Tag Archives: fundamental reality

The Sufficiency Thesis?

In my debates with scientists and atheists over the existence of God, I often challenge their materialistic ideologies with their irrational view that the Big Bang beginning emerged out of nothingness, plus reminding them that there is no acceptable theory … Continue reading

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Who is smarter, Einstein or an angel?

When we think of the smartest humans in history Albert Einstein quickly comes to the top of the list. But how would his intelligence stack up against that of an angel? This question may seem like comparing apples with oranges … Continue reading

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The New Physics and the New Jerusalem

My experience over the past several years with both physicists and theologians who are concerned with fundamentals is that I detect a real sense of anxiety. Both “sides” strongly believe that we are in need of a major paradigm shift. … 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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