on this planet as a profound web of interconnecting organisms and forces. Existence is relationship. This knowledge will be perfected in the 21st century and demonstrate that the universe is mathematically fine-tuned … Continue reading

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God is love but is love God?

Traditional Christian theology embraces the concept that God “is love.” However, traditional doctrine holds that the converse is not true, that love is God. The reason for this is that love is seen as an outcome or predicate of mental … Continue reading

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Is Love more important than Physics?

Nobel Laureate physicist Richard Feynman was once asked by a friend’s mother why physics was important. He told her that physics was not important, only love was. I find great irony in Feynman’s statement. I would have told the friend’s … Continue reading

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Creation and the Metrics of Love

If you follow the Big Bang theory of creation back to its starting place by imagining a continuous shrinking of the radius of the universe into a zero-dimensional point, you will eventually arrive at a condition in which there is … Continue reading

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